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Posted by 10.24.09


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BB Little Shine by Bumble and Bumble - Let me begin by saying I am a huge fan of the Bumble and Bumble line. From the thickening shampoo and conditioner, to the hair prep tonic, styling lotion, styling cream, thickening spray, and the classic hair spray, I love it all.   These products do for my thin, straight hair exactly what they promise, and for that, I am a devoted fan. Unfortunately, I have found one product in the line that will not get a spot in the Bumble and Bumble section of my cabinet. The BB Little Shine product  promises to make your hair glimmer with a silky, soft, smooth, sexy texture. Who wouldn’t want that? The directions specifically say “a little goes a long way” and I adhered to that warning. The product delivered exactly what it said it would. My hair looked fabulous. The problem is the smell of the product as it goes on is so incredibly overbearing, I could never use this product again. I did give it twomore tries, both times with the same result. I admit I have a keen sense of smell, but I cannot see using this product again unless I managed to apply it outside with a stiff breeze blowing the smell away from me. Sorry, this product was a bust for me due to its very strong odor.

FINAL VERDICT: SYC (SAVE YOUR CASH) I remain a Bumble and Bumble devotee, but I would pass on this particular product.


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