February 21, 2016

Hair insurance with Olaplex

Back to Hairloom for a hair update only to confirm the bad news - my hair has gotten terribly damaged from the daily blow-drying and curling iron effects. I already knew my hair was in a bad situation but I didn't expect it to be on the verge of major hair breakage.

To save my hair, I opted for the Olaplex, a bond strengthening treatment. It helps to repair the most damaged and dried-out hair. This treatment is developed in the U.S and was launched to great acclaim in 2014, with top hairdressers and celebrities becoming a quick fan of this hair treatment.

The biggest value of Olaplex is that it works from the inside of the hair strand and repairs the damage, unlike masks and conditioners that only moisturise and form a temporary coating on the hair. It reconnects the broken bonds in the hair, Olaplex can be used in different chemical services - highlights, permanent color, perms, etc and act as a protecting agent, for example, coloring with the presence of Olaplex will not compromise the hair as it helps to strengthen the strands and withstand the chemical process. Olaplex is also free from oils, silicone and glutens.

I'm really impressed after the treatment as my hair feels so light and I kept telling Reno how much I love the look and bouncy feel of my hair now. I hope this treatment can help anyone who has done highlights or coloring and is currently experiencing the pain of brittle and lifeless hair. We can even go blond without risk damage as long as we have Olaplex. Olaplex is a treatment only serviced at salons, Hairloom is one of the few salons in Singapore that provides this hair-saving treatment, or as I like to call it, hair insurance. Do mention my name and enjoy 25% off all services when you're visiting Hairloom for the first time!

To book an appointment, call +65 6295 2088
100 Beach Road
#01-50/52 Shaw Towers Singapore 189702
Nearest MRT station: Esplanade
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 11am - 8.30pm, Saturday & Sunday 11am - 7.30pm.

Hair: Hairloom
Outfit & shoes: Elska

Photography by Jason Lim, Editing by me.

p.s here's a great blog post by whowhatwear for tips on looking taller in photos as I get this question quite often. :p
TL;DR: your photographer will always need to bend/squat down, it's about the upward angle guys!

Till next time,


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