6 May 2015

Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Hair Care

Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Hair Care Review
When it comes to hair I'll be the first one to hold my hands up and state that I have no idea what I'm doing; washing and conditioning my hair is pretty much as far as I will go. I was never that girl who was into curling their hair and creating different looks, mainly because I could never quite get the hang of it. Even now I'm still very much the same and tend to leave my hair to its own devices however these days I'm much more clued up on what shampoos and conditioners actually leave my hair looking and feeling good as opposed to great on the first day and one sad droopy mess the next. 

Paul Mitchell is one such brand that I'm growing to really quite like at the moment as their products seem to just work for me. Having already purchased the Super Strong shampoo and conditioner at the beginning of the year I found myself being given the opportunity to try out the Paul Mitchell Smoothing* range which was one I was looking forward to trying knowing that I already liked the brand.

Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Hair Care Review

Currently the Smoothing range consists of a few products where today I have a few to share with you. All three of the products have the same lovely fresh scent which immediately makes me think of granny smith apples; delicious! The Super Skinny Daily Shampoo* has been a really nice gentle shampoo that has helped to not only tame any unruly hair but has also ensured that it feels soft and clean without being stripped of natural oils. Whilst the shampoo does have sulphates I haven't found it to cause any problems for me at all, in fact I have noticed that it doesn't seem to lather up as much as other shampoos I have used which is either a good or bad thing depending on which way you look at it. 

The Super Skinny Daily Treatment* is quite simply a conditioner which again like the shampoo does not disappoint as this has honestly left my hair feeling so incredibly soft. When I use this I somehow get the whole 'being at a salon' feel to my hair which is remarkable considering I'm at home in my own shower. Of course like all good hair conditioners this also helps to repair damaged hair and to prevent further damage such as that caused through using heat appliances. 

Both the shampoo and conditioner in conjunction have left my hair feeling so good recently and that's honestly not a claim I can make very often when it comes to hair care products. I've being letting my hair dry naturally a lot in the last year or so which I think has improved the condition of my hair quite a lot anyway yet by incorporating both of these into my routine I feel as though it has had a bit of kick start which was long overdue after a period of simply using whatever I had in the bathroom.

Finally we have here the Super Skinny Serum* which was a product that if I'm honest with you I wasn't all that fussed about initially because like I said at the very beginning of this post, I literally wash my hair and condition it and therefore rarely bother with much else. Having now used this product for myself I can safely say that I think I've found a keeper here as by using just a small pump of this through the ends of my hair after I have washed it I have found that it really has helped to keep my hair more manageable and less frizzy. I'm always worried with this type of product as so often in the past I have used things which have led to my hair feeling weighed down or looking crispy or greasy yet this product causes none of that. Upon reading more about this product in particular I discovered that it had won several beauty awards over the last few years which I think really backed up my thoughts on this.

Overall I think all three of these products together have worked incredibly well and have left me with hair that has actually made me feel nice in the weeks that I have being using them instead of it looking and feeling like a constant battle.

Paul Mitchell products can be purchased from HQHair where you will find a variety of the different range available.
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16 comments

  1. Paul Mitchell does wonders for my hair as well. I love the 'super strong' range - it made my hair a lot healthier! Needless to say the smell of all his products are incredible too.

    Leah xx

    http://theultimateobsessions.blogspot.co.uk/

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  2. danniella josephine6 May 2015 at 10:45

    I absolutely adore Paul Mitchell. My favourite is the instant moisture range. I can't use any other hair care now! :)

    Dannie xx
    famousinjapan.co.uk

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  3. I have never tried this haircare brand before <3 sounds like it will do good to my hair!


    zaras-bowsandpearls.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. I have tried any Paul Mitchell products before but I'm intrigued after reading your post. As my hair gets longer I find it harder to find products that work for. I've recently been loving the B&B Invisible oil range but I'm searching for something slightly more affordable for everyday use, this range sounds perfect xx

    http://www.rinicawrites.com

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  5. I do love Paul Mitchell, and the name is a bit off putting as I'd want anything but skinny hair haha. But this does sound like a good range!

    Annabel ♥
    Mascara & Maltesers

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  6. I have never heard of Paul Mitchell before, but these sounds pretty good! Skinny hair sounds pretty intriguing haha


    www.jennieemma.co.uk

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  7. I haven't tried any of their products, but I really love that Paul Mitchell is a cruelty-free brand, and this range sounds really good! xxx
    www.justemma.co.uk - natural beauty, affordable fashion, everyday life

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  8. I'm exactly the same when it comes to hair! All of these sound lovely, especially the conditioner :) xx

    Toasty

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  9. I'm a fan of Paul Mitchell anyway and trying this range out only confirmed that to me :) x

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  10. Yes me too! They show that hair care can be good, it doesn't have to be tested on animals at all! (Nothing does) x

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  11. It's an odd name isn't it, I struggle to see how it relates to the actual product x

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  12. Yes I know what you mean there, the name of it is strange, they should have just stuck with smoothing x

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  13. I've not tried hardly anything from Bumble and Bumble, what I have tried have been small samples so it's hard to gauge over time x

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  14. I love this brand Zara! x

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  15. I haven't tried that range Danniella, I will make a note of it and maybe give that a whirl next time I make a purchase x

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  16. That's the range I very first purchased and I really did like it, I've being saving it to use every now and then x

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