Frequently Asked Questions
Olaplex is a single active ingredient invented by Dr. Eric Pressly, PHD in materials, and Dr. Craig Hawker, PHD in Chemistry. This is their first invention in the beauty industry and we have filed several worldwide patents authored by the team that will soon publish. We are very excited about upcoming products currently in development.
No, it’s quick and easy – This is a great treatment that can be used on anyone whether they have had a chemical service or not. Great way to help sustain the structure of the hair and leaves hair feeling soft and manageable.
Will the bonds that were created eventually break and cause my hair to then break? This question is asked often and the answer is no. Even if you completely stop using Olaplex, the disulfide link that Olaplex offered is permanent. The condition of the hair there after, depends on how the client treats their hair.
Germs and bacteria might be causing the problem. It’s highly recommended to use disposable blades. And it’s very important to disinfect any personal blade before re-use.
Personally I suggest that you search hair styles online for multiple pictures and bring them over on your next visit. We’ll then have a proper consultation to both decide what’s best for you. Everything is possible with hair.
75% of the problem may be caused by water temperature. Washing in cold water is always recommended. Also, conditioner its recommended only for those with long hair. Personally, I only use conditioner on a selection of my clients. Also, diet is also very important. Watching what we eat. For example, milk, vegetables, shellfish can all have affects on your hair.
It is very important to ask for directions. Most styling products work better on dry hair.
We are all unique and we have to consider that we may not be the same as the other person or the one in the picture. And also, our lifestyle and our face or hairline proportions are not always right for that haircut or hair color.
Let’s discuss what you’re trying to achieve and I’ll help you make an informed decision.