Royal Apothic Parliamentary Hair Powder

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  • Key ingredients: corn starch, clay, rice powder, tapioca root starch, silica, fragrance
  • 1.5 oz
  • USA

Holland Park: inspired by one of the most peaceful park in central London, this soft floral scent features top notes of lemon, magnolia and peach, middles notes of jasmine, orange and muguet and a base of powdery white musk

  • Style #: 23918428

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Rated 4 out of 5 by Smells Great and Works Well as a Volumizer I have used both this product and the Skinny Skinny dry shampoo. I have a hard time not comparing this one to the Skinny Skinny brand. I absolutely love the floral scent of this hair powder!! I actually like the smell of this product a lot more than the Skinny Skinny products that I have tried. I must admit that it makes my hair look less greasy and much fuller when I skip shampooing my hair. I would have given this product an excellent rating, but it seems to leave behind a lot more residue than the Skinny Skinny brand. After using both this brand and the Skinny Skinny brand, I have decided that they both have a place in my beauty routine. I think that this one will be used on days that I intend to wear my hair up because the residue it leaves behind nicely prepares my hair for fun teased updos. On days that I want my hair to look clean/wear it down I will choose the Skinny Skinny dry shampoo. March 20, 2012
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How to Measure

Bust

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Natural Waist

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Drop Waist

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Hips

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Inseam

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Rings

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