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Paul Mitchell Hot Off The Press Review
Today I want to talk about one of my favorite styling products. I use it at home on myself, and every single day in the salon on every single person whose hair I flat iron or curl. It’s a product from Paul Mitchell’s Express Style line called Hot Off The Press.
Hot Off The Press is an amazing thermal protection spray. It’s aerosol, so it mists on weightlessly and dries instantly, which is important because you want your hair to be 100% dry before touching a flat iron or curling iron to it! This spray has a flexible hold, so it helps keep down fly-aways without making your hair stiff or crunchy. You can even run a brush through it afterward without any resistance or product flaking.
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Another key feature about Hot Off The Press is that helps create a barrier against humidity, which we LOVE here in Seattle! This is one of those products that when I spray it on a client’s hair, they say “Oooh, that smells so good, what is that?” It feels clean, smells fresh, makes your hair look fabulous and shiny, and I just love it! This is a holy grail product for a lot of my clients, and one that they stock up on during their visit to the salon, and buy over and over.
Bonus: You can also use this amazingly versatile product to protect your hands and stop burning them when flat ironing. It’s not just me that does that every time I use a hot iron on my hair, right?
It retails for $17.25, and it is well worth every penny. You can buy Hot Off The Press online at Loxa Beauty, or at any salon that carries Paul Mitchell products.
When you’re buying professional products, make sure to buy them from a professional. Many professional brands, such as Paul Mitchell, ONLY sell their products to salons and licensed hair stylists. Loxa Beauty is the ONLY online retailer authorized to sell authentic Paul Mitchell products.
You might see some PM products at the grocery store or other chain store, but those are black market. Oftentimes these products are old, stolen, counterfeit or tampered with, and they even cost more! Paul Mitchell calls this “diverted product” and even asks you to report stores where you see it on the shelves. You can read more about diverted product on PM’s website.
Anyway, if you use heat on your hair, you should try out this spray. If you go to a salon where they carry PM products, ask your stylist to use it on you and let me know what you think! It’s one of the top sellers at my salon and my clients love it!
Have you used it before? Leave me a comment and tell me about it!