I love trying new haircare products and my hair is always in the need for a bit of TLC so when I heard about the Paul Mitchell Marula Oil haircare range I knew I had to give it a try. From years of colouring, heat styling and generally not looking after it properly, my hair is always dry, damaged and pretty lifeless.
The Marula Oil shampoo* and conditioner* are said to give intense hydration that smoothes and tames the hair while still providing you with lots of volume. They are ideal for dry, damaged, dull, thick and coarse or unruly hair, I definitely tick a few boxes there! Every time you brush or touch your hair, the MarulaSpheres work by replenishing the hair throughout the day and repairs the surface of every strand leaving it soft, shiny and smooth. The shampoo is sulphate free which makes the formula even kinder for the hair. They sound so impressive but do they actually work?
I learnt the hard way that a little goes a long way. I’m so used to having to use loads of shampoo to get a good lather however two pumps of this shampoo is all you need. I can’t get over just how amazing it smells when using it and on the hair afterwards, there’s a subtle scent lingering. I have found that my hair is a lot easier to brush when it’s wet as it definitely does help with tangles. My hair has a lot of bounce and volume around the roots which isn’t something I usually get. It looks less limp and it is so smooth and soft.
I love the idea of the MarualSpheres working throughout the day and my hair doesn’t feel greasy because of it, it stays looking fresher for longer and I love the results, exactly what my dry, damaged hair needs. If you spot this in your local salon I would definitely check it out. Not only do they have these products but they also have a treatment masque and two types of hair oils all in the gorgeous Marula Oil range. Both of these bottles contain 222ml of product with the shampoo costing £21.95 and the conditioner £23.95.
Have you tried the Marula Oil range before? What’s your favourite Paul Mitchell product?
*This post contains PR samples.