CosmoProf Haul


What's CosmoProf you ask? It's a beauty supply store for those who obtain a license in the beauty industry. But don't fret! You can purchase these items yourself (maybe not the hair color). 


Also note this beauty store sells their items at wholesale cost, but I'll let you know what they cost to the public.

1) It's a 10 (10 fl oz) - Probably one of my most loved products that has ever touched my hair. It's a leave-in product that smells amazing. You can find this gem at Ulta for $36.00

2) Kenra Platinum Revive Oil (2.5 fl  oz) - I've never used this product before, but I was in need of a hair oil! My hair has been dry as a bone lately. This can be purchased at Ulta for $28.00

3) Procare Coloring Bowl - I have so many of these but love having a few extras for mixing hair color. I only paid $1.50 for this but you can find something similar at Sally's Beauty for $2.59 (standard size)

4) Joico K-Pak Color Therapy Shampoo & Conditioner (16.9 fl oz each) - My all time favorite shampoo! Especially since I color my hair. Cosmoprof always has deals on shampoo and conditioner. You can buy the 10.1 oz shampoo at Ulta for $14.99 and the 10.1 oz conditioner for $16.99

These last few items do not have links as they do not sell them at any store - don't buy this stuff from Ebay or Amazon! You don't know whats really in that bottle...

5) Paul Mitchell Shines (2 fl oz each) - I don't use permanent hair dye, so a great alternative is a demi-permanent. These aren't available to buy to the public, but a lot of hair salons have these in their color shelf.

6) Colortrak Tools Wide Color Brush - I have an assortment of color brushes but needed a new one. Only cost $2. Sally's offers a ton similar to this one.

7) Paul Mitchell the Color - One of my favorite color lines to use on clients. I always find myself going back to these because they are super easy to apply, thanks to the beezwax texture!

8) Paul Mitchell Shines Processing Liquid - This product is used with the Paul Mitchell Shines line. It has a low developer in it, if any, which allows for this to just deposit the color you are mixing it with. It will not lift any existing color.

I hope you all enjoyed this fun post! I can go crazy in Cosmoprof. It's a Costco for a hairstylist lol!

Leave a comment below if you've used any of these! I'd love to hear your thoughts and also some of your recommendations for similar items.

Much love,
Jessica

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