I have used the glossing cream and like it much better. I have fine hair and the oil, even though I used only a very small amount, left my hair flat and lifeless. The cream didn't have this effect.
I think it is slightly better only that is it very light weight but effective. I have tried the glossing creme and it works great but Bumble has a slightly better edge, especially if you are prone to dry hair.
I have used both Fekkai's Glossing Cream and B&B Hairdresser's Oil. I like both, however, I find the Hairdresser's Oil to be not as "heavy," at least for my hair. I have used the oil on damp hair, as well as after styling for some shine. I used have a pump after stylish and finger-combed it through my hair, concentrating on the ends. It looked really healthy and shiny afterward.
I have used Fekkai's Glossing Cream while damp, as well as after styling. I like it better for after styling, personally. I use it very sparingly, however, as it seems to make my hair look pretty greasy if I use even a bit too much. It's really nice, makes my hair look great, and has a fantastic scent--just be careful to not apply much (my hair is a few inches below my shoulders and I use a pea-size amount or less).
For me, it's mostly about the scent. If I'm going out and want to wear a certain perfume, I'll use the Hairdresser's Oil, as it has a very faint, almost undetectable scent. If it's daytime and I'm not wearing perfume, I'll use Moroccan Oil or Fekkai's Glossing Cream, as they provide a nice, light scent that stays.
I agree with massaro: it does what FF Glossing Cream does, just a little bit better. The hair is softer and has a smidgen more bounce. -- I've been using Glossing Cream non-stop for years and will switch to B&B.
I like the B&B better than then Fekai glossing cream but they are really not the same type of product. Although Bumble states that this product gives shine to the hair, it is not like a glossing cream that smooths and creates sleek shine. It is more for taming frizz, fly aways and creating soft hair. It is very nourishing and doesn't weigh hair down. Doesn't give an abundance of shine but still an awesome product. The glossing cream is not as healthy for your hair but has quite a different function. You could easily use both together each day, but this will not be a likely substitute
just as good but hair feels softer
answered 8 months ago
(Staten Island, NY)