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Guest Review: Schwartzkopf’s OSIS Dust It

Schwartzkopf’s “Dust It” is my new favorite volumizing product that allows you to do pretty much whatever you want to your otherwise boring and lifeless hair.

What is It?

The answer to every girl’s dream; guys will love the versatility of this product as well! “Dust it” is a mattifying powder that adds texture and volume to the hair. It’s ultra lightweight, and once sprinkled in, it provides movement, separation, and volume to all hair types. You can lift, separate, and tease as you like and if you want a stronger hold, just keep on adding more product as you go!

How to Use It:

Lightly sprinkle the powder on dry hair or into the palms of your hands, rub together, and then comb through your hair with your fingers. I like to section out my hair with a comb, and tap  powder throughout the sections. If you want to use “Dust It” for volume, sprinkle it on the roots of your crown. Massage the product into your hair, then pull the root of the hair upwards (this will give your hair more volume if it’s flat, or separation if it’s short and layered).

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Pros:

*Great to use if your hair is dirty or greasy. The matte powder absorbs extra oil residue and will give the hair a more clean finish.

*Has a light hold. It doesn’t dry hard like a gel, but it’s nice because throughout the day, you can lift and mold the hair without the product getting sticky or flakey.

* The bottle is small, so you can take it wherever you go! When I say wherever, ladies- it’s so tiny you can fit it in your clutch for a girl’s night out. No one likes boring, flat hair!

* “Dust It” will not rob your pockets. The average price is $22, at most retail locations. Although the bottle is small, you need very little to get your desired result, so this will last you a long time.

Cons:

*Brunettes Beware: This white powder may show up in your hair if not rubbed in properly. Make sure you really massage it in, so that the product can be absorbed into the hair in order for it to blend properly.

*It does leave a little bit of a sticky residue, so if you are one who enjoys being able to run your hands through your hair, just use less of this product!

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1 Comment

  • Reply j. wacek July 25, 2011 at 9:18 pm

    It would sure be nice if one of the web pages would list the ingredients that are in the product Oasis-Dust It Powder

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