Bumble and bumble Spray Chalks

I’ve blogged about hair chalks here before however Bumble and bumble were the first spray chalks I have ever tried. After having tried the L’oreal Hair chalks and being a little disappointed (they stayed in my hair for around a week and were extremely sticky!) I was interested to see how the new Bumble and bumble offering compared.

The Bumble and bumble chalks are available in four different colours Mint, Cobalt Blue, Blush and Lavender. They come in 40g spray cans which is a nice size to travel with or to have in a kit but the spray side of it was rather scary at first.

I’d recommend applying it in the bathroom or somewhere with floor that can be cleaned easily and with a towel over your clothes. Although I didn’t experience much mess and I don’t think it would stain, I would still recommend being very careful. As it is in a spray can it means you can get high coverage quite quickly and you could even use a stencil for a fun design!

I found them easy to use although I needed quite a lot of product which means it can be quite expensive. I love the four colours although I don’t think the mint looks amazing in brunette hair. However, I love the blues- they’re super vibrant! I also found them a little drying (as it is powder based) but nothing a good hair mask can’t sort out, they also washed out quite well.

Overall I think the Bumble and bumble spray chalks are super good fun but at £15 a can they are pretty expensive especially as you requite quite a lot of product. I’d recommend them for a one off but I don’t think it’s something I could realistically afford to experiment with every weekend.

Have you tried any hair chalks? What do you think?

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  1. 23rd January 2014 / 8:46 am

    I love the spray format although I can imagine it's necessary to be rather careful with these.

    • 27th January 2014 / 5:45 pm

      A little but I wasn't too careful I must admit X

  2. 23rd January 2014 / 8:58 am

    How did the pink look in brunette hair?

    • 27th January 2014 / 5:46 pm

      Quite nice but it's slightly lighter than I'd like X

  3. 23rd January 2014 / 10:57 pm

    this SEEMS like an interesting concept but I think I'd rather use an ACTUAL chalk? Instead of spray. As in the hair chalk I mean like the Anastasia ones?

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    • 27th January 2014 / 5:49 pm

      I think they're both quite good for different reasons X

  4. 24th January 2014 / 9:41 am

    This seems like a koch easier and cleaner way to chalk hair.

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  5. 24th January 2014 / 12:52 pm

    I think £15 is a bit much for what they are but maybe for someone with lighter hair they could possibly last a bit longer, the blue looks great with your hair colour though xx

    Charli | Secrets Behind The Closet Door

  6. 24th January 2014 / 8:11 pm

    I really want to try these but £15 is a bit pricey!

  7. 25th January 2014 / 11:36 am

    Didn't know Bumble and Bumble did these! I agree the blue looks good! Don't know whether I'd be brave enough to try these but I guess they do wash out!


  8. 28th January 2014 / 4:23 pm

    I was all for trying the purple can until you said a can is £15 and I totally went off the idea, that's ridiculously expensive. I do like the idea of a spray chalk though, your pictures are lovely!

    Claudia xx | Beauty and the Chic

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