Most likely, you've heard the phrase "Should we add Olaplex to your coloring?" multiple times and probably said "no" because you weren't quite sure what it was or felt embarrassed to ask. Briefly, but with a slightly scientific touch, we'll explain what Olaplex is and why you should consider accepting this offer.
- Olaplex is a solution that reconnects and strengthens disulfide bonds responsible for the natural strength, elasticity, and vigor of your hair. Simply put, these drops not only make coloring less damaging but significantly improve your hair's condition during the procedure.
- Olaplex contains no silicones, oils, sulfates, or aldehydes. The core Olaplex system consists of two parts, along with at-home care that continues the procedure's effects.
Olaplex No.1 Bond Multiplier is a protective concentrate. It's added in specific proportions to lightening products, as well as permanent, semi-permanent, physical, and acid dyes.
Olaplex No.2 Bond Perfector is a fixing cocktail. This creamy product is made up of carefully selected ingredients that complement the primary active ingredient of Olaplex. It's the second stage of the Olaplex system. Applied directly at the shampoo bowl right after the final coloring stage, it reinforces and completes the effect of Olaplex No.1, while also smoothing the hair structure. After these two steps, your hair will be full, moisturized, glossy, and it will mend split ends.
Olaplex No.3 Hair Perfector is the "Hair Excellence" elixir. It extends the Olaplex effect for at-home use. It contains the same active ingredient as professional Olaplex products.
Both existing and newly reconnected bonds in your hair's structure gradually break down due to daily thermal, mechanical, or chemical influences. Olaplex maintains hair health, preserving its strength and shine.
Our studio has been using Olaplex for over 5 years and has witnessed the tremendous impact of these drops. The cost of coloring increases on average from 100 to 200 PLN due to using this complex. However, the result is well worth it, especially if your hair is thin, weak, or heavily damaged from past experiments.