Bumble and bumble Thickening Shampoo
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  • I think, having grown up in a household where bath and body products were the creme de la creme, I have higher standards than most and have this preconceived notion that more money spent means a better product, just as I used to believe that inexpensive equalled cheap
  • Yes, I know that's an idiotic way to view the consumer world, but it's the truth, and it's the main reason I bought this Bumble and bumble Thickening Shampoo
  • Ironically, I found it in a drug store, which you would think only carries cheap items, but sure enough, there I was dropping a good amount of money on a shampoo after I'd already found a really good one that I was using on a daily basis anyway
  • Though I've found some excellent products to treat the various other problems I experience with my hair, what I really wanted was just a thicker and fuller head of hair and since that wasn't going to happen without medical intervention, I figured the next logical place to stop was with a bottle of a shampoo, and this seemed to be the perfect solution to my problem
  • When it was all dry and I was ready to head out the door during a hot Michigan summer afternoon, when the humidity was at its worst, I noticed that my hair didn't immediately gain five inches in frizz


    • by Anasuya
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      I don’t know what it is about expensive shampoos that have me gravitating towards them like bees to honey, but if I see a high-end price tag, it’s almost a sure thing that I’m going to buy it. I think, having grown up in a household where bath and body products were the creme de la creme, I have higher standards than most and have this preconceived notion that more money spent means a better product, just as I used to believe that inexpensive equalled cheap. Yes, I know that’s an idiotic way to view the consumer world, but it’s the truth, and it’s the main reason I bought this Bumble and bumble Thickening Shampoo. I don’t normally spend $25 on a bottle of shampoo, but this one just seemed to scream at me from across the store. Ironically, I found it in a drug store, which you would think only carries cheap items, but sure enough, there I was dropping a good amount of money on a shampoo after I’d already found a really good

      one that I was using on a daily basis anyway.

      I think what drew me to this shampoo, honestly, though is the fact that it’s a thickening product. My hair is very fine and always has been and, after two kids and some dramatic weight gain and weight loss, I’ve started to lose quite a bit of hair that just doesn’t seem to be growing back, so my fine hair is actually starting to look balding at this point and I am just way too young to deal with all that nonsense. Though I’ve found some excellent products to treat the various other problems I experience with my hair, what I really wanted was just a thicker and fuller head of hair and since that wasn’t going to happen without medical intervention, I figured the next logical place to stop was with a bottle of a shampoo, and this seemed to be the perfect solution to my problem.

      Honestly, it’s a pretty darn good bottle of shampoo too! Maybe not $25 worth, but it’s still worth ...


      • more than the average bottle or even a bottle of salon shampoo. I found that the scent and texture of the shampoo were both very pleasant. The scent was relaxing and subtle, but still lasting enough that I could smell it even after my hair had dried. This kind of gave me that salon feel, because those shampoos always seem to have a lasting scent. And the lather was really creamy and spread so easily through my hair that it was hard to believe my hair is normally very tangled and stringy.

        When it was all dry and I was ready to head out the door during a hot Michigan summer afternoon, when the humidity was at its worst, I noticed that my hair didn’t immediately gain five inches in frizz. Usually, fly away hair and frizz is the bane of my existence, but this time around, the split-ends and damaged hairs were practically invisible, and the frizz was nonexistent.

        But I think what the best thing was about this shampoo was the fact that I

        really did feel like it was giving me some lift. I didn’t actually notice it at first because I was so quick to head out the door and get to work before the store opened, but by the time my hair dried, it looked much fuller than it has for the last five years. I didn’t even use a blow dryer and a round brush, either, which is what you generally have to do if you want that nice full looking head of hair. I just had to shampoo and air dry and comb it out gingerally. Then I just kind of did the swooshing thing were you fling your hair forward and back real fast, and that’s all it took for my hair to look like I was born with thick hair and it’s not a manufactured look. I will definitely buy this product again. Yes, it’s expensive, but it feels and smells like a nice salon shampoo, and it does the trick of thickening hair to a natural and healthy looking level. Wonderful product. 10




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