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Introducing Ultimate Color Repair® Mask

Introducing Ultimate Color Repair® Mask

Posted by Team John Paul Mitchell Systems on May 5th 2016

If you color your hair, you know that watching your color fade is a heartbreaking scene. And that’s precisely why using the right hair care routine for your hair type is so important. For gals that regularly see their colorist and explore different hues, the Ultimate Color Repair® system has become a go-to hair care choice. Now, we’re excited to announce a new addition to the collection╌Ultimate Color Repair® Mask╌which repairs damaged hair to help prevent color from fading in the first place.


What it is: An ultra-rich deep conditioning mask made for color-treated hair.

What is does: Delivers an intense dose of Quinoa Color Repair complex to help lock in hair color and repair strands from within. The Quinoa Color Repair complex is fused with shea butter, jojoba, soybean oil and powerful antioxidants to give you your most vibrant and healthy hair.

How it does it: Helps lock in color and minimize damage by creating a protective barrier around your hair cuticle, which enhances and protects your hair color investment. Additionally, the rich formula smoothes hair cuticles, leaving your hair incredibly moisturized, vibrant and shiny!

How to use it: After washing your hair with Ultimate Color Repair® Shampoo, towel-dry your tresses and apply the mask from roots to ends, and comb through. Leave it on for 5-15 minutes then rinse. Apply Ultimate Color Repair® Triple Rescue® before styling. Repeat weekly.

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The Ultimate Color Repair system creates longer-lasting color for up to 9 weeks*, which means your color investment goes a lot further. Say goodbye to color fade and hello to shiny, vibrant hair!

Find Ultimate Color Repair Mask at your local Paul Mitchell school or salon.

*When using the system of shampoo, conditioner, and mask as compared to untreated hair. Products were tested by an established, independent third-party laboratory.  


Blog cover image courtesy of Chris Hogg.

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