Invisiblewear Velvet Cream

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Lightweight Definition • Satin Finish
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Soft as velvet with a satin finish, Paul Mitchell® Invisiblewear® Velvet Cream smoothes and tames hair with featherlight definition. Use this hair styling cream on air-dried or blow-dried hair for effortless, undone style. The non-greasy, velvet flower-infused formula dries down invisibly and softens strands for added manageability.

Vegan

Paraben Free

Gluten Free

Hair Type

Ideal for Fine Hair.

Fragrance

Warm aromatic scent of amber and bergamot joined with a subtle note of jasmine.

Stylist Tip

Use on dry hair to tame and define style or on wet hair to hydrate and soften strands before blow-drying.

Apply a small amount to damp hair and style as desired. Air-dry or diffuse for a soft, lived-in look.

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Size Travel, Standard
Benefits Volume + Texture
Hair Type Fine + Thinning Hair, Straight Hair
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Size 0.50 fl. oz., 3.4 fl. oz.

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    Calms course hair
    used in Salon. Liked so much that I purchased. Lasts a long time so little is needed. For before drying it makes styling easier. For after, gives body and shine to my thick course hair. My hair was very dry as it was winter. But works great in summer too as it's very lightweight.
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    Paul Mitchell Velvet cream
    Used in salon. Tamed fizz, gave definition but not heavy. Best of all has very little scent. I get headaches from a lot of scented products and it is extremely rare to find a lightly scented product that performs well. Please consider unscented versions of products. A large market is being overlooked.
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    Paul Mitchell Velvet cream
    Used in salon. Tamed fizz, gave definition but not heavy. Best of all has very little scent. I get headaches from a lot of scented products and it is extremely rare to find a lightly scented product that performs well. Please consider unscented versions of products. A large market is being overlooked.

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