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      Schwarzkopf Fiberplex

      Schwarzkopf Professional Fibreplex is the first Bond Enforcing System from Schwarzkopf Professional. The Bond Enforcing System ensures that your hair is protected during bleaching, lightening or coloring.   Source - Schwarzkopf-Professional.nl   What exactly does Schwarzkopf Professional Fibreplex do? We all know that bleaching hair is any Show more

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      6 Products
      -21%
      Scalp Protect Serum
      In stock
      9,50
      -43%
      Fibreplex 1 Booster
      In stock
      85,-
      -32%
      Hair Primer Spray
      In stock
      9,50
      -38%
      Hair Sealer Treatment
      In stock
      24,95
      -47%
      Fibreplex 2 Sealer
      In stock
      79,95
      -21%
      Skin Protect Cream
      In stock
      9,50

      Schwarzkopf Professional Fibreplex is the first Bond Enforcing System from Schwarzkopf Professional. The Bond Enforcing System ensures that your hair is protected during bleaching, lightening or coloring.

       

      Source - Schwarzkopf-Professional.nl

       

      What exactly does Schwarzkopf Professional Fibreplex do?

      We all know that bleaching hair is anything but healthy for the hair, even though the results are of course beautiful. This is where FIBREPLEX comes in. Schwarzkopf's Bond Enforcing System ensures that hair bonds are created and it provides long-lasting color protection. This result is achieved by regular use of the FIBREPLEX Shampoo and the N°3 Bond Maintainer.

      Schwarzkopf Professional FIBREPLEX also ensures that hair breakage is reduced by up to 94% during bleaching compared to bleaching without FIBREPLEX.

      In addition, FIBREPLEX guarantees high hair quality after coloring with no discernible color changes, no change in routine, no extra development time or higher developer required.

       

      How does Schwarzkopf Professional Fibreplex work?

      Schwarzkopf FIBREPLEX consists of no less than four simple steps.

      Schwarzkopf FiberPlex has been developed in such a way that you can easily follow the four steps.

      1. Schwarzkopf Professional FiberPlex No. 1 Bond Booster (To be mixed with the bleaching or coloring.)
      2. Schwarzkopf Scalp Protection Serum(Use before coloring to protect the scalp from scalp irritation)
      3. Schwarzkopf Hair Primer (Use just before coloring, so that the hair color takes better)
      4. Schwarzkopf Professional FiberPlex No. 2 Bond Sealer (To be applied as a treatment after hair has been washed.)
      5. Schwarzkopf Skin Protect Barrier Cream (Use just before coloring to protect the skin at your hairline from irritation)

      Fibreplex ensures that your hair is protected against hair breakage, but also against overall damage. This happens because a protective layer comes around your hair. The first step is a booster that goes into the hair fiber during hair dyeing and then attaches itself around the keratin bridge. Then, while washing the hair, a treatment is used, a sealer, which additionally seals the hair surface. In other words, the hair cuticles remain tightly closed, which ensures that you do not have fluffy hair or straw hair. The maintainer is for at home, this way your hair stays well hydrated and therefore keeps it healthy.

       

      Is Schwarzkopf Professional Fibreplex an alternative to Olaplex?

      If you dye your hair more often or have it dyed, it is almost impossible that you are not familiar with Olaplex. Olaplex is of course fantastic, but also a bit pricey. Schwarzkopf Fibreplex has 3 steps and a step for home. The step for home is for the treatments in between. However, their focus is on preventing damage, when discoloring. And Fibreplex really does what it promises. Olaplex ensures that the hair bridges in the hair are restored, in other words the repair of your hair. That makes the difference between the two. If you are having your hair dyed, ask if they have Fibreplex. Having your locks dyed with Fibreplex ensures that there is 94% less hair breakage, compared to dyeing your locks without Fibreplex. Fibreplex is therefore a good alternative to Olaplex, even if the focus is on a slightly different point.

       

      How do I use Schwarzkopf Professional Fibreplex?

      Depending on the Fibreplex product you use. You use Fibreplex Number 1 Bond Booster while bleaching hair. Fibreplex number 2 Bond Sealer is used as a treatment after a color treatment and Fibreplex Number 3 Bond Maintainer is used at home so that your color remains beautifully clear and your hair remains strong. The Fibreplex Shampoo is used both after a color treatment (in the salon) and at home.

       

      How does Schwarzkopf Professional Fibreplex technology work?

      During the bleaching of your hair, the acidic formula of Fiber Bond Technology with active components is started. Your hair fibers will be protected during the coloring process and this means that there is up to 94% less hair breakage compared to hair coloring without using Fibreplex.

      Source - Schwarzkopf-Professional.nl

      The Fiber Bond 4.5 Technology ensures that during every hair coloring a connection is made with the hair fibers to strengthen and seal the hair bridges. In addition, the Fiber Bond 4.5 Technology ensures that hair breakage is minimized during bleaching, lightening and coloring. In addition to repairing, new hair bridges are also made and the pH level is brought into balance.

       

      Where can I ask my question about the Schwarzkopf Fibreplex?

      Are you not quite sure whether Schwarzkopf Fibreplex is suitable for you or are you unsure about a comparable product? Call in our help, so that you can make the right choice for yourself. Send your question to our team via [email protected] or call our team during office hours.

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