A Modern Classic

A Modern Classic

20130606-031602.jpgLet’s get something straight – in beauty you have your classics, and for me there are two types. First there are the classics that stand the test of time like Elizabeth Arden’s Eight Hour Cream* and the second being modern classics – recently released products that will stand the test of time in the future. I could spend a day talking about my modern classics so I’ll save that for another time, but for now let me just sing praise for Ojon’s Rare Blend™ Oil Total Hair Therapy* which has been a game changer ever since it came into my life!

From tropical Tahiti to the Kalahari Desert in Africa, from the remote rainforests of Central America and beyond, Ojon™ gathered potent natural oils legendary for their great healing powers and infused them into three phases: Amber, Crystal, and Red. One precious drop of this multitasking wonder protects and transforms dull, dry, or damaged hair to vibrant health. Hair instantly looks glossier, shinier, silkier, and more luxurious. 

The description sounds awfully romantic and exotic, but it’s true. Hair is most definitely glossier, shinier and silkier – most top quality hair oils have that affect on your hair, however the difference I’ve found in comparing the Rare Blend Oil to other hair oils is that it has a light and almost liquid-like consistency (it’s quite runny unlike other thick and gloopy oils) and it leaves the hair feeling as though there’s no product in it at all. That’s all down to the blend of oils including Ojon oil, rouge oleifera, Tahitian monoi oil, Tahitian kukui oil, marula oil, Kalahari melon oil, kuikui oil and ximenia oil. The oil is incredibly versatile; all you do is give it a good shake to mix the phases together to reveal a gorgeous sunset hue and you’re ready to run it through your hair after a wash and go, before a blow dry to protect your locks from heat damage and post straightening to give your hair some shine.

Maybe when we’ll all old and grey this modern classic will be around to tell our granddaughters about – what am I even saying? It will be, mark my words!