Recently I decided to go back to blonde. I went to the hairdresser I always go to and unfortunately the highlights in my hair didn’t work out the way I hoped it would. Time for a better hairdresser, haha. I discovered the hair salon The Proof in Groningen (you should definitely check out this salon, they are a-ma-zing!) and they did an excellent job on my hair. I knew that they use Olaplex, so I really wanted to try out this product, which is apparently the new big thing…
Imagine if you could prevent your hair from breaking and repair damaged strands by linking the bonds back together again? Olaplex is free of silicone, sulfates, phthalates, DEA, aldehydes, gluten and is never tested on animals. Olaplex reconnects broken disulfide sulfur bonds in the hair. Especially beneficial for chemically coloured hair, it has the potential to restore the health of all damaged hair types given that hair bonds are broken during thermal, mechanical and chemical services.
Ok, sounds great. But how does it work? The product repairs broken bonds in your hair. In three steps you can get healthy glossy hair.
Step No.1: your hairdresser adds the product to the hair colour or bleach.
Step No.2: after the process of the first step is completed and rinsed, your hairdresser applies No.2, the bond perfector, and will leave it for 10 to 20 minutes. After that, the hairdresser will rinse your hair and use shampoo and a conditioner.
Step No.3: Last but not least. You can use the No.3 at home. Apply it to towel-dried hair and let it for at least 10 minutes but it’s even better to sleep on it because it will be more effective. The next morning you can do your normal routine with shampoo and a conditioner. Use the No3. once a week.
Does it really work? For me, it definitely makes a difference. My hair feels less dry, stronger and healthier already and I used it only twice. I’m really looking forward to the results after using it multiple times!
If you want to know more about Olaplex, visit the website.
What do you think of Olaplex? Have you ever tried it?