Olaplex: The Hair Treatment You Should Be Asking For

It's hair TLC on another level

We all know that colouring your hair causes it to become dry and frizzy, but there's a buzz in almost every salon lately about something that can fix this. It's called Olaplex.

Formulated by a team of California-based US Scientists, it's said to maintain the health of your hair, even after it's been highly processed. 

'Olaplex changes the science in how your hair reacts to the colour process by reconnecting broken bonds. When intact, these bonds give you health glossy hair, but when damaged, they cause the cuticles to lift which leads to frizzy hair,' says Zoe Adams, style director at Taylor Taylor London. 'When these bonds are in order, the cuticles sit properly on the shaft.'

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Keeping frizzy flyaways at bay isn't the only bonus either. Because it gives the hair such strength, you're able to colour it more often and go lighter and brighter without the fear of it snapping off. We also noticed our hair was softer than it normally is after a treatment, even after we washed it at home. 

The two-step program only takes 20 minutes and lasts until your next chemical service.  

Get it here: 

Taylor Taylor London in Portobello Road, Commercial Street and Cheshire Street; Billi Currie; John Frieda; Hershesons; Blue Tit and Neville's

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