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Paul Mitchell Spring Loaded Frizz-Fighting Shampoo, 33.8 fl. oz.

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Paul Mitchell Spring Loaded Frizz-Fighting Shampoo, 33.8 fl. oz.

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Product Description

Curly hair often requires special care to look its best. The 100% color-safe Spring Loaded Frizz-Fighting Shampoo from Paul Mitchell works to gently cleanse curls and eliminate frizz while washing away dirt and oil. It also protects the hair cuticle where fizziness starts for a final result that is clean, soft and luxuriously beautiful.

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Paul Mitchell is results-driven hair care from John Paul Mitchell Systems—the leader of salon-quality products committed to the professional beauty industry. Every purchase supports JPMS salons with a commission.

Paul Mitchell Spring Loaded Frizz-Fighting Shampoo, 33.8 fl. oz.

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