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Q:Why is this dusting powder so much more expensive than the other two year round ones and the seasonal ones?Asked on 1/26/2015 by Ro from Rochester, NY
A:The price reflects the ingredients and work put into in all of our awesome products, so the price of Lustre reflects what can be found in the dusting powder.Answered on 2/13/2015 by Meg from LUSH Direct
A:It's the ingredients used. Jasmine oil is really expensive, also the gold
luster may be tricky to produce. Be aware that is a very small bottle,
shorter than a tub of ocean salt or any of the larger tubs.Answered on 1/26/2015 by Anonymous
Q:Can this be used as a dry shampoo?Asked on 10/28/2014 by REL from Duluth, MN
A:This product was made for the body in mind. However, the corn flour and talc could act like a dry shampoo. Everyone has different hair so, if you find that this works as a dry shampoo then go for it.Answered on 11/6/2014 by Jeanine from LUSH Direct
A:No it is not a dry shampoo.....it is a nice soft glittering body powder.Answered on 10/29/2014 by Anonymous
A:I would not recommend it for that, but I don't know a lot about dry shampoo. This product has a glittery sheen, so you might not like it in your hair. It's awesome on skin, though!Answered on 10/29/2014 by Anonymous
A:I would definitely NOT use this as a dry shampoo - unless you want to look like a 14 karat gold alien. This is an extremely glittery powder that transfers very easily. I use a dusting brush to smooth over my skin and a tiny dusting goes a long, long way.Answered on 10/28/2014 by Anonymous
Q:Can this be used as a dry shampoo?Asked on 10/23/2014 by REL from Duluth, MN
A:No it shouldn't be used as a dry shampoo, because of the glitter that's in it. Although, you're definitely welcome to try!Answered on 11/14/2014 by Anonymous