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Forget the 'plexes' we've got the best new hair bonding treatment in Liverpool.

The newest breakthrough formula in hair bonding technology, Epres Treatment is now available at Rosser in Liverpool.

We can’t lie, we’ve switched up a very popular and well-known alternative (it ends in 'plex') because we found the results to be phenomenal on the way your hair looks and feels. This is your secret to repairing damaged hair and maintaining healthy hair.

We’re also really excited about the new treatments we can now offer at Rosser, which include a lightening service.

Epres Bonding Treatments

Epres works on all hair types and textures and most clients will be able to say goodbye to damaged hair in a single treatment!

Benefits include:

  • Acid-free
  • Actively re-bonds the hair structure
  • Continues to repair hair for hours
  • 100% vegan and cruelty free.
  • Free from formaldehyde and parabens
  • Made with biodegradable ingredients

Rosser is the only salon in Liverpool that stocks Epres and you’d have to go all the way to Manchester to find the next closest salon.

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Epres Treatments at Rosser

Epres Root Application: £17.50
Epres Global Application: £24.50
Epres Gloss Application: £17.50
Epres Partial Lightening: £17.50
Epres Half Lightening Service: £24.50
Epres Full Lightening Service: £28.00

Epres Explained

Rather like a ‘plex’ treatment, Epres will repair the disulfide bonds, which form the internal structure of healthy hair. When you re-build the bonds using Epres patent-pending technology, you’ll experience softer, stronger, hair with less breakage and reduced frizz.

We are a top hair extensions salon in Liverpool, so we wouldn’t choose a product that doesn’t work with extensions. Your extensionist will talk to you about how to use it, though, because you’ll need to avoid any tape or adhesive.

No! We recommend that you start with a treatment in the salon where your stylist will advise you on how often you should use Epres. For most clients that will be a maximum of twice a week.