35 Years of Black and White
In 1980, hairdresser Paul Mitchell and business partner John Paul Dejoria started Paul Mitchell® Luxury Hair Care with just $700. Launching first in the US market with a quartet of products in black and white packaging, as colour was too expensive. Seven systems and 130 products later the iconic global brand is celebrating 35 years on the planet.
A true visionary, Paul’s creative talent and ethos helped to transform the face of hairdressing; in 1980 Paul Mitchell® became the first professional beauty company to announce they don’t conduct or endorse animal testing.
We invite you to join us in celebrating 35 years of Paul Mitchell® with Limited Edition Bonus Bags featuring the man himself. Enjoy your favourite shampoo and conditioner duo in a vintage style bag with up to 16% off, PLUS we make a donation on your behalf to our chosen charity Pancreatic Cancer UK (reg. charity number 1112708).
Pack Like a Pro
There’s nothing like the giddy excitement of an upcoming getaway and having nothing else in mind but sand, sea and sangria. Once the tickets are booked, all that’s left to complete your well-styled trip is a selection of jet-set-friendly beauty products.
Although you may not be working for the week, ensure you pack the beauty products that will. Tick all the boxes and pack like a pro by including these multi-tasking, beautifying products from Paul Mitchell® to make your job of being a sun-kissed beauty, easy…
Beauty with a Heart
Woman Magazine recommends Tea Tree Lavender Mint Moisturizing Shampoo for beauty that gives back!
Celebrate Earth Month With Us
Celebrate Earth Month by joining Paul Mitchell® Tea Tree in The Green Takeover and help us reach a total of 300,000 trees planted by the end of April 2015.
For the second year in row, Tea Tree, the eco-conscious brand from Paul Mitchell® is partnering with Reforest’Action, a Paris-based environmental organization that plants trees worldwide to reforest areas in need. This year, in honour of Earth Month, we’ve made it our goal to reach a total of 300,000 trees planted by April 30, 2015 with the support of enthusiasts near and far. We’re urging the Tea Tree community to get involved in The Green Takeover by going online to plant a FREE tree.