Quantcast

Olaplex

SalonGeek

Help Support SalonGeek:

pinkcandyclub

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 21, 2012
Messages
78
Reaction score
1
Location
bristol
Hi everyone hope you’re well? Just wondering how much you charge for Ola Plex for a full head of highlights with bleach? Where is the best place to buy it and how much is a salon size bottle 525ml? Thanks
 

ronray

Well-Known Member
Joined
Apr 24, 2015
Messages
2,400
Reaction score
1,148
Location
South Wales
When I did the Olaplex training they suggested anything under 1/4 oz you charge £15 for and anything up to 1/2 oz is £20 but this depends on your area. We were a small salon in what would be considered a deprived area.
 

acarter1984

Member
Joined
Dec 7, 2020
Messages
7
Reaction score
0
Location
Surrey
I'm definitely considering Olaplex training, it seems to have taken the world by storm - everyone and their mother is OBSESSED with it. Results seem amazing!
 

forever21

Member
Joined
Jul 22, 2012
Messages
17
Reaction score
8
Location
West Sussex
I would say the best place to get it is Salon Success and they generally have reps in your area and can mostly offer training. Cost are not cheap and mostly fixed generally you have to buy the salon kit or stylist kit (1x No.1 and 2x No.2's).
 

Crazyhair

New Member
Joined
Apr 7, 2016
Messages
3
Reaction score
7
Location
Ireland
Hi everyone hope you’re well? Just wondering how much you charge for Ola Plex for a full head of highlights with bleach? Where is the best place to buy it and how much is a salon size bottle 525ml? Thanks
I think the obsession has stopped because there are quite a few similar products out there that are just as good. I use the QOD Fiber Complex and it's brill. L'oreal's Smartbond is good too.
 

acarter1984

Member
Joined
Dec 7, 2020
Messages
7
Reaction score
0
Location
Surrey
I think the obsession has stopped because there are quite a few similar products out there that are just as good. I use the QOD Fiber Complex and it's brill. L'oreal's Smartbond is good too.
Interesting - thanks for the recommendations. Will check these out
 

Haircutz

Super Moderator
Staff member
Moderator
Premium Geek
Joined
Aug 11, 2011
Messages
10,553
Reaction score
6,797
Location
West Cork, Ireland
I think the obsession has stopped because there are quite a few similar products out there that are just as good. I use the QOD Fiber Complex and it's brill. L'oreal's Smartbond is good too.
They may appear to be similar if you believe the marketing hype but they’re not the same thing at all because Olaplex has worldwide legal patents on the formula and successfully sued L’Oréal for trying to steal it. The L’Oréal smartbond product for instance, contains malic acid and it doesn’t actually repair broken bonds.


 

Peanut butter

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jun 29, 2020
Messages
206
Reaction score
51
Location
NYC
I agree with above posts. And OLAPLEX IS THE WORLD TO ME. It is wonderful. Truly wonderful.
 

pinkcandyclub

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 21, 2012
Messages
78
Reaction score
1
Location
bristol
Thanks everyone really helpful
 

Latest posts

Top