Updated: Aug 30, 2018
You can use #Olaplex to restore compromised hair, or add it to another service to provide the ultimate breakage insurance." But what exactly does that mean?
#Olaplex has become a go-to for me as I means of keeping a client's hair in optimum condition during a chemical treatment, which is inevitably destructive. Sometimes or most of the time when we do crazy colors or going for platinum blond the integrity of a client's hair is already badly damaged. #Olaplex not only protects the hair from the process to get a desired color, but it also prevents further damage, makes the hair strong, healthier, shinier, and also helps mend some of the previous damage.
You may have seen bottles of #Olaplex #septhora but that's just the third step of a three-part treatment that starts in the salon, and each step contains the primary active ingredient, which repairs the aforementioned broken disulfide bonds in the hair.
No.1 Bond Multiplier is applied in the salon to repair the damaged hair. It can also be added directly to the permanent dye solution or bleach that is used in the hair-coloring process. No.2 Bond Perfector is also applied in the salon. This is your post-coloring conditioner treatment." The #Olaplex product you see in stores is the No.3. No.3 Hair Perfector, which contains the smallest amount of the active ingredient, along with an assortment of conditioning agents and recommended to use it once a week for 10-20 min! If possible more!