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Hair Boost with Got2b's Powder'ful

Posted Mar 12 2012 12:00am
One of the drawbacks to having long locks is that your roots start to lack volume. All that long, luscious hair creates a lot of weight, and if you have thick hair like me, your roots can feel extremely flat. Adding layers to your cut can help remove some of the weight without sacrificing too much length, but that's not always enough.

I've tried root-boosting sprays, gels, and mousses to add more oomph to my hair, but short of teasing my locks on a regular basis (which I don't want to do), I'm not left with many options.


I saw this at Walgreens last week and decided to give it a try. The packaging says this powder adds texture to your hair to create maximum volume at the roots. All  you're supposed to do is sprinkle some powder into your palm and rub your hands together, and then rub the product into your hair, focusing on the roots. You can sprinkle it directly onto your roots for extra volume, and use your fingers to disperse the powder.

It's actually from the same company that makes . I can't vouch for what the OSIS powder looks like, but I'm going to assume it looks just like this powder
Got2b Powder'ful

The product is a finely milled white powder, similar to rice powder or a really fine loose facial powder. It starts to feel a little tacky when you rub your hands together, and all but disappears. There's a bit of a white trace left on my hands before applying the product to my hair. 



At this point I rubbed the powder into my hair, focusing on the roots and mainly around the crown. 



My hair definitely felt like it had more texture, sort of like beach hair. I noticed a bit of volume on my roots, but nothing quite like the model photo on the packaging. At $6.00 it's an affordable option, especially compared to paying anywhere from $10-$20 for the same amount of product in the OSIS packaging. I need a little more time to use the powder and find the right amount to use in my hair, since I've only used it a few times. 


Have you tried Got2b's Powder'ful? What's your favorite product for adding volume to your hair? 
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