Day by day--whether I like to admit it or not--I'm become more of a
lady woman. I know, it's scary. But, it also means that I nearly feel obligated to stray from my usual cheap-as-chips loot and turn to more mature options. No, I'm not just talking about trading my black skinnies for a matronly knee-length skirt (and we're not referring to this as a maxi), but the same applies for beauty.
One day I'll realize (in the distant, distant future) that salt sprays, my most loved hair product of the past, just won't cut it anymore. Cue the Bumble and bumble Quenching Complex--as mature as it gets when it comes to haircare, in my book. We both know I'm not a thirty-something business woman who stomps in pumps through the office halls in a CEO-esque fashion...but this is that kind of product.
I could go into the science and ingredient nitty-gritty of the
gel complex, but that's what good marketing is for. I'll dish on the real stunner--does it work?
I wouldn't describe my hair as abnormally parched, but it can get a little frizz-bally here and there on a day to day basis. Alas, post-shower, I pea sized amount of this quenching gel, mended through locks, and brushed through means that (A) my hair won't be the size of a tumbleweed come wake up, and (B) that my locks look shinier, healthier, and more pristine. Goes along with the CEO status pretty nicely, non?
Now, is this for you? If you are one of those 'heat your hair out of the wazoo' kind of gals who decides between one of your twenty heat tools daily, then no--because Bumble and bumble has a somewhat similar product made for you--their Mending Complex. Now, I can't vouch for it, but it's worth a shot.
On the other hand, if you're a low-maintenance gal (a shocking statement compared to Monday's post...just click and see), then this is for you, because unless you've got the hair that models flaunt in haircare commercials, you could get some use out of this hydrating, non-greasy, complex...especially if you're that CEO.