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Paul Mitchell Super Sculpt

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Paul Mitchell Super Sculpt

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This is a great product!!


from Undisclosed

Comments about Paul Mitchell Super Sculpt:

The Paul Mitchell super sculpt is a great hair product. The super sculpt gel provides a firm hold that will make your hair style last throughout the day. This gel does not make your hair feel dry or crunchy. But it does only take a little bit. I have very long hair and I only use about a nickel size amount. I recommend buying this.

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Super Sculpt keeps my waves wavy without frizzing!


from Detroit, MI

Comments about Paul Mitchell Super Sculpt:

**Paul Mitchell Super Sculpt**


As I get older, my wavy locks started getting more wavy.  In fact, in some places I would say that they are getting so wavy, my hair is starting to curl.   During a recent trip to my hairstylist, I explained how I was growing tired of blow drying and straightening my hair everyday yet when I leave it to dry on its own, I would get thick, frizzy, unruly waves.  I needed a product that would help me control the waves without looking stiff or greasy like most mousse and gel products do.

My hairstylist recommended **Paul Mitchell Super Sculpt**.  I'm a big fan of *Paul Mitchell* products and always like trying out new things.  I bought a bottle of **Paul Mitchell Super Sculpt** and used it the very next day.

A few reasons why **Super Sculpt** works great:

- Flexible Style Hold (doesn't hold stiff like mousse or most gels)

- Dries quickly without feeling sticky!

- Allows my waves to have body without the frizz

- Adds volume with control

After my shower in the morning, I pat dry my hair leaving it damp.  After I brush it, I applied a dab of **Super Sculpt** in my palm and ran it through my hair.  Since my hair is very long and thick, I separate it into 3 sections and apply a dab and run through each section.     After applying my make up and getting dressed, the **Super Sculpt** has had time to dry and I finish styling my hair.

The** Super Sculpt by Paul Mitchell**works great!  My wavy hair looks tame and shiny all day long without the weight and greasiness of a gel or mousse product.  According to my hairstylist, the reason why the **Super Sculpt by Paul Mitchell** works so great without making hair stiff is that it's not a gel or a mousse but a glaze that works just as well, sometimes better.

Of course, *Paul Mitchell* products are not as cheap as most store bought hair products but I have found that the quality of the product far outweighs the cost making *Paul Mitchell* hair products priceless.

If you have wavy or curly hair that you would like to tame without the heaviness of a gel or stiffness of a mousse, check out **Super Sculpt by Paul Mitchell**, this glaze just might be the answer to your unruly problems!




Low end salon product


from San Jose, CA

Comments about Paul Mitchell Super Sculpt:

As with all Paul Mitchell products, they are touted as salon products and are only sold in salons. While that may be true, I find that most of their hair styling products are equivalent to most drug store brands. The super sculp does not break that trend.

The Super Clean Sculpting Gel is very clean going on. Leaves no residue and has almost no noticable smell. It does not reak of chemicals, but it has virtually no hold for out of control hair. It works better in wet/damp hair, not so well with dry hair. And worst of all, it will flake if your hair is manipulated after it has dried. Wetting your hair helps a little, but will flake again when dry. 

I would pay a little bit more to get a higher end salon product or just pay less and use a drug store brand. There are salon products that are sold in drug stores that are better than Paul Mitchell. American Crew and Short Sexy Hair are just two that come to mind. 

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