Paul MItchell Shampoo Three Reviews

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  • 10

    Absolutely AWESOME

    I luv this stuff!!!! I use it after I go in the pool and it doesn't make my hair turn green . I have Blondel and that's why I use this. — 2 years ago
    prettylady01 | 21 reviews

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  • 10

    Great Shampoo

    I really like this clarifying shampoo. It has great lather and feels great in my hair. — 3 years, 1 month ago
    curlylyn | 18 reviews

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  • 9

    Good for hair disasters!

    Oh my goodness. I've been waiting to post about this for a few days just so I could calm down. For those of you who read this blog regularly, you'll know that I do not colour my hair. I do however use a clear gloss by Matrix called Prizms Plus. On Sunday I want to one of the beauty supplies and was buying the new Paul Mitchell Lavender Mint Moisturizing Shampoo & Conditioner (more on that lat...read moreer, but just know now that it is fabulous). Well, I was also there to pick up some more of the gloss. Only I decided that I would get the 'Natural Copper' shade (my hair is naturally auburn) just to give it a little extra vibrancy, something 'noticeably - unnoticeable'. This stuff is just semi-permanent and my hair is totally virgin so I thought everything would be dandy. Only it wasn't. Cut to Sunday night in my bathroom... my husband comes in as I'm mutli-tasking-beautifying and asks "Are you dyeing your hair?!" "NO! I don't dye my hair, it's a colour gloss" But things were not looking good, they were looking a little carrot-y, and it only got worse. I washed my hair 8 times in attempt to loose some of the colour but to no avail. When I got out, my hair was orange-red. I could hardly sleep that night scared to go to work, I woke up multiple times and kept thinking to myself - 'you look like Ronald McDonald!' Anyway (and we are coming to the product solution soon) I went back to the beauty supply on Monday and got the low down from some professional hair stylists. (Note to self -I'm an esthetician, I shouldn't pretend I know hair colour!) Since it was just colour depositing things were going to be ok, eventually. To fix the situation without damaging my hair they told me NOT to use a colour lifter or peroxide developer but to just use Paul Mitchell's Shampoo 3. This stuff is a great clarifying shampoo that I already use, I really like to use it prior to deep conditioning and in this situation it has helped me to wash away pigment in just a few days opposed to the four weeks it would probably take on it's own. I was also lucky because red pigment fades the quickest anyway. (Just make sure to really deep condition your hair afterword, this stuff not only gets rid of product buildup but also your natural oils. It's just a good occasional shampoo but a great solution for too dark or just down right bad hair colour. Luckily, my hair is very healthy and is handling this kind of torment rather well. Well, that was a long story... just keep this little nugget of info in the back of your mind in case you ever need it. — 5 years, 1 month ago
    mikaela | 92 reviews

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  • 10

    Paul Mitchell Shampoo Three

    I LOVE Paul Mitchell Shampoo Three and have been using it for about 7 year. I have long hair and the end seem to get the build up on them sooner than the rest of my hair. I swear by this shampoo and have no problem getting a good lather. And the scent is wonderful. I don't swim in a chlorinated pool, but only use it to reduce the build up of other product on my hair. — 6 years, 1 month ago
    phaddad | 5 reviews

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  • 10

    Great for a deep cleanse!

    I would recommend this to anyone that is in the pool a lot! It is great mixed with Shampoo 2 to make what Paul Mitchell Hair Dressers call Shampoo 5. It gives your hair a great clean inside and out. Note: This will strip some color from your hair so don't use it often if you hair is colored. The reason it doesn't lather is the same with most Paul Mitchell shampoos. It doesn't have the harsh chemic...read moreal that makes the shampoo lather but don't worry it cleans your hair better than anything out there! — 6 years, 1 month ago
    txan0885 | 12 reviews

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  • 1

    Avoid this overly harsh shampoo!

    A hair stylist sold this shampoo to me years ago when I requested a shampoo to remove chlorine from my hair after swimming. It turned out to be one of the worst shampoos I have ever used, and I switched stylists. This shampoo does not lather well, smells terrible, and leaves my hair feeling stripped, dry, and tangly. There are better clarifying shampoos that aren't so harsh. Ingredients: Water,...read more Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Disodium Cocoamphodiacetate, Urea, Magnesium Sulfate, Sodium Thiosulfate, Bisamino PEG/PPG-41/3 Aminoethyl PG-Propyl Dimethicone/Glutamine/Tyrosine/Leusine/Cysteine/Glycine/Comfrey/Plantain/Wheat Protein/PEG-12 Dimethicone, Sodium Borate, Sulfated Castor Oil, Magnesium Carbonate, Tetrasodium EDTA, Trisodium HEDTA, Disodium EDTA-Copper, DMDM Hydantoin, Iodopropynyl Butylcarbarnate, Fragrance. — 6 years, 7 months ago
    zernelle | 130 reviews

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