Review: Bumble&Bumble Texture Hair (Un)dressing Creme.



Bumble&Bumble Texture Hair (Un)dressing Creme – £21.50

I’ve had a lot of requests for a post on how I do my hair each day. In all honesty, I don’t do a lot. It’s sort of naturally like this with a bit of help. My hair is in too-good condition. It’s a nightmare, really. It’s so soft and hard to manage, I can barely backcomb it. Awful if you love volume, like I do. 

I’ve had B+B Texture Hair (Un)dressing Creme on my wishlist for so long, I’d actually forgotten about it until I was in Glasgow recently and found it in John Lewis. I love my hair when it’s matte and has a bit of texture, because it’s usually so soft and flat.
This product has been a life-saver, I’m so glad I purchased it as it makes my hair have so much more texture and volume. It gives it that unwashed, messy edge to it that I never get (I wash my hair every day).
The idea of this product is to apply it to wet hair. I put a small amount in my hands, rub them together and then pull my fingers through my hair – mainly around the roots. I leave it for a minute and then part my hair and style it (sort of) before blow drying. I usually tip my head upside down to give more volume, and then once it’s dry it’s pretty much finished!
Most of the time I’ll run my GHDs through it, waving and curling sections loosely before backcombing a little bit.

This is really the only styling product I use in my hair now, it’s great if, like me, your hair is a bit limp and flat. This gives you something to work with, without leaving any residue in your hair or making it look greasy. I find my hair sits really nicely after using this and I don’t really need to do much with it.

It’s definitely my go-to hair product, although it’s a bit more expensive than other styling products, B+B is a great brand and I can’t imagine using anything else – I use this every day.

Are there any similar products you would recommend?