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A stylist who cares about your hair: How to fix/prevent damage to bleached hair. What Is Olaplex?

My name is Maggie Zebrowski, I'm a hairstylist in Suwanee, GA. The reason for me making this blog is to touch on the topic of picking and choosing the stylist who not only will turn your hair into a beautiful work of art but also take care of your hair during the process. Nowadays I find many salons and hairdressers in the race for the next dollar and upsell which is great and all (I mean after all who doesn't like to make more money?) BUT! In this chase for money often the main focus is lost which I feel should always be the only focus which is "Hair CARE." I.e if you're doing multiple processes in a day you should be protecting your hair with Olaplex. This amazing product is a line of hair repair, “bond building” treatments that are getting heaps of buzz in the hair community, especially with people who have damaged hair from excessive bleach. ... Here's the science behind how it “repairs” disulfide bonds in hair.


#1. BEGINNING THE REBUILDING

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


#2. Bond Perfector® -PURSUING HAIR PERFECTION

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


#3. Hair Perfector -REPAIR, PROTECT, AND STRENGTHEN.

No.3 is not a conditioner, it’s an at-home treatment that reduces breakage and visibly strengthens hair, improving its look and feels.


With these 3 very simple steps you can use Olaplex to restore compromised hair or add it to another service to provide the ultimate breakage insurance for your hair that could be subject to chemical, thermal, and mechanical damage.



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