This holy-grail product keeps my bleach-blonde hair from breaking off

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I have had blonde hair for over a decade, and I can’t say that it’s been the most effortless journey. More than anything else, finding hydrating products are extremely important for optimal hair health.

That’s why I’m going to share with you my secret: Olaplex hair perfector.

Shop: Olaplex Hair Perfector No 3 Repairing Treatment, $28

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While I swear by almost all Olaplex products, the brand’s No. 3 solution is non-negotiable. It’s an at-home bond builder that relinks broken bonds in the hair (essentially fixing and building your hair back up from the inside out). With regular use, most people see a tremendous difference in their hair texture and feel.

Although the $28 sticker may make you nervous, I must admit nothing else gives my hair the same result. And with over 55,000 reviews on Amazon, customers have a lot to say.

“Let me start by saying this thing is a miracle worker! I’ve been hearing about this for years,” one five-star reviewer wrote. “My hair felt like hair again. I could blow-dry it straight with a comb, and not a single hair stuck or broke off on the brush! My hair is back to life!”

Many products that promise great hair results, but the Olaplex No. 3 repairing treatment is the best of the best.

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