So, recently, we just found out about this styling product from Uppercut Deluxe, that instead of being in a paste-like substance, it comes in the form of powder. Yes, you read correctly, powder. Today we will be reviewing Uppercut Deluxe Styling Powder.
Powder Vs Paste
First off, Uppercut Deluxe Styling Powder is an interesting take on a styling product, but the idea behind it is not necessarily a good thing.
The real benefit of having a styling powder over a styling paste is that you can bring it up on to the plane as it’s not in a liquid form. Gone were the days where you had to dispose your pomade before getting up the plane. You can now bring it up without much hassle from the airport security. Styling Powder is definitely a good path to take for those who travel often. Other than that, I really can’t recommend getting a powdered version.
A powdery mess
The application of the product is to shake the powder directly onto your hair, it might sound simple, but the chance of applying it unevenly is very high. Also, plenty of powder will be wasted if they missed contact with your hair. I have plenty of wasted powder in my sink mind you. Additionally, those with sensitive noses will inhale said powder easily, making it a very uncomfortable experience overall.
The styling aspect of the hair is simple and functional. My hair length is short and keeping it in place with the powder is relatively easy and is able to hold for the majority of the day. Texture wise, it is rough and dry and could potentially be bad for those with dry frizzy hair.
For $26, is the Uppercut Deluxe Styling Powder Worth it? Only if you are constantly travelling.
A self knockout
The styling powder does the bare minimum of hold and gives you a dry hair look. with plenty of uncomfortable application. I would recommend you to get the Uppercut Deluxe Pomade Review over the powder for your average day to day use (It’s easier to apply & doesn’t dry your hair). I will give Uppercut Deluxe Styling Powder a BRUTAL DISAPPROVE