25 February 2013

Ojon Rare Blend Oil Total Hair Therapy

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When the Ojon Rare Blend Oil was released, I saw it everywhere. It was probably one of the most raved about and highly recommended hair oils of 2012. But what does it actually do, and is it really worth the hype?

Rare Blend Oil contains potent natural oils from all over the World; tropical Tahiti, Kalahari Desert in Africa, the remote rainforests of Central America, each potent natural oil is known for their "great healing powers". Each has been infused into three hair-phases; Amber, Crystal and Red. Just one precious drop of this multi-tasking hair oil will help protect, nourish and transform dull, dry or damaged hair to vibrant health, leaving your hair looking instantly glossier, shinier, softer, silkier and luxurious.


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The Ojon Rare Blend Oil costs £29 for a 45ml bottle. It's definitely a high-end hair oil and it promises a lot. But does it really do what it says it will?

I'm glad to say it does! To use this hair oil you simply shake it well so that all three layers and colours have blended together. You only need a tiny amount, a pea sized amount is more than enough as a little goes a long way! Unfortunately, it doesn't come with a pourer or nozzle, so it's a case of carefully pouring out the desired amount. The first time I used this I received compliments on my hair from both my partner and two friends. That's more than I receive with any other product! This leaves my hair feeling impeccably smooth and soft, with a healthy shine and it definitely tames the frizz which comes along with my naturally curly hair. Do I think Ojon Rare Blend Oil is worth the hype? Definitely! It has a high-end price tag, but along with it comes the high-end quality you often struggle to find on the high street. This is one hair oil I really, really recommend investing in! You can find it over on the Ojon website here.

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  1. I'm so glad you posted this! I've been umming and ahhing about this for a little bit tbh!

    after I've used up my existing oils then this is the one :)

    Thanks Chick

    Siobhan xxxx

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    1. I ummed and ahhed about it for ages too but it truly is worth the hype! :) I have so many hair oils but you can never have too many ;) xo

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  2. Thanks for writing this blog, its not easy to find an oil that doesn't make your hair greasy. Will definitely get some and try it out.

    x

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    1. You're welcome Louise, I hope you will give the Ojon Rare Blend Oil a go! xo

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  3. Reminds me of that mouthwash that you shake up! I love Ojon products.

    January Girl ♥ Nails Inc + Eylure Giveaway ♥

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    1. Haha, yeah I know what you mean! Me too :) I am really liking their volume advance range xo

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  4. I've been wanting to try this for a while but wasn't sure about the price - thanks for a great review :)

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    1. Glad you liked the review :) It's worth the hype and price for sure xo

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  5. Does it absorb in or is it one of those oils that seem to sit on the surface no matter how little you apply?

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    1. For me, it absorbs! :) You only need the smallest amount xo

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  6. I bought this a few months ago instead of repurchasing my beloved Moroccanoil and honestly I absolutely hate it. I can see how it would be amazing for thick, curly or unruly hair but mine is thin and straight and just looks like an oil slick no matter how little of this I use. It also doesn't seem to absorb into my hair at all and just lies on the surface feeling icky. Need to find a thicker haired friend to pass it on to! x

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    1. Ah that is such a shame to hear! :( xo

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  7. I use the 'normal' one for flyaways and really want to try thi I've heard good things about it x

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    1. It's amazing and well worth looking into and giving a go! :) xo

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  8. I have not tried this, but it looks good since the ingredients are all oils!
    I use Lucy Minerals Sweet Dreams Serum on my hair. And my face, and my cuticles...love that stuff.

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    1. I haven't heard of them one but I will check out some reviews! :) xo

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