• Roxii Hoare-Smith

Paul Mitchell United in Pink campaign

Updated: Dec 28, 2019

I’m already a proud support of Paul Mitchell products as they do not conduct or endorse animal testing. However, not only that but again this year Paul Mitchell is raising awareness amongst women about breast and ovarian cancer through their every day hair routines.

I was so pleased to receive this exciting delivery from Paul Mitchell and hear about their new United in Pink campaign! It’s such a fantastic campaign as Paul Mitchell has not only created the United in Pink range but they have also pledged £5K to CoppaFeel to support their Uni Boob Team! The Uni Boob Team send reminder texts to students on campus to check their boobs with a free monthly text. Any student who signs up for this is in for a chance to win £500 worth of Paul Mitchell products.

(CoppaFeel was the first charity in the UK to raise awareness of breast cancer amongst young people by creating a new healthy boob checking habit)

Paul Mitchell sent me the Limited Edition United in Pink Blow Out Cancer Gift Set (RRP £42).

The set includes the United in Pink 413 sculpting brush (£7.50). Due to the continuous dying my hair can often get quite knotty when wet but this brush is perfect to detangling wet and dry hair. The small slim size is handy to carry around with me too.

The set also features the United in Pink Skinny Serum which smoothes and conditions hair. My favourite benefits of the serum is that it helps keep hair frizz-free in any weather and speeds up drying.

Other products in the set include my usual favourite other Paul Mitchell products: Extra-body Shampoo, Daily Rinse and Thicken Up.

Paul Mitchell also kindly sent me New CID Cosmetics including the i-flick double ended liquid and kohl eyeliner, mini i-prime face primer and i-gloss – a light up lip gloss with a mirror!

Thank you Paul Mitchell for supporting such an important cause and for also adding to my pink obsession.

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