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July 23 2014

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Take a Powder

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Bumble-Pret-a-PowderIf the Spring 2014 runways are any indication, tousled strands aren’t going anywhere anytime soon.

From matte, textured hair at Alexander Wang to dreamily imperfect updos at Dolce & Gabbana and Rochas, undone is the word on everyone’s lips this season. And Bumble and Bumble’s Prêt-à-Powder is just the ticket for achieving it.

The New York brand was one of the forerunners in the dry shampoo craze—launching its cult-classic colored Hair Powders in 1999. Now the original aerosols have been given new life in the form of this finely milled, translucent powder that vanishes into any hue. Formulated using clay and oat flour, Prêt-à-Powder absorbs oils, plumps strands, and even revives Monday’s blow-out with aplomb. Unlike so many hair powders that leave behind a white residue, the featherweight formula adds body and a nonshiny finish (hello, Bardot!) without leaving a trace of tangible buildup. Sprinkle liberally, brush it out, and apply even more for sex kitten hair with just a touch of grit.

Photo: Courtesy of Bumble & Bumble

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