This is how I applied it (per ‘Features‘ above).
*I separated the top two parts of my hair with clips then I saturated the back mid-to-length with the treatment
*Next, I did the front portions of my hair all the way to the roots;especially the crown, where I have a lot of breakage. *Last I made sure to get the pieces that frame my face and the very ends & then covered it with a target bag. (MMM note: a shower cap IS better!)
I left it on for about 5 Adele songs & cleaned my bathroom.
So… Not too bad, for a $12 at home treatment & 25 minutes of my morning. All jokes aside, my hair feels lighter and better especially at the crown which is usually a crispy mess, TBH. Is it better than the ION from Sally Beauty? Yes. But is it worth the $$? I’m going to have to say YES. I’d especially recommend this for anyone that has long hair, processed hair or excessively heat-styled hair.
The second half of the bottle will be used by my daughter, who has very thick shoulder-length hair. I plan on posting her photos & result in the comments after I can get Sassy to do the treatment 😉
I’ve already ordered a second bottle to use to prepare for my twice yearly cut (gulp) which I know I need, but dread like like mad. I’ll post those pics in the comments also.
I’ve always got my eye out for a good hair repair treatment, so please leave your recommendations in the comments!
Disclaimer: I haven’t been paid to endorse Olaplex (or any product ever)& all I know about hair is what I’ve learned about my own & my sassy daughter’s through trial/error… Treat at your own risk 🙂