On April 19, Paul Mitchell and Paul Michell Global Ambassador Quannah Chasinghorse came together to celebrate Earth Month in partnership with Nia Tero in solidarity with Indigenous Peoples. The immersive sunset experience took place in Topanga Canyon and hosted a special screening of Quannah’s documentary short film Walking Two Worlds.
Nia Tero translates to “Our Earth” in the international language Esperanto and is a U.S.-based non-profit that provides lasting support to Indigenous Peoples safeguarding their homelands.
To prep Quannah for the evening, Paul Mitchell artistic educator Paula Peralta created sleek, high-shine hair with braids using the following Paul Mitchell products:
- Hot Off the Press Thermal Protection Hairspray ($24.00): This quick-drying thermal protection hairspray helps protect strands when using curling irons and flat irons. It contains rice hull extract that builds a lightweight barrier between hair and heat styling tools, while wheat proteins boost hair's strength.
- Super Skinny Serum ($10.50 - $39.00): This blowout primer helps speed up drying. The humidity-resistant formula contains lightweight silicones that condition and seal the cuticle, leaving hair frizz-free in any weather. Simply rub one pump of the Paul Mitchell smoothing hair serum into your hands and apply it to clean, damp hair before drying.
- Sculpting Foam ($9.50 - $29.50): This static-free hair styling mousse enhances texture with long-lasting memory that controls frizz and flyaways while adding shine and balancing moisture. The conditioning formula contains styling and bodifying agents, combined with panthenol to provide touchable hold and emollients to smooth hair’s surface.
- Gloss Drops Shine Serum ($26.50): This finishing touch shine serum helps fight frizz and resists humidity. Applied to dry hair, it contains lightweight silicones that smooth hair's surface.
Learn more about Nia Tero at www.niatero.org.
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