How To: Salon Worthy Bumble & Bumble Conditioning Treatment From Home


Hair damage can be caused by so many factors that sometimes a visit to the salon can feel excessive. Good news—you can easily address mildly damaged hair from the comfort of your home with a conditioning mask. Adding a deep conditioning treatment means adding a few more products than you would use for your basic daily wash but will leave your hair smoother, shiner, and healthier.

Knowing what order to use each product in, and why can feel daunting. Read on for a step-by-step guide to a Bumble & Bumble deep conditioning treatment from home.

Start with your clarifying shampoo. 

First thing's first—you'll want to make sure your mask will actually be absorbed, rather than just sit on top of your hair. For squeaky clean strands, Bumble & Bumble's Sunday Shampoo lifts away product build-up, excess oil, and pollutants, leaving hair prepped to soak up the nutrients. 

Perform your second cleanse.

Work a quarter-sized amount of Bumble's Hairdresser's Invisible Oil Shampoo between hands, massage into scalp, and rinse. You might notice a lack of suds. Formulated to cleanse the hair without stripping, this shampoo is sulfate-free, so it won't produce tons of bubbles. 

Apply your hair mask.

Thicker in consistency and meant to be left in longer, masks are essentially conditioner on steroids. How much to apply will vary on your hair type. You'll want to use enough to saturate, but there's no need to smother your hair.

After shampooing, ring your hair out to remove as much excess water as possible and apply Bumble's Hairdresser's Invisible Oil Mask. Leave on 3-5 minutes, then rinse. If your hair is extra dry, this mask can be left on for up to 20 minutes.

Apply your conditioner.

After you've rinsed the mask from your hair, ring out the excess water from your hair and apply Hairdresser's Invisible Oil Conditioner. Let your conditioner sit for 1-2 minutes and rinse thoroughly. It might seem counterintuitive to use the mask before conditioner, but it's done for a good reason. Conditioner seals the hair cuticle, locking in the nutrients that your mask deposited. 

A Few Pro Tips For Ultimate Hair Repair.

  • If you're looking for an extra nourishing experience, use a microfiber towel or old T-Shirt after shampooing to soak up excess water. That way your hair can absorb all the goodness!
  • Add a few drops of Hairdresser's Invisible Oil to your mask to kick it up a notch or directly to your hair for heat protection before blowdrying.
  • Clarifying shampoo and hair masks are super concentrated and are not meant to be used more than once a week.

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Posted by Sasha Booker



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