Can I Use Clarifying Shampoo After Olaplex?
Have you used Olaplex in your hair to save it from heat damage, bleach damage, or some other type of hair breakage and neglect? Then you may be wondering if you can use clarifying shampoo after Olaplex treatment in order to remove any buildup that the hair repair product left behind. Luckily, the answer to this question is yes! You can indeed use clarifying shampoo after Olaplex without worrying about compromising your hair’s health or undoing any of the hard work you put into it by using the popular hair repair product.
Can You Use Olaplex 3 Before Clarifying Shampoo?
Olaplex uses bis-Aminopropyl Diglycol Dimaleate to react with disulfide bonds. Cleansing will remove any product and if you don’t have any other products that contain keratin then you could potentially strip hair of it’s protective layer and cause more damage than good. You should be able to clarify without removing Olaplex. But if there is a heavy protein buildup or product, you could possibly still see some results from using Olaplex first.
Should I Use Olaplex 3 Before Or After Toner?
While there’s no right or wrong order for applying products, most stylists apply toner before using any other treatments. This is because toners are meant to balance and refine your hair—the earlier you apply a treatment like Olaplex, which can potentially make hair look flat, dull, or weighted down, the better. If you have low porosity hair (that is to say your strands suck up oil and moisture like crazy), you may benefit from using a clarifying shampoo beforehand as it will help lift away any build-up on your strands. Since both of these ingredients are acids that can be damaging if used alone, we highly recommend consulting with a professional before taking them on in combination.
Can You Use A Clarifying Shampoo After Olaplex 3?
You can use a clarifying shampoo after Olaplex, but you must be very careful with how often you do so. Using too many products or using them incorrectly will completely ruin your treatment and leave your hair dry and brittle. If you are going to apply another product, it is essential that you clarify your hair before using Olaplex again. You should not wash your hair for at least 24 hours before doing so. Washing daily will only cause more damage to your fragile strands and make it impossible for Olaplex to keep improving their condition. After applying any other product, clarify with an acidic rinse immediately prior to applying Olaplex again in order to remove impurities from a previous treatment or step in between treatments.
Can I Use Purple Shampoo After Olaplex 3?
In all honesty, there is no reason why you can’t. There is no active ingredient in any purple or blue-toned shampoo that would react negatively with any product containing PPDs (such as olaplex). And no, Olaplex doesn’t contain anything that would cause a negative reaction either. So feel free to rock your color longer by using both products!
Will Clarifying Shampoo Remove Olaplex?
If you have never heard of Olaplex, it’s a liquid that is supposed to bond with your hair to repair damage. It was first invented by hairdressers and has recently become popular. However there are doubts about whether it works. In fact when one leading expert on hair damage tried to do an experiment with Olaplex he was unable to because he could not find anyone who would let him give them Olaplex, and then expose their hair to bleach and continue with his experiment. But let’s assume for a moment that it does work as claimed. Now comes a question from one of our readers Is it ok to use clarifying shampoo after using Olaplex? Yes, absolutely! You can use any kind of shampoo you want. A lot of people also wonder if they should only wash their hair every other day or once a week after having used Olaplex. The answer is no! You can wash your hair every day if you want to. As long as you don’t put any more chemical products in your hair (including dyes) than usual, there will be no problem at all!