Bringing Colour To Your Life

Paul Mitchell® The Colour is a permanent cream hair colour, low in ammonia, with a natural beeswax base that is formulated for superior gray coverage and healthy, natural looking results. The colour also follows for a demi-permanent application.
The colour offers vibrancy and shine, with a full spectrum of intermixable colours and toners to maximize creative formulations. The colour will take you from ash black to ash blonde with natural conditioners that provide long-lasting, healthy hair with outstanding shine.
Lighten, darken, or maintain your current hair color in salon with our stylists for the hair that you’ve always wanted.

Paul Mitchell The Colour is currently the only colour line to be on PETA’s white list of colour! NO ANIMAL TESTING!
In 1980, Paul Mitchell became the first professional beauty company to publicly stand up against animal testing.
Now, nearly 35 years later, that pledge to our furry friends remains a driving force in all that we do.
Just last year, Paul Mitchell® Co-founder John Paul DeJoria made the decision to stop selling our products in China when animal testing became a mandate, reaffirming our steadfast commitment to being cruelty-free.

A company that gives back, Paul Mitchell is involved with the community.
Whether we’re planting trees, protecting animals or preserving our natural resources, Paul Mitchell® is (and always has been) dedicated to making our world a more beautiful place.


Paul Mitchell Tea Tree proudly supports Reforest’Action, an environmental organization that plants trees worldwide, in the areas where they’re needed most. Join The Green Takeover and help us plant 500,000 trees by 2016.


For more than 10 years, Paul Mitchell has supported Waterkeeper Alliance in their mission to protect rivers, streams, coastlines and other major waterways around the world.


In 1983, our co-founders purchased land in Hawaii that would become the sustainable, solar-powered Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Farm. The two friends and business partners wanted to pursue a lifestyle that was connected to nature and in tune with their beliefs. To this day, all of the awapuhi used in our products is harvested there.