Nothing special, not enough moisture and not worth the trouble. Clogged my follicles and left my scalp itchy and oily
I was traveling at at Marriott for about 6 weeks. They had this shampoo there, and I fell in love with it. This product removes ALL buildup without drying out hair and cleanses really, really well as a daily shampoo, leaving a nice soft blow out. I can be heavy handed with gels and leave-ins, but this does a great job removing all product from my curly hair without over drying or over moisturizing.
Penny Pincher Tip: Sally's makes a perfect knock-off of this for $5 - called "Generic Value Product (GVP) Compare to Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Shampoo".
It is now included in my rotation of top 10 lifetime favorites that I rotate from time to time: Matrix Biolage Hydrating Shampoo, Trader Joe's Moisture, Phytospecific Vital Force, Kenra Moisturzing, Tresseme Keratin & VO5/Suave for clarifying.
MY shampoo for YEARS. I try everything but always come back to Awapuhi. My hair "grabs" product and everything seems to weigh it down except this shampoo. It's been around forever and Im terrified they will discontinue it.
I get compliments all the time on the smell of my hair
I like this really much. My scalp is dry and i also get dandruff easily from many shampoos. This doesn't irritate my scalp at all and doesn't cause dandruff. The scent is gentle. I like to try different shampoos and brands but i always go back to this one. i don't find this exactly moisturizing and i don't think that if your scalp is really very dry it would help but i'm sure it wouldn't irritate it more.
So... I waited to go through 3 tubes before I rated this.
I recently dyed my hair from bright blonde to dark brown. I felt like my hair overall was healthier when I was bleaching it. Sounds crazy, I know. I bounced back and forth with shampoos... trying to find the right sulfate-free shampoo, to maintain my color.
I like this shampoo A LOT. It's sudsy, and a little goes a long way. I have a cosmetologists' license, so I get this for less than $12; not sure though if I'd pay full price for it though. I truly do love this shampoo, and it smells YUMMY. I feel it really moisturizes my hair. I plan to keep using it until I find something better, but to be honest, I'm not really looking.
Got this from a friend, and honestly not as good as other products that r way cheaper..
At first I loved this shampoo. I used it for several days while staying at a hotel, and was pleasantly surprised that they provided Paul Mitchell products. The first night, I was amazed at how good my hair looked, especially since I didn't have my usual haidryer or flat iron to style my hair. My hair felt soft, was shiny, manageable, and looked really good styled with just a brush and hair dryer. But the more I used this shampoo, the greasier and more weighed down my fine hair looked. I think if I used this 1-2x a week as a moisturizing shampoo while alternating with other shampoos, my hair could look as good as it did the first time I tried it. However, using this several days in a row was overkill and it was almost like it built up on my hair. I was happy to go home and use a different shampoo. Overall, this is a good shampoo, but probably just too heavy for my hair type. I would think this would work better for dry or curly hair.
I like this shampoo, but honestly it's doesn't do anything that a drugstore shampoo couldn't do. It cleans my scalp nicely and the smell isn't offensive or lasting, but it can be drying. Then again, I usually use sulfate-free shampoos due to having super dry, coarse hair, so it's not much of a surprise. I feel like Paul Mitchell's one of those brands that (some) people use more for the name than its effectiveness, because it's just so mediocre. Luckily I received my current bottle as a Christmas gift, so I'll finish off the bottle and probably won't repurchase.
On a positive note, it has decent ingredients compared to many other brands, and you don't need much to make a lather, so it lasts and it's cost effective. Those are about the only pros I can think of.
Used this at a hotel and really liked it, so I bought a bottle It is slightly drying, so I have to use it with a good conditioner. I didn't like it with the corresponding Detangler conditioner, which didn't condition enough. I love the smell and lather, but I won't be repurchasing.
Well, it's OK. Better than cheap drugstore brands that strip and damage hair, but that's about it. I find it leaves my hair frizzy - well, everything does - and further conditioning or leave-in treatments help but don't counteract the effect. I'll use it if there isn't anything else available but Prell, Mane and Tail or the like. Oh, and it has a nice smell.