A light conditioner that helps tame unruly hair.
What it does:
This light yet thorough conditioner helps manage unruly hair, calm curls and quiet frizz for smoother, silkier texture - straight out of the shower. It adds shine and encourages body and movement. With Concen-straight Technologyfor lasting smoothness. It's the ideal conditioner for taming curly, thick, unmanageable, unruly hair.
What it is formulated WITHOUT:
What else you need to know:
The Bumble and bumble Straight Line with breakthrough Concen-straight Technology was developed to help maintain hair's natural integrity, allowing hairdressers (and clients) to customize straightness, increase manageability, and reduce frizz. All products are free of formaldehyde, cysteine, and lye. Straight Conditioner is safe for color-treated hair.
Bumble and bumble is a cruelty-free brand, meaning they don't test on animals. Bb. products are free from parabens, phthalates, mineral oils, and formaldehyde.
-After cleansing with Straight Shampoo, smooth evenly through hair and let sit a minute or two, then rinse.
-Follow with Straight Blow Dry for smooth heat-styling.
Bumble and bumble began in 1977, as a New York City salon famed for its signature rebel-elegance. Right away, Bb. transcended hairdressing, crossing over into fashion and street-style. Like our idiosyncratic name, the brand would come to define infinite individuality. It was about more than a hairstyle. It was an attitude. We quickly clipped, colored, and styled our way into global prominence, with our like-minded salons and rock-star editorial team. Our runway looks launched global hair trends – and, in 1991, a backstage need jump-started our iconic product range. To this day, we remain passionately dedicated to the transformational power of hair.Bumble and bumble.Salon born. New York raised. Hair is what we ‘do.
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