New Years resolution – repairing my hair with Olaplex

New Years resolution – repairing my hair with Olaplex

With January finally out of the way and racing through February now, all those new year resolutions are starting to become a thing of the past! Well, all except one.

“Throughout winter I find my hair gets zapped of any moisture or nourishment from central heating and the cold wind” shares Julie, Salon Director.

We often find throughout the winter we tend to blow dry and style our hair more to dry it quickly and keep it frizz free, but this has a detrimental affect of the inside of hair.

“One New Years resolution I have stuck to (well, the only one!) is repairing my hair with Olaplex. Olaplex is not a trend, Its a revolution. Its the best hair treatment you can have in salon and at home to completely transform your hair and repair the damage”.


Real Science. Real Results.


Our simple three-step process includes a patented active ingredient that works on a molecular level to seek out broken bonds in the hair that are caused by chemical, thermal, and mechanical damage. You can use Olaplex to restore compromised hair, or add it to another service to provide the ultimate breakage insurance.

Bond Multiplier®

This concentrated first salon step rebuilds broken disulfide bonds and begins the process of preventing damage and repairing hair.

Bond Perfector®

The second salon step continues to rebuild and restore any remaining broken bonds ensuring the strongest, shiniest, and healthiest hair possible.

Hair Perfector

This final retail step provides your hair with continuous protection from ongoing damage at home.

“This one you can start at the comfort of your own home, all you need is Olaplex No.3. In three easy steps you and your mane will be off to a healthy start, and who doesn’t want healthy hair?” Adds Julie.

Step 1: Apply a generous amount to towel-dried hair and comb through.

Step 2: Leave on for a minimum of 10 minutes. Keep in mind, the longer it’s on, the more effective it is, especially for hair that is compromised.

Step 3: Rinse, shampoo and condition. Remember, this is NOT a conditioning treatment OR a leave-in treatment. It is meant to be shampooed out of the hair
and followed up with your regular shampoo/condition regimen.

For more information just call the salon or ask your stylist on your next appointment.

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