Bumble & Bumble • Creme de Coco conditioner • Conditioner
|Would buy this product again.||48%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Other
This product is the worst conditioner I have used on my highlighted hair! It just sits on my hair in the shower....it won't sink in at all! Weirdest thing ... and when I wash it off...it just feels filmy.
will not repurchase, still looking for something to beat my beloved Aveda Colorcare.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This is crap. I used it along with the shampoo and it didn't condition my hair at all. It left my hair feeling all sticky and heavy, like when you let your hair dry with ocean water or pool water in it. It's also super expensive at $28 per bottle. Same price as Kerastase products and no where near as good. I wouldn't even compare this to Herbal Essence... it's that bad. Save your money and don't buy this crap. I'm kinda offended that they would even sell this product for more than $2.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
Wow, this is really overpriced stuff -- I'm glad I got a sample and didn't buy this! This has a lovely coconut smell to it but it doesn't exactly smell like coconut either.. it is kind of an odd rich person coconut smell? Anyway, it doesn't moisturize that well, and for the price of it, I don't think it is any better than the Suave coconut conditioner except this is thicker. Don't buy this... unless you are loaded and like to get ripped off. This product is nothing special!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
This product does not work for me. I have wavy/curly, dry and thick hair. Creme de coco completely pulls the curl out of my hair because it is so heavy but it doesn't help the frizzies either. It does smell good. Very expensive because of the small bottle and I felt like I had to use a lot compared to other brands to cover all of my hair.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
This was the staple conditioner for my very long, coarse, curly, dark, dyed hair. The smell is divine (and the smell lasts so the next day your hair smells the same as freshly washed hair) and it is the most moisturising conditioner for naturally curly hair that I have tried. WARNING: it can leave your hair flat if your hair is fine. I naturally have a lot of volume in my hair, so flattening it a little didn't worry me but could see that it would cause issues for some people.
Biggest draw back was the price in Australia...$40 a bottle and I tried this from Strawberrynet and got it much cheaper. They have changed their pricing structure and it is now in the unaffordable league :-( Great product none-the-less and if I didn't cut my hair to shoulder length, I would probably fork out the $40 and buy it again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I usually stick to my Pantene and occasionally indulge on the salon brands. But B&B lured me in because I love the smell of shea and coconut. This conditioner is thick but silky. It holds on to the hair and conditions it entirely. You can even use this as a mask. The smell was invigorating and it really made my hair smoothed and shiny. It didn't weigh my pin straight hair down. I would buy this again and want to try their creme de coco masque. I got this at Beauty.com and it's worth it. A very good and deep conditioner.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
HAIR: Black, straight, fine.
SKIN: Medium, combination.
MY HAIR WENT FLAT!! It was soft, it was smooth, it had no volume. It is perfect for people that have poofy or big hair. Unfortunately, I had to make a return/exchange, even though I loved the coconut smell.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I am going to use the same review for both the shampoo and conditioner. First off let me say my hair is thick, wavy, and very poofy! I was given a 2oz. bottle of the S&C and tried it....I was not happy at all it made my hair very dry. Then I purchased a 8oz. thinking the maybe I got a bad bottle. Well I tried it today and it made my hair really soft and brought out the waves without making it poofy. I'm not sure if the credit should go to the shampoo or conditioner or both. As far as the scent goes I don't feel it really smells like coconut. To me it smells more like marshmallows or something...odd I know. :-) The smell is not strong, but it does linger. I expected a strong coconut smell like Nexxus, but I'm still happy. I now want to get the masque!! I will buy this again.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I didn't like this! Seemed to leave my hair a little stiff. Can't come close to my love for KERASTASE!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
The smell of the whole Creme de Coco line is fantastic, and I like this conditioner, more so than the shampoo. The scent is light, summery and not too overpowering, and that's a big deal for me because I don't really like coconutty scents. It's so easy to get my hair detangled after using this. It leaves my hair pretty moisturized, smelling great and soft. I think this would be a great product for those with damaged, dry hair. I can see that this might weigh your hair down if it's very fine though. For reference, my hair is thick, coarse, wavy and slightly dry/damaged. The reason I took off a lippie is because I feel that B&b's Super Rich conditioner is a *lot* better than this, as far as results go, but all in all, the Creme de Coco condish is worth a try.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I'm in love with this conditioner.
