I can't remember when I first came across the Bumble and Bumble site as i was browsing for beauty products but it's a site Ioften visit again and again as the products are quality and a little expensive but affordable. This Bumble and Bumble Tonic Shampoo is one of my favourite shampoo's although I'm not loyal to any one brand as I like to buy different ones depending on price and scents as well as how it leaves the condition of the hair after use.
This 240 ml bottle cost me £18. 50 which you may say is expensive, but this is a hair tonic and something I don't use everyday but I use it once every two weeks as I dye my hair a lot and the hair gets dry and breaks sometimes, especially if I go for a light colour or streaks.
With this hair tonic shampoo I can get back some of the shine and silkyness to my hair that I have taken out with the bleaching or lightening process.
I don't use it straight away after dying my hair, but use it about two weeks after when the hair gets dull and lifeless.
This is a nice shampoo and smells fresh and inviting. It has peppermint and tea tree oil in it and smells lovely. It leaves the hair feeling soft and smooth and gets the tangles out which you often get more of when you dye your hair.
To use it you wet the hair put a little on your hands and lather it up then cover your hair with it, leave it on the hair for around five to ten minutes then rince it off and dry.
You can see the difference straight away, the hair looks shiney and feels smooth so that the comb goes through it without the hair breaking.
I like the feel of the hair after drying it with the hairdryer , as it feels light and bouncy and looks good.
I'm happy to recommend this to you if you haven't tried it and have damaged hair that need a a boost.
This daily favourite has Tea Tree Oil and Peppermint extracts to soothe the scalp, balance oil, stimulate circulation, and leave the scalp tingling and hair soft and shiny. Who: Anyone (unless very dry or chemically treated). When: Daily; followed by any Bb. conditioner or Tonic Lotion. How: Wet hair, lather in palms, massage through, leave in for a minute and rinse thoroughly (no need to repeat).