Thursday, 5 June 2014

Thicker Hair, Happier Animals from Paul Mitchell


Paul Mitchell my hair thanks you.

Over the last year I have been on a bit of  quest to find cruelty free beauty products that really deliver. I'm increasingly uncomfortable with the idea that me prettifying myself leads to an animal being harmed but I do demand a lot from my hair and make up products. 
I believe you can take the cruelty free route and still look totally glamorous and gorgeous. It might take a bit longer to find the products, some of them may cost slightly more but with a bit of perseverance they are out there.
Which is why I was very pleased when Paul Mitchell sent me some of their beautiful hair goodies to try out. Paul Mitchell is not only a rather fabulous salon brand but they have been committed to producing cruelty free products since 1987 and most of their products are vegan too. Who knew? not me and I'm delighted.
The new Ethicool range is not only cruelty free but also environmentally friendly as the company  ensure the production of ingredients like Tea Tree are carbon neutral via their support of Conservation International’s forest carbon programme
So its not poured in bunnies eyes, it wont screw the planet but the big question is will it add any body to the fine brown mist living on my head and masquerading as hair?

In a word yes.I used the Lemon sage shampoo, conditioner and thickening spray and the results have been fantastic.



The smell of this product is lovely, the ingredients include lemon sage, peppermint and tea tree and its as zingy as you would expect.
The best part though is how its left my hair. Thicker, shinier and smelling beautiful.

The packaging has more than a hint of the Bodyshop about it but the bottles are big (300mls in the shampoo and conditioner and 200ml in the thickening spray) I'm a total convert. 
here is my hair minus my hair extensions just blow dried straight-not bad at all

At around £13 a bottle its not cheep but this is a luxury brand not Asdas own and a little goes a long way. You will definitely get a few months out of each product if you only wash your hair three or four times a week.
I'm not only in love with this range because of the quality but also what they represent. 
There is nothing worthy or half assed about these products they deliver on performance without wreaking the planet or being cruel to our furry friends. See it can be done, other brands take note!
You can buy these products from various stockists. The cheapest place I found was beautybay or Amazon.
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*I was gifted these products but the views are my own





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2 comments:

  1. Definitely going to give those a try, I try my best to use beauty (and household) products that aren't tested on animals. I didn't realise that this brand was so good, thanks for sharing :) xx

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  2. Love this brand. I have super fine hair and this stuff does the trick. Amazing value for money too (I'm a tightwad).

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