It makes my damaged hair look moisturized and soft without weighting it down, which is very important because my hair is also fine in texture. I love how this conditioner makes my hair look so shiny and healthy.
In all honesty, I would have to say that this is the best conditioner that I've ever used (and I've tried everything!).
I use this with the B&B Thickening shampoo. It's the perfect combo for fine and damaged hair, as far as I'm concerned.
I love beach-y, coconutty scents, and that's exactly how I'd describe the scent of this conditioner. It's very refreshing and reminds me of summer.
The only complaint I have is the price. If you buy it along with a B&B shampoo you will pay about 50 dollars. It's pricey for sure, but totally worth it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I bought this conditioner after having it washed at the salon. It has a lovely smell and it's moisturizing. It was expensive, but I'm glad it was authentic.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
Just want to warn any potential buyers out there-
A few months ago I purchased the Creme de Coco Shampoo and Conditioner at Target and really disliked it, I hated the smell! It really didn't seem any better than average drugstore brand hair products and for double the price! But, I read on a forum that The Bumble and Bumble Company that makes and sells the products DOESN'T sell to any drugstores like CVS or Target. They are sold through what is called the "gray market" which often has products such as Bumble & Bumble with the same packaging but different contents! I went to my local Beauty First store (which authentically sells Bumble&Bumble) and the creme de coco shampoo and conditioner they sold smelled completely different and left my hair really silky and soft.
It's hard to believe Target would supply products that weren't legitimate but from my experience that definitely seems to have been the case!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Silver, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
wow.....what an expierence.....great smell, feel, results....as with the shampoo....damn the price!!!!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Received a sample of this along with the shampoo from my salon. I wanted to like it because the name makes it sound so yummy but it did nothing for my hair and I didn't like the smell.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Taking it down a lippy for high price/no results for that price.
The Creme de Coco shampoo is hands-down fantastic for my long, color treated, fine hair. A+ results, so if you're curious to try one of B&B's Coco products, I'd beg you to try shampoo first.
The matching conditioner, sadly, is just run of the mill. This could be absolutely any average conditioner. It softens, sure. It does a VERY poor of detangling -- I'm not expecting to effortlessly run a comb/brush through my hair when wet, but I *do* expect a conditioner to do way, WAY more than this one does. I detest having to comb my long hair out small sections at a time and I dread hearing the ssssnap of a strand being broken.
Although I don't usually prattle on forever about fragrance in my hair products (it just doesn't matter to me), this one is worth noting: it's the smell of an unused urinal cake, that weird, artificial chemical scent that's not repulsive, but it's distracting. I'd take an icky fake fruity conditioner smell over this smell any day...where a few people got "coconut" or "natural" in their scent descriptions is beyond me. And yes, when I was little I liked going up to the urinal cakes in the stores and smelling them. I liked the color of the cellophane they were wrapped in. Kids are weird. ;)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
Not at all impressed with this conditioner. I wasn't even crazy about the scent - out of the bottle it smells fake and plastic-y. It left my hair dried out and frizzy.
I'll stick with my Eufora hair care, which may not smell the greatest but has been the best thing for my hair.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I gave it 3 lippies because I think it does a good job of conditioning and doesnt weigh my hair down, but for 25 dollars? I dont think so. I can get the same effect for 5 bucks. Youre paying to use "Bumble and Bumble"-its a name thats it. There are a million conditioners and hair products on the market why would I spend 25 dollars? I wont anymore. I returned this back to Target. For 25 bucks it should come with a free bottle of Rum.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I have never been a fan of B&B shampoos/conditioners, but when I went into a B&B salon to purchase a bottle of Tonic, the sales girl convinced me to at least TRY this newer product. She had bleached-out hair like mine and she swore up and down how wonderful it was, so I thought what the heck. I bought the trial sizes which were $7 and $8 each (ouch!) and took them home to use right away. The smell was awesome, but thats about IT. When I tried working the conditioner through my hair, it felt like it wasn't absorbing at all, and it sat on top of my hair, not detangling in the least. After my shower, my large-tooth comb would barely comb through my hair, and I had to pile on my FF Glossing cream to get my hair to comb through. Waste of money IMO. It's amazing how some reviewers here are raving about this stuff when it performs so crappy on me. OH well!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
this is a great conditioner. i have very thick curly bi-racial hair and
this made my hair pretty, soft, silky and manageable. although i do wish the bottle was bigger considering the price!