Paul Mitchell Daily Color Care Shampoo and Conditioner Review

PR:  Paul Mitchell first started In 1980, two friends were inspired to create a company that would support the success of hairdressers and provide luxury hair care at an affordable price. With just $700, they launched a revolutionary hair care system with three products: Shampoo One®, Shampoo Two® and The Conditioner™. Today, their dream is a reality. Paul Mitchell®currently produces over 100 products—from award-winning styling and care products to cutting-edge heat styling tools and professional hair color and is available in over 80 countries worldwide. I have been using their Color Care products for this summer and dolls this is a big hit! 

Hey Beautiful Dolls Raise your hand if you die your hair?  Raise your hand if you use products that are specifically made for your color treated hair? *awkwardly slides hand down to the side looking at everyone* I have never really religiously used products that were specifically made for color treated hair. I always go for the products that will help defizz and de-volumnize my hair. So color treated really goes out the window for me typically. I know can firmly say it's really important I have been using the Daily Color Care Shampoo and Conditioner ever since I received it. 

 Now normally  I am due for a major touch up I have a lot of GRAY HAIR! And normally with stress I get more gray hairs and I am dying my hair left and right. Many of you know I have been dealing with my father's health problems alot this past month and half with extended stays in the ICU basically the whole nine yards. So Right now my hair would be more than half of my head would be all gray. I haven't died my hair in 2 months now and so far I can see a few not a whole half of a head full. That leads me to know these products have had some contribution in maintaining  the color while protecting my hair with a natural UV protection. 

Paul Mitchell's Claims on the Shampoo and Conditioner 

 Daily Color Care Shampoo 
Gently cleanses color-treated hair.
Moisturizes, strengthens and boosts shine.
Helps shield strands from the sun and makes color last longer.
  • Sunflower extract provides intense UV protection.
  • Conditioning agents and extracts hydrate
    and add shine.
  • Color-extending formula.

Daily Color Care Conditioner 

Detangles and smoothes color-treated hair.
Leaves hair looking and feeling soft and hydrated.
Provides UVA and UVB protection and helps prevent color from fading.
  • Sunflower extract protects hair from sun damage.
  • Conditioning ingredients and extracts moisturize and boost shine.

My Thoughts

I never knew that color treated products lock in the  moisture and hydrates your hair. So if you have very dry hair I really strongly recommend using products like these to help with the dryness. I have found out from professional salon workers that using color treated products even if you don't have color treated hair will definately give you that extra added beneficiaries to help you with your dry and brittle hair. 
 If your a sun bunny and love being outside under the sun you always want to make sure you are putting your SPF on your skin to protect it from burning and harmful UV rays. It's also very important that you do the same with your hair and scalp to protect them from the harmful UV rays and these products deliver your protection from the UV rays so that's a home run for these products. Then the color that you used on your hair will be extended, while giving you soft manageable hair. It's a great shampoo and conditioner and I love this hair system.

 For the Full collection and range of product types for each hair need head on over to Paul Mitchell's webste and see the great range of selection.

Let me know in the comment section below what products have you tried or want to try from Paul Mitchell and what is your go to favorite hair care brand. You know I need the deets dolls!

Always Remember everyday is your runways so you better work it with 2 snaps snaps and a chimmey to the side.

Until Next Time xoxo,

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