Reddit Reddit reviews Got2b Powder'ful Volumizing Styling Powder, 0.35 Ounce

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Got2b Powder'ful Volumizing Styling Powder, 0.35 Ounce
Get Volume in an instantThe powder disappears but still worksEasy to applyLong-Lasting10 Seconds to VolumeFor an even bigger volume boost, shake the powder directly into your hairDistribute into dry hair, focusing on the roots for an instant root boost and volumeVolumizing styling powder
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11 Reddit comments about Got2b Powder'ful Volumizing Styling Powder, 0.35 Ounce:

u/JoshPhotoshop · 10 pointsr/malehairadvice

I hate to reiterate this, but the link TELLS YOU the product to use!

However, if you've tried it and it didn't work try using a volumizing powder... this one gives me a look sort of similar. It has a stickiness to it when applied but my hair is still malleable and sort of fluffy.

u/birthday-party · 5 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

(sorry to interrupt this thread) I have the same feeling, and I haven't used the Marc Anthony product -- but I do have some good product suggestions.

I like using a volumizing mousse and/or a hair powder to give my hair grip and volume without a stitch of extra oiliness. I find that most thickening/styling creams tend to weigh my hair down, which makes my hair look fuller but fall flat later in the day. Root spray will do good things for me, but only in combination with something a little stronger.

I use a mousse nearly every time my hair is wet. If I want more volume or to do something when my hair is still squeaky-clean, I supplement with a powder/spray to give it the texture to hold. They are also good to fluff up your hair if/when it falls.

Favorite mousses:

  • Drybar's Southern Belle mousse: Sort of a strong smell if you're sensitive to that. Volume, but I can run my hands through it. I've been using this every day.

  • Kerastase Resistance Volumactive: Recommended by my hairdresser. The most powerful mousse I've used, with good hold. Doesn't leave your roots particularly soft but is volumizing magic (and is not usually this expensive).

  • Aveda Phomollient - Leaves hair soft and full. This is the most minimal hold of the three.

  • Runners-up: Bumble and bumble Full Form mousse (Works very well, runs out VERY quickly), Big Sexy Hair Root Pump Plus (Effective, but a little crunchy-feeling).

    Hair powder:

  • L'Oreal Professionel True Grip: Love this. My personal favorite. Lasts longer than you'd think, even though it's so small. Doubles as dry shampoo.

  • Schwarzkopf Dust It: Works well for styling/pulling hair up. A little denser than the True Grip.

  • Got2B Powderful: The cheapest, and it's magic. Also made by Schwarzkopf. Holds its own against the other two.

  • Runner-up: Bumble and bumble Pret-a-Powder (pricy, smells good, soft... but just not as good as the others as a texturizer or dry shampoo).

    Texturizing spray: This stuff, sprayed at the roots, will fluff up any hair, any time. Works well for volume and for getting styles to hold.

  • HOLY GRAIL PRODUCT ALERT: Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray. Hold up hair, spray at roots, drop hair, roots stay up. Great for fluffing up a ponytail or boosting limp afternoon/next-day hair.

u/triplee9 · 2 pointsr/malehairadvice

It looks pretty matte, so you could either just go for a volume powder which are pretty cheap and since you dont have that much hair it would help them look like "more". I am currently using Schwarzkopf Osis Mess up wax, and it is great! Good hold and a matte look.

It is also a lot (3,4 oz) I got one pack of it for like 4 months now, and it's half empty.

u/perfectdrug659 · 2 pointsr/FancyFollicles

Try using a volumizing powder! They work quite good, I use this one, and it was only about $4

u/josephlucas · 2 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

I have very fine hair, and I use a volumizing shampoo and volumizing powder. The shampoo doesn't do too much, but it does help. The powder is amazing, I think it works by making your hair kind of staticky, makes it stand up better. Because of that, I always have to use it with some other styling product to keep it from looking like I got electrocuted.

u/misdy · 1 pointr/HaircareScience

This one?

How do these make your hair feel? I assume you use these when your hair is dry?

u/blue_cash · 1 pointr/Hair

I use dust/powder (whatever you want to call it) and love the staying power it gives me. They also add thickness if your hair is thin which is great.
OSiS has a great one if you want to spent a bit more on the good stuff. Got2b is my current favourite because I'm on a budget. If you're health conscious about the types of products you use Surface has a to die for product and it is my absolute favourite when I want to splurge. The whole Surface line is amazing too!

Edit: don't be thrown off by the product names. Some say mattifying, some volumizing, some styling ... but they're all really the same multifunctional product.

u/TooGothToFunction · 1 pointr/FancyFollicles

Australia is generally more expensive for beauty products in general, which is why I'm boycotting large companies and using lots of natural stuff (as mentioned in my other post).

It's more about finding out the right combination for you, and less about spending money on high-end products. Here is a volume powder which I did a quick search for on Amazon. I'm guessing you're in America?

u/Poeptal · 1 pointr/FancyFollicles

I always blow dry my hair when I come out of the shower. When I do so, I put some mouse in my hair, and I use a round brush. Once my hair is dry, I use a volumizing powder on the roots ([this one] (

If my bangs are not cooperating, I use my straighter and some hairspray afterward.

I hope that helped :)