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HOW TO USE OLAPLEX & PREVENT HAIR DAMAGE | ENTIRE Product Line Tutorial No. 1 – 7 | Daniella Benita

Hey everyone! Today we are going to be doing a tutorial of the entire Olaplex line from numbers one through seven, and I’m
so excited to show you guys. So for those of you don’t know Olaplex, it is a line catered to repairing and restoring damaged hair, and it’s
especially wonderful for us as hair stylist because we can protect your hair
and do these amazing transformative color processes, and make sure your hair
feels wonderful. So that’s what I’m going to prove to you guys today on my
beautiful model, Ana, and I can’t wait to show you guys!
Number one: bond multiplier. This is the first step that rebuilds broken disulfide bonds and begins the
process of preventing damage and repairing hair. Here I mix 30 grams of
lightner with 1/4 ounce of Olaplex. If the consistency is too loose, you guys
can add more lightner to thicken it up, and if you’re confused about the
measurements. I’ll leave a link below to the Olaplex chart so you guys can click
on that and look at how to exactly measure this for your salon or at home.
Usually layering bleach on already previously highlighted hair would end up
with gooey ends or over-processed hair, but since we’re using this product it’s
going to strengthen her hair and keep it healthy and nice and strong. The next
step is the number two, bond perfector. After your client is finished processing
bring them back to the bowl and thoroughly rinse their hair. Once
finished, towel dry their hair and apply a generous amount of olaplex number two. Comb it through their hair to make sure it’s evenly distributed then leave it on
for a minimum of 10 to 20 minutes. Here I’m adding a soft root melt to
Anna’s hair because she likes a really soft grow out, and I’m also going to tone
her hair to a nice icy ashy blonde, and I’ll leave all this information below
with the formulas so if you guys like this color you can replicate it at home
or in the salon. Number three: hair perfector. To clarify,
this is an at-home treatment that I won’t be showing here, but it is applied
the same way as the number two. Apply on towel-dried hair and leave it in for 10
to 20 minutes. Next is number four: bond maintenance shampoo. The shampoo protects and repairs damaged hair, split ends, and frizz by re-linking broken
bonds. What I loved about the shampoo is how much it lathered, and it was super
lightweight in Ana’s hair. After shampooing, apply the number 5 bond
maintenance conditioner. This is a highly moisturizing reparative conditioner, and
it’s for all hair types. I really love the consistency and also the minty
feeling it left after conditioning her hair. Next is the number 6 bond smoother.
This is a leave-in reparative styling cream that eliminates frizz hydrates and
protects all hair types. Apply a small amount to damp or dry hair, concentrating
the product on the mid length and ends. Comb through and style as desired
this product is incredibly weightless, but also so strong when it comes to
smoothing hair, keeping it nice and soft. The last step is the number 7
bonding oil. This is a highly concentrated weightless reparative
styling oil. It dramatically increases shine softness and color vibrancy. What I love
about this product is that as a reparative styling oil it adds tons
of shine to my client Ana’s hair. As you can see we significantly
lightened Ana’s hair but it’s maintained a healthy texture and isn’t damaged at
all. If we hadn’t used this product, it would look nowhere near as healthy and
as strong as it does now. This haircare system is the only one of its kind that
rebuilds broken bonds. If you’re looking for something to help repair you or your
clients hair I highly recommend this entire system in the salon or for your
use at home. Thank you guys so much for watching! Don’t forget to like this video
if you liked it, and subscribe down below, and hit me up in the comments if you
guys have any questions. I’ll see you guys in the next one! Bye!

Cesar Sullivan

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