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Bumble And Bumble Black Hair Powder For Inky Brown, Asian, Hispanic, Or Goth Shades 4.4-Ounces

3.8 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews
About the Product
  • 4.4-ounce bottle
  • Provides a dry texture that keeps pins and clips from slipping
  • Gives roots a quick color touch up while dry cleaning hair
  • Enhances color, blend roots, add grip
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Product Description

# Styling ease, dry cleansing and tinting for inky brown, Asian, Hispanic, afro and goths. Ideal for oily (or less than clean) hair, styling fine hair and root touch-ups. On dry hair.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 5 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
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  • ASIN: B0018BXM0A
  • UPC: 885492404051 685428003590 685428007581 885892243441
  • Item model number: 153286
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #324,049 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)

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I had red highlights done on my hair and wanted to preserve the color for as long as possible and so I bought this product based my stylist's recommendation. The first time I used it I had a really bad experience - (and now looking back) it was mainly because I didn't hold the spray bottle 10-12 inches away according to the instructions. I ended up spraying the powder on my hair like I would with hair spray and I had globs of black powder everywhere. I couldn't even comb my hair through; my fingers and my comb were black and my hair felt sticky. Additionally, everytime my hair touched anything (e.g. comb, clothes, fingers, pillow) it left black marks. It also left my hair feeling oilier than it originally did. After this experience, I figured I just wasted $40.

Last night, I figured I'd give it another try. I saw other customer reviews on Amazon and read how wonderful the product was and I figured I must've done something wrong the first time around. This time, I held the bottle as far back as possible and I sprayed in short pulses. After each spray, I immediately combed my hair through. This time the results were fantastic. I hadn't washed my hair in two days and my hair was really oily. After about 10 minutes of spritzing and combing, my hair looked like a day's old wash. I woke up the next morning, blew dry my hair alittle and it looks great! When I touch my hair, it doesn't leave anything behind either.

The key is take baby steps with this product. Hold the bottle as far back as possible (like an arm's length) and just do little spritzes at a time and comb through. You'll love it.
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By T. Dang on October 31, 2010
I have somewhat oily, but otherwise normal, hair and this is by far the worst dry shampoo ever (maybe even the worst hair product ever). I don't understand the rave reviews. Every time I run out of dry shampoo from Klorane or Blow Faux, I give this product another try. I figure, "Hey! I spent $40 on this thing, I might as well finish the bottle. It's so pricey it MUST work this time right? Right?" It never ceases to amaze me how much I hate this thing. I walk around the rest of the day hiding my head in shame and even wishing for my greasy oily hair-- anything but the ugly mess resulting from this product. Believe me, I'm no stranger to dry shampoo. I've been using it all my life. I use this product exactly as directed and then some (8-12 inches away from my hair, 3-4 inches away from my hair, 12-24 inches away from my hair, spraying into the air and twirling into it... nothing works).

If you want spray can black paint for your hair, then this is the product for you. The color is the only upside to the product in case you're looking to hide your roots between coloring. But if you already have dark/black hair then this product is utterly pointless as a dry shampoo.

Texture- Forget about running your fingers through your hair and having beautiful locks that sways when you walk. Nope. Instead, you'll get "There's Something About Mary" hair that only too much gel creates. It creates a disgusting overly dry brittle bird nest texture. If you walk and the wind catches your hair the wrong way, you end up looking like a lion that just woke up from a nap.

Residue- If you plan on touching your hair, wearing a light-colored sweater or falling asleep on your bed, you'll leave a nasty black smear all over your fingers, clothes and mattress.
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I love love love this hair powder. I saw it once at someone's house and immediately thought it was for covering up bald spots (what can I say I have an big imagination!). I asked my hair dresser about it and she told me it was great stuff that added a lot of texture to your hair while soaking up all the oil.
I guess I should explain that I like big hair, not 80's big, but hair that looks thick and full of body. When I heard it gives texture, I was sold. Anything that makes it easier to get big hair. I also bought that light brown for my friend who doesn't love big hair but has a problem remembering to wash her hair ;)
So there were using this powder and instantly getting addicted. The stuff is A-Mazing, we both agreed. I can now go 4-5 days without washing my hair (but I am not recommending that, I am just saying that it has allowed me to become lazy with my hair). When I wake up in the morning I just need to fluff the hair and it looks like I spent an hour on it. It definitely gives it the dirty texture so it is easy to style, but it doesn't look dirty.
I have used it on longer hair, shoulder length medium layered hair, AND an a-line bob type. I can basically shape my hair anyway I want and it will hold.
For you blonds, I hear cornstarch has a similar effect.....but for everyone else, invest in this cuz it is worth it.
Okay, even though I love it, I have to say that it is crazy messy. I use the black and have learned not to touch my hair or scratch my head, and I am still scared to go out in the rain with it in. The bathroom now needs to be wiped down every time I get ready, and the shower needs to be wiped down more. But lets be honest, now I have awesome hair AND a clean bathroom!
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