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Bumble and bumble Surf Creme Rinse Conditioner

What it is: A lightweight conditioning rinse that imparts airy softness and texture. What it does: Looking for body, texture, and enhanced natural wave? For endless summer styles, this conditioner bottles the buoyant body soft, seabreezy texture and refreshing scent of an ocean swim. Hydrating sea botanicals add moisture and gently detangle without weight. Infused with a unique blend of body-enhancing minerals and softening sea botanicals, this formula creates the best base for beachy styles to date. What else you need to know: Surf Spray is the secret to that sexy matte texture that’s so essential to backstage styling. It gives body, lift, and hold in a hurry, creating a base for both elaborate updos and effortless, woke-up-like-this looks. Our stylists never leave the House of Bumble without it.
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Questions & Answers for Bumble and bumble Surf Creme Rinse Conditioner

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Should this be used root to tip?
Should this be used from root to tip to get maximum beach results, or on ends only? Normally I'd never apply conditioner at the roots since I've got fine hair, but I'm thinking it might be necessary here to get the full texturizing effect?
asked 1 year, 3 months ago
ninaulrich
(Copenhagen, Denmark)
on Surf Creme Rinse Conditioner
5 answers
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answer 1
Hi! I suggest using it root to tip to give your hair an overall fullness. Personally I have thick hair so I'm not sure how it will affect your fine hair but I would recommend still putting it on the roots- just a smaller amount than what you are putting on your ends. Hope that helps!
answered 8 months ago
livjkelly
(Toronto, ON)
answer 2
My stylist recommended I only use it on the ends (tips) of my hair. However, I have thick, long, straight hair so I'm not sure if this would apply to you.
answered 10 months ago
bonnesante
(Berkeley, CA, USA)
answer 3
This just detangles. If you want beach hair finish with the surf spray.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
humboldthoney2
(Eureka, CA)
answer 4
I have short fine hair and I use it from root to tip it is lightweight enough it won't weigh your hair down!
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
BurtonJRT
(Forest Park IL)
answer 5
I applied the conditioner root to ends and got great texture. My hair is normal to thin & I have short hair (grown out pixie).
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
ZumbaNinja205
(New York, NY)
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Does this conditioner dry out hair
I have really dry wavy hair and I really want to try this conditioner to enhance my natural waves. but, I really don't want my hair to be drier than it already is.
asked 10 months ago
Anonymous
(Toronto,)
on Surf Creme Rinse Conditioner
4 answers
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answer 1
If you use it make sure to let your hair dry naturally. I tried to blow dry my hair after using this product and it turned to straw!
answered 7 months ago
MermaidBB
(Waterford, MI)
answer 2
Hi! I have dry, wavy, and coarse hair as well. It doesn't dry your hair out at all! It helped me keep my waves but my hair looked silky. Hope that helps!
answered 8 months ago
livjkelly
(Toronto, ON)
answer 3
I didn't like the surf line at all. I found it to be extremely drying. I have wavy hair as well. Have you ever tried Devacurl???
answered 10 months ago
patty10
(Souderton, Pa)
answer 4
It doesn't dry out your hair. It just provides texture. It's weird how it works, but it does.
answered 10 months ago
bonnesante
(Berkeley, CA, USA)
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