I’ve got a review for you today of a product that I really thought I wouldn’t love.
Pretty bold statement to make in the second line of a blog post isn’t it?
After attending a Bumble and bumble event a few months ago we were kindly given some mini products to try. The Straight Blow Dry Cream was one of them and I remember thinking ‘oh great another hair cream’
I really need to apologise for that!
It wasn’t that I thought it would be useless and B&b have rubbish products at all – it was just because I’ve tried COUNTLESS of these hair creams to no avail. They never work and end up coating my hair and making it greasier, which it needs no help doing at all!
This lightweight and heat activated balm helps to smooth and straighten hair making it sleek and more manageable. It contains a very rare gemstone blend to loosen the hairs natural curves as soon as you add heat, it also improves hair condition over time to make it softer and easier to deal with.
They say this is for anyone with curly, thick, coarse, frizzy and any other kind of unruly hair – however I have to say that mine is none of those things and that I’m just lazy with styling my hair properly.
So how do you use it? Just apply to damp hair and dry it section by section, finishing with straighteners if necessary.
Does it actually work? Here’s what my hair normally looks like, this is drying it with a hair dryer and a brush:
It’s a bit straggly but mostly straight apart from the ends, nothing straighteners wouldn’t solve right?
The next time I washed my hair I did exactly the same thing apart from using the blow dry cream:
Can you believe the difference???
I am honestly amazed at how straight my hair is just by using this product
This could mean that I could potentially completely ditch the straighteners, how amazing would that be?!
My hair would definitely love it if I stopped using anything like straighteners and for £23 for 150ml of the blow dry cream I think this is an absolute bargain to save my hair!
What do you think? This might be the miracle hair product that I’ve been looking for!
Have you tried the Straight Blow Dry Cream? What did you think of it?