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I have to be honest- I felt hugely let down by this product. I have tried literally hundreds of different hair products, various types of serum being something I have tried loads of. I was really looking forward to trying the gloss drops- but I was totally disappointed. The formula is thick and extremely sticky. The smell is disgustingly sweet and for me really off-putting. My hairdresser swore that this product would stop my hair from frizzing in wet weather-wrong. It did nothing of the sort. It is like putting thick cooking oil onto your hair. And yes, I only used half a pump for my shoulder-length hair, so a tiny amount. I have tried using less and more, but always get the same outcome- horrid, oily, sticky, not shiny hair. I will definitely be sticking with my Kerastase serum! This was a huge waste of money and although it would last ages if I liked it, it will be chucked in the bin= waste of money!
Described as a frizz-free defining polish, Paul Mitchell Gloss Drops really do work. They are suitable for all hair types, and contain the Activated Moisturizing and Shine Blend of Hawaiian awapuhi, chamomile, henna, rosemary, aloe vera and jojoba. You can use the gloss drops on dry or towel dried hair. Use one drop for fine hair, two for medium, or three for thick. Although they are expensive (around £9.99 for a 100ml), you only need to use the smallest amount, so the bottle lasts for quite along time. The pump dispenser makes sure you use exactlty the right amount, there is no guesswork involved. They do not smell girlie either, so both men and women can use them. I use three drops on my long, naturally curly, frizzy hair after I have washed it and whilst it is still damp, but not soaking wet. This way I find I am able to comb it through (it would only frizz if I tried to comb it though my hair when it is dry) and spread it out evenly. At first I thought that three drops would not be sufficient, but surprisingly enough, it is just the right amount. It feels light on the hair and smoothes out the frizz without weighing it down or making it look greasy. My friend has the opposite hair type to me. Straight hair, which is not what you would call frizzy, but tends to have those little flyaway bits. She uses a couple of drops on her hair after she has dried and styled it, and it smoothes down the flyaway bits, and makes it look really shiny. Paul Mitchell products are not tested on animals, which is a big plus. If you can afford to treat yourself, I would say it is definitely worth trying these gloss drops. They will last for ages (unless the whole family takes a liking to them, which is what has happened in this house!), and will make your hair look smooth and incredibly shiny.
Paul Mitchells gloss drops is the best find ever. If like me you have got permed or naturally curly hair you will find that after blow-drying you need that something extra to make it look it's absolute best well this stuff is great. It's a liquid thats a cross between serum ang gel, you rub it hard between your hands and apply it straight to your hair and scrunch, it makes your hair really shiny and removes all signs of frizzing. Believe me this stuff really works, I've got blonde ( natural ) hair and it looks so dull and thin after i've washed it but this stuff really makes it look more alive and kicking. It's not cheap at £9.95 but it will last you a good year even used on a daily basis. Trust me this stuff is good, it can be found in most leading hair salons or on the Paul Mitchell website. By the way in my photo i hadn't used it so don't go by that unless you're looking for the haystack look. UPDATE. Yesterday I purchased Paul Mitchell's shampoo 1 for permed or chemically processed hair. It cost £4.40 and has got a lovely coconut smell to it, and you only need a small dollop of it so should last well. Just thought I would share that (really useful??) with you all.