Will this protect my hair if I use this before a curling iron?
I know it works best with heat, but I wasn't sure if it would actually protect my hair or not. I have thin pin straight black hair, not really oily or dry, and I usually put in prep and invisible oil when my hair is damp. I only ever use this if I'm going to be using a blow dryer, but I want to start using a curling iron so was wondering if this would protect against heat damage.
asked 3 years, 3 months ago
on Thickening Hairspray
No, it won't protect against the damage. Your treatment oil should do that. Just apply sparingly to the area you want to increase the volume and comb through.
answered 2 months, 1 week ago
It actually contains so e of the best heat-protecting ingredients. However, it is not moisturizing, so if your ends are dry you may want to protect them with a leave-in conditioner, cream or oil to prevent them from getting crunchy. The instructions for this product on the Sephora website include a lot of layering options. I have also applied it on top of my alterna kendi oil or living proof restore cream, and it worked
I use a little argan oil for ends to protect. I dont think this can be used as a protectant.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
I don't think it would protect your hair. That's not what it does. I usually use a heat protector and then spray this over top.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
I don't believe it protects hair but, it Is very light weight. I have fine hair and I use a few sprays before styling to thicken my hair and hold curl. give it a try. I am a colored blonde so, I always worry about damage and this has caused no damage. better than a hard spray or gel for thickening
I own this product (and have for many years now) and most of bumble and bumble products have a heat protective element to it. This actually says on the bottle "protecting from heat." This along with prep lays a good foundation for other products once your hair is dry and you plan to use heat tools. I personally believe that BB Does it All is the best heat protectant spray for heat tools once your hair is dry (but at the salon I go to they also use it WHEN blow drying as well). It also gives it a flexible hold that will last all day.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago