Olaplex Obsessed

Now that December is upon us, and the cold weather is slowly drying out my hair, I figured it was time I shared with you my absolute favorite ever hair product – Olaplex.  I first started using Olaplex a few months back, after several family members kept commenting on how dry my hair was looking – isn’t family great?


I had heard about it through Instagram and after having tried countless conditioners and masks, I figured it was worth a try.  So I bought myself a bottle and started using it once a week – every Friday night.  I knew I needed the full effect, according to my family, so I went all in and left the treatment on overnight.  I was shocked to discover how instant the results were.  I kid you not, I woke up the next morning with such silky and soft hair.  So, of course, I have continued this routine every Friday and my hair has never felt better.

If you have dry, processed hair like mine, then you MUST try this!  Honestly, I think every woman should have this in her arsenal of beauty supplies, regardless of wether or not you have super dry hair.  I am sure you are thinking that it will make your hair greasy, as did I, but it doesn’t!  It will give you that manageable, silky, frizz-free hair we all dream of – and the best part is, it won’t break the bank!

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BEFORE – Friday night
AFTER – Saturday morning


I bought mine on Amazon but it’s currently only available in a pack of three – gift idea for someone? Also, I forgot to add, my hair stylist shared with me that Olaplex is the same brand that her salon uses for deep conditioning treatments – so clearly I am not the only one that is obsessed with how well it works!

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