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on 6 August 2014
I was introduced to this product at the hairdressers. It is much cheaper to buy it through Amazon than from a salon. This powder provides greater styling ability providing root lift - also, I have a double crown and this stuff stops my hair from parting. There is another product made by Kevin Murphy which comes in a red container if you want a stronger hold.
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on 29 March 2014
Recommend this product to anyone with short fine hair-the tiniest amount sprinkled on dry hair gives super volume and control. Effect last for days hair very manageable
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on 19 February 2016
Pretty average stuff and very expensive for what it actually is?
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on 14 August 2011
This product is inspired! I have very fine hair which I have highlighted regularly. My stylist had a Powder Puff in the salon and finished my hair by applying it to my crown. Applied at the roots it volumises the hair giving a "back combed" effect without the combing. I then bought one to use at home: squirt it into the roots of your hair and then tousle your hands through your hair. Salon applied you get the lift and the shine. Applied at home, it looks more "messy and tousled" which is more my look anyway. It's sort of a volumiser - no waxy stuff, no crispy look. My hair just looks "fuller". Also I can keep one in my bag to top up later. One thing I don't know is how it might work for a dark haired person. Think Meg Ryan for those old enough to remember!
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on 25 August 2014
Its just a glorified dry shampoo. For that it is extortionately expensive! The bottle arrived 2/3 filled, which is probably normal. You need alot of it and the small bottle empties rapidly. It has an awful smell to it, just like any other cheap dry shampoo and it leaves the hair with the same unattractive white veil. After a while the powder totally weighs down the hair and makes it look very unnatural and difficult to style. I used it with straighteners eventually and that worked ok, but I don't want to expose my fine hair to additional heat treatments just to warrant this expensive powder puff. In summary I wouldn't recommend it for fine hair, but then again fine hair is were a working lifting solution is most needed.
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on 23 January 2016
This product is fantastic. Shake it over dried hair, use your hands to scrunch it in and it will create kick and volume. I have fine, curly hair and when straightened it can get flat - this product more than fixes the problem. When my seemingly endless container finishes I will absolutely be replacing it.
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on 14 December 2011
The product comes out of the container to quickly so it's difficult to apply the right amount. It's not a bad product but it's just not as good as its rival.. I had been using Label M resurrection dust but wanted a cheaper alternative but it's true what they say 'you get what you pay for! I would recommend Label M over Powder Puff so pay the extra coz you're worth it ..... Kevin Murphy Powder Puff 14g[[ASIN:B004WCUVOM Kevin Murphy Powder Puff 14g
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