Bumble and bumble Thickening Dryspun Finish Spray


You are so close to having a good hair day...it’s just missing the necessary oomph, or zhush, or something. Your Swoosh is more 'comb over' than Cindy Crawford; your second-day hair is clinging to your scalp like it’s experiencing separation anxiety. But all is not lost, my follicularly challenged compatriot! Re-fluff yourself to adequately chic heights by tossing your hair over and spritzing on Bumble's Bb. Thickening Dryspun Finish.

The new aerosol version of Bumble’s famed pump-controlled setting spray is foolproof in its distribution (no clumps of product) and airy texture. It's like giving your mane a blow-dry blast before leaving the house—only it lasts a few hours longer. And the hold is light, unlike the texturizing/movement-inducing effects of Oribe Maximista. Spray it at your roots for Rodarte Spring 2014-esque romantic volume, or direct the nozzle to the bottom half of your locks to channel the modern grunge of Alexander Wang’s latest runway.

You’ll be left looking just a tad more enlivened than when you started, and smelling much better.

Photos by Elizabeth Brockway.

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  • Alejandra

    Maybe this mixed with my dry shampoo will give me model-off-duty hair..

  • Meaghan

    Been using this for about two months now. Swear by it. Not quite sure how I ever managed without.


  • Nina

    Interesting, of course Bumble puts out a product to suit the dry texture trend. It sounds quite the same as Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray (which I love). Anyone who can compare the two?

  • MissWix

    Their texture cream was a godsend for my fine oily hair. Must buy this!!!

    • deborah

      How so ? Please share as I have fine oily hair too. And must wash every day...

      • MissWix

        Well, my hair is really fine and straight. To get texture I often use gel at the roots, sea salt spray throughout, and dry shampoo. The Texture cream on normal hair creates a matte finish, and brings out body, like Olsen twin hair. But on my hair, it makes it a little drier, adds a ton of texture, and fattens it up. Sometimes I just use a little on my roots, or if I want to go full Bardot I apply it all over, blow it out, and do hot rollers. Gives big 60's hair. Or you can add waves. It has almost a creamy, elmers glue texture. I love that they've come out with a spray!

      • MissWix

        p.s. I bought this spray. LOVE IT

  • Mary

    I'm loving it, and @disqus_khkFA1VfAW:disqus its basically the EXACT same thing as Oribe Dry Texturizing, which has an insane price tag. This is about half the price and will probably last twice as long.

    • Nina

      Thanks, and yes Oribe is insanely expensive! Unfortunately, so is B&b here in Denmark (must visit US soon!)... I do love B&b though so I'll probably give this a try some day.

  • Jess

    awesome, i always wanted to try the oribe spray but could get it in Australia, but mecca has b&b yay!

  • Isabelle McWilliam
  • http://nomadic-d.blogspot.com/ Nomadic D.

    Must. Try. This. Back when I had long hair I never did anything to it, but ever since the chop I've been searching for the perfect products to dirty it up. B&B Texture has been amazing, as has their surf spray, and I recently tried Living Proof Amp, but I still feel like I'm missing something. This might be just the thing! Thank you!


  • Guestly

    Have it. Love it. Live it.


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