When going blonde, we all want our hair to be healthy and look as luscious and shiny as we see in Magazines or on Instagram.

When you are lightening your hair, it’s important to understand the process involved and the best ways to avoid unwanted damage.

Depending on your current hair, there are a few different ways to lighten your colour to achieve a gorgeous blonde look. Lightening techniques include foiling, scalp bleaching or balayage. We also have products which can help remove the build up of salon or permanent home dyed hair.

We understand you’re not hairdressers, however we love to provide you with the education and products you need to ensure your hairs health is optimal. That’s where Olaplex comes in!


Scientifically speaking, it is patented chemistry that multiplies bonds and cross-links broken bonds in the hair. For non-hairdressers, the best way to describe Olaplex is that it is a secret formula which forms a barrier of safety when lightening your hair both during and after your treatment.

Olaplex has become all professional hairdressers secret tool in hair colour and allowing the industry to perform miracles on damaged hair.


Stage One: This is a bond multiplier which can be used on its own or if you’re lightening your hair, it can be mixed in with bleach and work while your hair is being coloured.

Stage Two: Used straight after lightening to mend the bonds in your hair. This treatment is left for around twenty minutes.

Stage Three: This is a take home product you can do once a week or every time you wash your hair. Apply a ten-cent piece amount to your damp hair and leave it for at least 10-20 minutes. Keep in mind, the treatment only works when your hair is damp.


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