Paul Mitchell Colour Repair Range | Review

Haircare is something that has always been important to me, and finding the right products to cater for what your hair wants and needs isn't always easy. It's almost like 'kissing a few frogs until you find your prince', and in terms of haircare, that's something that I have struggled with.

 Just to give you a backstory, I have normal to dry hair, which has been coloured and often tends to lose moisture. I was on the hunt for something that would help to protect and repair my troubled tresses, and while maintaining the colour and giving it the love that it needs.

That's where the Paul Mitchell Ultimate Colour Repair* range stepped in.

Paul Mitchell were kind enough to send me their Ultimate Colour Repair range to try out and the range consists of the Colour Repair Shampoo, Conditioner & Triple Resist Heat Resistant Spray, which I've really been enjoying so far. Specially for coloured hair, the products are formulated with Quinoa, which has reparative properties and helps to lock in colour while strengthening and adding shine to the hair. 

I didn't know too much about quinoa or the benefits that it can have for your hair, but after doing a bit of research, I discovered that quinoa is high in amino acids and is a great source of protein for the hair. It penetrates the hair cortex and forms a protective shield around the follicle, which helps to retain moisture and lock in colour. The range is also sulphate and paraben free, provides UV protection and helps to make the hair soft, shiny and easy to manage. 

I've really enjoyed incorporating the Ultimate Colour Repair range into my haircare routine. For the last few weeks, I've been using the shampoo, followed by the conditioner, and then I've been spritzing the Triple Resist spray into my damp hair and using it before I do any styling. The Triple Resist is a dual-phase spray that consists of two layers. The top layer works as a heat protect spray which protects the hair from excess heat damage, and the bottom layer contains the Quinoa Repair Complex, which helps to add shine and lustre back into the hair. The spray gives the best results when it's been properly mixed before use, so remember to shake well before you spritz! 

Overall, I've really been enjoying the Ultimate Colour Repair range and am surprised that it's the first of Paul Mitchell products that I've tried! I find the my colour has been looking bright and vibrant, and overall my hair has been softer and more manageable for longer.

Paul Mitchell is a salon quality brand, so the products are priced at a slightly higher price point than the high street (the shampoo is priced at £17.50, the conditioner and heat protector spray at £17.95) but the results and the current condition of my hair speaks for itself, so it gets a thumbs up from me! 

Have you tried the Colour Repair range or anything else from Paul Mitchell? What were your thoughts?

Disclaimer : This post contains PR samples. Anything marked with a * was either sent or gifted to me by companies to try out and possibly review. I only accept products that I think I will use, and that I only mention things that I would actually recommend to you. All opinions are 100% my own.


  1. Your photos in this post are amazing! I'm always looking for a new heat protectant spray, this one sounds so beneficial and I might just have to get my hands on it!

    1. Thank you Lauren! That means a lot - let me know if you do try out the spray! :)