One of the world’s most popular hairstyling product lines also happens to be vegetarian friendly! For 31 years and counting, Bumble and bumble has been using a wide variety of all natural ingredients in its products ranging from coconut to wheat proteins.
The Bumble and bumble mission goes something like this: “Our mission is to be the best hair care company in the world through a continuous process of examination and re-invention; to inspire creativity in everyone we touch by offering advanced education in all aspects of the salon business, building lasting relationships within our community and creating exceptional products; to have a great time doing it all.” Pretty impressive! Perhaps equally impressive is The House of Bumble and bumble was selected to host New York fashion week in 2006.
Bumble and bumble sells products for every hair type – whether you have curly hair or straight hair, or thick or fine, Bumble and bumble has a product for you. The company offers a wide variety of “families” ranging from the thickening family (for thinner hair) to hair products designed specifically for naturally thick (and unruly) hair. One example is the crème de coco shampoo and conditioner. When used together, this shampoo/conditioner team tames frizz and improves flexibility. The product contains ingredients like coconut, murumuru butter (palm tree butter), milk thistle, and wheat protein (meaning it is not gluten-free) to help cleanse and condition hair, naturally.
Bumble and bumble also sells hair polishers, hairsprays, curl calming cream, finishing balms, gels, hair tonics, styling crème, and hair masques, to name a few.
In addition to “The House of Bumble and bumble” this trendy company also has several Manhattan salons, and dozens of Bb.Network salons around the world in places such as Paris, Hong Kong, and even Iceland! If you want to purchase Bumble and bumble products, you can shop online at www.bumbleandbumble.com or you can use the websites salon locator to find a retailer or salon near you. Interested in contacting Bumble and bumble? Here you go!
Note: Estee Lauder has acquired Bumble and bumble, and Estee Lauder does test on animals. Estee Lauder also owns the following brands: Aramis, Clinique, Prescriptives, Lab Series Skincare for Men, Origins, Tommy Hilfiger, M·A·C, Kiton, La Mer, Donna Karan, Aveda, Jo Malone, Bumble and bumble, Michael Kors, Darphin, American Beauty, Flirt!, good skin, grassroots, Sean John, Missoni, Daisy Fuentes, Tom Ford, Mustang, Coach, and Ojon and Eyes by Design.