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Bumble and bumble Grooming Creme

What it is: A combination of natural oils makes this a magnificent styling moisturizer.What it does: This is the dream cream for those who love to look polished, elegant, and smooth but hate to work at it. It gives natural separation, subtle hold, and a soft, smooth low-glow satin finish.What else you need to know: The not-so-perfect, lived-in texture is loved by men, minimalists, and one-minute stylers.
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How does everyone use this product?
How do you use it? i.e. how much, on damp or dry hair, air dry or blow dry, and what kind of hair do you have (fine, medium, course etc.). I have found that it works better for me when I use it close to when my hair is almost dry (some parts, usually my ends, are wet and others are dry) and it softly defines my curls, but then my hair drinks up the product and I get a bit of frizz. =/ Thanks in advance for responses!
asked 4 years, 3 months ago
on Grooming Creme
12 answers
answer 1
I use this on almost-dry hair, about a quarter sized blob if not more. I smooth through from mid-shaft to ends, and twist into 4 little buns while it dries the rest of the way. When I take my hair down, I have beautiful waves with great texture and separation. I also use this to re-shape curls the next day, or I'll smooth on almost-dry hair and leave it straight to dry. My hair dries pretty straight on it's own, but it will be a bit frizzy and poofy, and the ends of my layers flip out. This helps to maintain a sleeker, yet not too polished, look.
answered 3 months, 1 week ago
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 2
I use a very small amount on dry hair- I always air dry my hair overnight- I do not even own a blow dryer!
For work, usually after I put my hair up into a chignon or ponytail I smooth a bit across the areas I get flyways.
When I'm going out I like to wear my hair down. I usually flat iron my hair for this and then put a little of the cream through my hair to make it smooth and shiny.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 3
i mix this with B&B Defrizz & apply it on "almost or totally" dry hair & it works for my short, coarse hair. hope this helps!
answered 3 years ago
(Chicago, IL)
answer 4
I have long hair and I use about a nickel-sized dollop on towel-dried hair and let it air dry, but blow drying works great too!
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
(Philadelphia, PA)
answer 5
I have thick, wavy, nearly shoulder-length hair. After I shower, I towel-dry my hair, add a tiny amount of the grooming creme, comb it through, then let it dry. No blow-dryer needed. I tend to play with my hair a lot throughout the day, running my hands through it and whatnot, and the creme keeps it nice and shiny and frizz-free, but still touchable.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
(Prescott, Arizona)
answer 6
I have fine hair that has some perm in it still. I use a small amount on slightly damp hair - usually after using a curl definer. I don't usually blow dry, so the grooming creme adds hold while my hair dries completely. I followed the suggestion of "experimenting" - meaning that I mess my hair up a bit as I'm working it in. Gives great texture without any crunchiness! I hope this helps you! Good grooming!
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
(Iowa City, IA)
answer 7
I have very fine hair and I use it on my hair after it's fully dried. Just a little bit that I rub on my hands and then lightly run over my hair. I do sometimes also use it to seperate a little when I go out- again just a little on dry hair.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
(Seattle, WA)
answer 8
I use this on wet hair before blow drying it.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
(Concord, NH)
answer 9
I use it when my hair is almost dry also. I then sort of mold my hair the way I want it. I am going to try it when it is wet also, but love the way it works when my hair is almost dry.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
(Winder, GA)
answer 10
I have curly thick hair, and i use it on my hair when it;s wet. I usually follow with the Texture creme from BB which i adore as well. Never tried it on its own though. Hope this helps!
answered 4 years ago
(Bedford, MA)
answer 11
I use it on damp hair that was washed the night before. I smooth a small dab through my hair, comb it in with a wide-toothed comb, then blow dry. I don't have to turn my head upside down first so it's full, just blow dry and it's a perfect bob.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
(Cherry Hill, NJ)
answer 12
I use the leave-in conditioner first, the the grooming cream and usually partially dry with a difuser. I found it's best on damp, not really wet hair, but not too dry either. I usually put on my makeup while my hair is wrapped in a towel. When I'm ready to style, if my end are a little too dry, I spritz with a little water,. Once my hair is styled, I use another dollop of cream to tame any unruly tresses, and help hold the curl/wave. This was how I was shown to use the products during a Bumble and bumble event at Sephora.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
(Fort Collins CO)
Is this supposed to be only for men?
I am confused as to who can use these Bumble products...can women use this grooming creme?
asked 3 years ago
on Grooming Creme
7 answers
answer 1
This is for anyone to use.
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
(Murrieta, CA)
answer 2
Not sure if it's supposed to be for men, but I am female and like the product. I
answered 6 months ago
(Tampa, FL)
answer 3
I use this in my hair and I'm a woman - I think it's fantastic for making my hair look sleek and polished, so yes, if this product works for you I say go for it!
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 4
Its definitely not just for men! I think many people think it is because it says it's for those who don't want to work at their hair, plus it says men love it, but for a women's long hair it gives you that done yet undone look. A hint of shine with a natural yet polished look!
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
(New York, NY)
answer 5
Yes, I'm a woman and I use this every day. I have medium length hair.
answered 2 years ago
answer 6
this is a universal product both men and women can use. its great for men to style their hair up and for women its good to give it texture and a a smooth feel.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
(New York)
answer 7
I think this product is great for anyone. It won't make your hair all flowly, but it will give it some body. It will also keep it very soft, while maintaining the style; however, it you want your hair to hold like it would with hair spray, gel, etc, I would recommend the Bumble & bumble styling spray.
answered 3 years ago
(Austin, Texas)
grooming creme vs brilliantine?
what is the difference between the two, i have asian hair that is 5 inches past the shoulder and thin with a few layers, which would you recommend?
asked 3 years, 7 months ago
(Edmonton, AB)
on Grooming Creme
3 answers
answer 1
as far as I can tell, brilliantine and grooming cream are more or less the same, but the finish is different. Grooming cream is a satin finish and brilliantine is a glossy finish. Texture is the matte version of these two.

I prefer grooming cream as the brilliantine made my hair seem greasy. My hair texture is fine and thin and can look greasy really easily. If that's not a problem for your hair texture, you'd probably be fine with either. I could be wrong, but that's what my experience was and I've tried all three.
answered 2 years ago
answer 2
Grooming creme is more lightweight and less shine. Brilliantine you need a LOT less product and it will make your hair stringy if you use too much. Grooming creme makes your hair more piece-y and gives it definition.
answered 3 years ago
(Vancouver, BC)
answer 3
I have both and I prefer grooming creme because it helps the hair be soft and smooth and I use it on damp hair. I used to use brilliiantine in dry hair to give it a slightly messy piecey look, but it was heavier and weighed my hair down. I think grooming creme is for damp hair and brilliiantine is for dry hair.
answered 3 years ago
(Sacramento, CA)
can you recycle b&b products?
asked 3 years, 9 months ago
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