Friday, July 29, 2011

OSiS Dust It VS Clynol Powder Punch.

Hey Lovelies.

Today I'm going to be giving you my thoughts on these two products. The OSiS Dust It Matte Texture Dust, and the Clynol Powder Punch Texture Powder.

They are basically both the same product, that are awesome for mattifying your roots, as well as adding volume and texture.

OSiS Dust It: Clynol Play With Me Powder Punch A powder pack of energy Clynol's new Powder Punch texture powder is fantastic stuff! As the latest addition to our Play with Me styling range this little pot of product delivers guts and hold for guys and girls alike - and is small enough to carry in your handbag or briefcase! Transform your look to match your game: rework restyle and keep 100% control of your look - anytime anywhere... You'll love the separation and hold with a matt finish making Powder Punch a super versatile styler.

Clynol Powder Punch: OSiS Dust It Mattifying Powder Feel the difference - Perfect for root volume! Schwarzkopf Osis Dust It Mattifying Powder is an innovative powder consistency that can be applied direct to the hair or rub through with your hands. It provides a matt finish with lightweight texture and separation - OSiS Control Level of 1 for Light Control. Its amazing formula is suitable for all hair types. Schwarzkopf Osis Dust It Mattifying Powder doesn't affect the natural movement of hair and provides light natural style control. How to use: ?Sprinkle small amount of powder into your palms and rub together. Rake through dry hair and lift into style for a matt finish and natural touch.

My Thoughts: Both of these products are very similar, from the packaging to what they do. They are packaged in a small container, containing 10g of product, and there are small holes at the top of the tub where you pour the dust from.

The powder has a weird feeling, it feels very dry and matte on the fingers, but works wonders on the roots. I like to sprinkle it in, and then ruffle my fingers through my hair, it instantly adds super volume and makes the hair look very matte, so it acts as a dry shampoo if you have oily roots.

I like both products, and they aren't too different, but I prefer the OSiS a little more than the Clynol because it doesn't feel as heavy in the hair, and is easier to manage, where as the Clynol feels quite strong and it's a little more difficult to work your fingers through the hair.

Both products hold well and create great volume and texture though, but I would recommend the OSiS. I personally prefer it, and it's cheaper too!

PR Samples.

1 comment:

KIM said...

I'm very curious at the Osis dust