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Opalex

Priya_13
In the Spotlight
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RakheeGhelani
Getting Lippy

I use this and I think it it's so good! I get parts 1 and 2 done at the salon and then number 3 to do at home. I have bleached hair too.

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Priya_13
In the Spotlight

There's a hairdressers near where I live that do opalex. I'll pop in this weekend and ask about it, thanks. 

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eza78
Multimasker

I love Olaplex.  My hair was so damaged at the start of the year and with regular Olaplex treatments it's now in better condition than it has been in years.

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LucyMedler
Getting Lippy

Love it!

got mine done at the salon by my hairdresser after I had my hair dye. 

 

Brings back the shine, feels stronger and less frizz. I’ve also heard that there is a new shampoo and conditioner coming out by Olaplex?!

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eza78
Multimasker

@LucyMedler you're right, I think the Olaplex shampoo and conditioner has just been released.  x

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Paula1994
Beauty Crush

I had it done 1 time, Ive payed like 20 or 25 pounds more than what i usualy pay and to be completely honest I did not see a massive diference. hairdressers know how to handle and style your hair but after the first wash i felt like i didnt make my hair much better even after getting a no3 for doing at home. 

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Emilyr1439
Winging It

I LOVE Olaplex! It's a revolution in the haircare world! I use the No.3 treatment regularly - at least once a week for my balayage hair.

 

It's truly saved my dry, damaged hair and made it manageable and actually look alive again! I didn't know how damanged my hair would become when I got it balayaged, and I suffered for about 8-9 months with horrible, dry, brittle hair that broke and didn't grow at all after having it coloured. It wasn't until I started using Olaplex No.3 that I started noticing a difference. My hair felt stronger, it actually had some of its old shine, it broke less and it was so much more easy to style - making the need for heat appliances far less than usual!

 

One thing I'd say, though, is to get a good moisturising and conditioning hair mask to go with it, because it can dry out your hair a bit if you're not careful. It's easy to think that it's a conditioning treatments, when it's really far from that. It's a bonding treatment that mends your hair from within, so it won't give you that silky feeling that a conditioning treatment would.

 

But I would seriously recommend you try it. The No.3 along with the No.1 and 2 salon treatments are incredible for your hair. And if your hair is particularly damaged or coloured then Olaplex is a must.

 

Hope this helped! Smiley Happy

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SophieG1
Beauty Icon

If you are having colour then 100% have a oplaex treatment it will save your hair from getting damaged but if you are looking to take your hair then a keratin treatment is much better they can be pricey but mine has lasted nearly 6months now xx

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cazandbobwatson
Nailing It

my daughter always uses it on her long blonde (coloured )hair  she is so impressed that she has started using the shampoo and the conditioner , I managed to get a small sample and I have to say I was also impressed with the condition of my tresses