Top Rated Bumble and Bumble Hair Products
Based on 4,216 Influenster Reviews
Founder and entrepreneur Michael Gordon was a young hairdresser and apprentice at the famed Leonard of Mayfair Salon in London during the Swinging Sixties. Inspired by the era and a desire to work with a younger, less formal clientele, Gordon opened his own salon in NYC in 1977–Bumble and Bumble, where he could embrace a diverse range of clients and a more fun, forward-thinking and hyper-creative style.
In 1991, they launched their very first product, Brilliantine–a texture tool that brings razor-cut looks to life. You can now find them sold online, in-store at Sephora, Nordstrom, or Blue Mercury, as well as authorized salons within their Bb.Network. Here's a roundup of the top-rated Bumble and Bumble products on Influenster.
The oil is very thin and runny. It has no scent.
I apply this when I get out of the shower while my hair is just a little damp (because wet hair doesn't absorb anything) and then I apply it when it's dry. I don't wash my hair everyday, so my ends get really dry and this helps a ton! It helps add shine and really smooths everything down. One bottle lasts me about 4-6 months and I have long hair a few inches past my breast. ...read more
STYLING TIP: For a effortless and slightly undone look, sprinkle to powder onto braided hair. Massage the product in gently and then pull the braid apart to achieve your desired volume and style. You can either leave you hair down like this or pin up the brain into a bun or a crown. ...read more