OLAPLEX- Insurance for your hair launched in New Delhi
Ankit Arora, CEO of Streamline India and Samay Dutt owner of Looks Salon, introduced international acclaimed brand OLAPLEX, Insurance of your Hair in the city of Delhi at Looks Salon. Go Blonder. Push the envelope further without compromising the integrity of hair. From the photo shoot to the salon chair, colorists are set free from the fear of damaged hair.
Olaplex treatment demonstration had been done on Models hair, people were enjoying and getting the feel of Olaplex treatment. Olaplex is a single active ingredient invented by Dr. Eric Pressly, PHD in materials, and Dr. Craig Hawker, PHD in Chemistry. This is their first invention in the beauty industry. This is a great treatment that can be used on any client whether they have had a chemical service or not. Great way to help sustain the structure of the hair and leaves hair feeling soft and manageable.
Ankit Arora, CEO of streamline India says- “Olaplex is a rage, a revolution which will take the delhi hair industry by surprise! It’s repairing the hair like no other product has ever done”. “The top hairstylists and colorists all over the world cannot stop raving about it. Olaplex will actually strengthen your hair, making it look shiner” he says.
Samay Dutt, Owner of Looks Salon says-“Olaplex is a new chemistry and new super power for hair. It has swayed the hair industry and will make a huge difference in the health of your hair, s ii am very hopeful towards introducing Olaplex in Delhi”. “One week and 5 washes later, your hair will be just as soft, lustrous and strong as the first day you received the stand alone treatment” he says.
Guest spotted at the launch are Designer Anuradha Ramam, Poonam Dubey, Fashion Designer Priyanka Batra, Deepika Krishna, Malvika Kaura, Shivani Wazir Pasrich, Rod Anker, Deepika Krishna and others
Olaplex is free of silicone, sulfates, phthalates, DEA, aldehydes, gluten and is never tested on animals. Olaplex reconnects broken disulfide sulfur bonds in the hair. Hair bonds are broken during thermal, mechanical and chemical services.