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Posted by 02.16.10



PRODUCT: PAUL MITCHELL HOT OFF THE PRESS THERMAL PROTECTION SPRAY

Taking a flat iron to unprotected hair is like a day at the beach without sunblock.  You couldn’t pay me to do it.  There are loads of products on the market that promise to protect hair from the ravages of heat styling, but that isn’t enough for me.  Part of keeping my hair healthy is minimizing the frequency of washing and flat ironing, so it is imperative that I can eek out maximum time between shampooing and styling.

Hot Off The Press is a great hybrid product, equal parts thermal shield and flexible hold hairspray.  Rice hull extract delivers the main line of defense and wheat proteins strengthen the hair.  An even spritz before the flat iron and a lighter mist immediately after left me with beautiful straight hair that held its shape and volume for four glorious frizz-free days.  Unlike some thermal protection products that need to be applied to damp hair, Hot Off The Press goes on dry hair, making it ideal for stop-gap touch-ups between shampoos.  I also love the citrus scent.

FINAL VERDICT: GGI

Just as I’d never dream of skimping on my sunblock, I spare no expense when it comes to protecting my long hair.  At $14.95 Paul Mitchell Hot Off The Press is a worthwhile addition to any heat styling junkie’s beauty arsenal.

BY WAY OF: GIFTED

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