OLAPLEX – The Blonde Protector

OLAPLEX – The Blonde Hair Game Changer!  

hair breakage solved with Olaplex at zigzag hair salon in joondalup

Are you experiencing breakage, or it seems your blonde hair just won’t grow – you need to get some OLAPLEX in your life!

OLAPLEX reconnects broken disulfide sulphur bonds, which happens during thermal, mechanical and chemical services.  In simple terms, when you lighten, colour (bleach or tint) your hair, use a flat iron or hairdryer or any hot styling tool you are breaking disulfide sulphur bonds in your hair.  This makes your hair more fragile.

OLAPLEX makes your hair stronger and healthier and your colour will last longer.  Hey, you might even want to go a little lighter through your already lightened ends.  OLAPLEX allows us to do this without compromising the condition of your hair.  Plus, the more you use OLAPLEX, the better your hair will become.

How Do You Use OLAPLEX?

OLAPLEX can be added during the hair colouring process for instant protection.  We highly recommend this if you are lightening your hair.  It can also be used as a stand-alone hair treatment for hair that is already compromised – and there is a take home product so you can continue to look after your hair at home.

Ask your ZIGZAG stylist for more information about what OLAPLEX can do for your hair.  Oooh and we almost forgot to tell you… OLAPLEX is free of silicone, sulphates, DEA phthalates aldehydes, is gluten-free and not tested on animals.


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