Ojon Restorative Hair Treatment Review

Ojon Restorative Hair Treatment is a must-have hair care product that brings life to damaged and chemically treated hair. Ojon products are sold at various beauty stores, including Sephora, Folica.com and Beauty.com. It is offered in two sizes—1.5ounces or 3.1 ounces. The damage reverse Restorative Hair Treatment works well for all types of hair. It works in conjunction with shampoo and conditioning treatments to restore full vitality to the hair.


Beneficial Use

One of the benefits of owning a container of the Ojon Restorative Hair treatment is that you only need to use a small portion of the hair treatment daily. It can be applied to wet or dry hair in small amounts at a time. Use a dime-sized amount of the balm, but use more for longer or thicker hair. Rub the cream in your hands, and evenly spread the product throughout your hair to add texture to a finished style. You can also use Ojon damage reverse Restorative Hair Treatment as a mild leave-in conditioning treatment. A small portion of the hair balm may be applied to wet hair prior to styling the hair.

Regular use of Ojon damage reverse Restorative Hair Treatment helps to promote fullness in the hair as well as prevent hair breakage. For individuals who regularly use heat styling aids, hair coloring treatments and other chemically-enhanced hair treatments, this product is a perfect addition to the normal hair care regimen.
Although the containers are very small, Ojon damage reverse Restorative Hair Treatment can last for several months at a time. The price is moderately inexpensive, and thus it is an excellent low cost hair treatment that can enhance the quality and texture of hair.

Behind the Brand

Ojon products are formulated with special oils found in the rainforest of Central America. The product was originally considered a golden elixir to the hair and handcrafted by the Moskitia people of Central America. Today, the owner of Ojon products maintains a thriving business by manufacturing hair care products to be offered for sale at various beauty and hair care retail stores.

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Seven Must See London Beauty and Shopping Locations

Traveling to London? It is a wonderful city for shopping and salon services! Check out these seven must see stops for all things in makeup, hair and beauty.

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(1) Fenwick describes itself as the UK’s most exciting department store. Fenwick began as a hair accessories boutique, and is now a full department store featuring luxury goods. It is an especially good stop for shoes, handbags, and exclusive cosmetic lines. For luxury shopping at it best, make it a stop on your beauty and fashion shopping tour.

(2) Harrods is another top department store worthy of any shopping trip experience. With seven floors of luxury goods, you could spend all day, and easily spend a small fortune in one location. This is the go-to place for all of the top luxury brands.

(3) Need a new cut or style? When it comes to finding hairdressers in London, there are many great ones to choose from. From celebrity and television favorite Andrew Barton to Daniel Hersheson, a favorite of Vogue staffers, you can find a top notch cut or style for your days and nights out visiting the city. Some salons also use salon appointment software for easy scheduling, or simply ring them up and book your appointment.

(4) Check out Spa London for good values with a full menu of services. This full service spa offers everything from standard treatments to pools and steam rooms.  With its extensive selection of items, it is a great choice if you want to be able to get a variety of services or just plain can’t decide what you want. There is something there for everyone.

(5) As  a runner up to Spa London, if you likes pools and baths, try the Porchester Spa, which also offers affordable basic services and a great selection of pools and baths. This is the perfect place for all of you Turkish bath lovers, but you can also get an affordable massage while you are there too.

Fingernail Art

(6) Get chic nail art done at the trendy WAH Nails salon. The salon specializes in nail art and, with locations in TopShop stores, they are easy to find and are also affordable. Indeed, some credit WAH with making nail art into the current trend that it is today. While at TopShop, also do some shopping for affordable and highly on-trend clothes.

(7) Boots on Oxford Street is a must do affordable beauty stop in London. this large store is perfect for stocking up on all of your favorite Boots skin care items and cosmetics. Aside from their own line of products, Boots sells the popular Models Own nail polish line and the truly wonderful Soap and Glory line of skin and bath products. I particularly love Soap and Glory hand cream!


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Hair Extensions: Tips to make them Last

To get the most out of your head extensions, you need to use your head, when you stop laughing over that one; there are some serious ways to look after your extensions. There are also some very important things to avoid doing if you want your extensions to behave properly. There is a misconception that the best extensions cost hundreds of pounds, but there are many good extension pieces cost much less than £100. If you treat them properly, they will be the best value  you will ever buy.

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Treat Your Extensions as Well as Your Hair

This may seem an obvious part of wearing hair extensions, but you would be surprised how many people wear extensions out on the weekend and then forget about them until the next time they want to wear them. By giving the hair extension a deep conditioning, you can maintain the hairpiece and massively improve its lifespan. A deep conditioning on a weekly basis will restore the moisture that is lost even when you are not wearing the hair. Washing long hair extensions should be done in a downward motion to help avoid tangles and knotting.

Brushing and Styling

Hair extensions are the same as the hair on your head and this means that they are prone to the same damage and breakages as you natural hair. Combing or brushing the hair is an essential part of the maintenance, and using straighteners or colours is going to hurt the hair over time. You may not be able to purchase the exact colour extension to match your own hair, so consider which you would prefer to colour. Colouring both is the only real way of making sure both your natural hair and the extension matches.

What to Avoid with a Passion

The days of multi-coloured hair extensions were short lived and they are long gone. Never wear a colour that is so different to your natural hair that the extension stands out a mile. Bright, multiple colours may be okay for a teenager to wear to a party for the night, but they will only look ridiculous on an adult trying to improve their appearance. If you want to look good, choose to go with the best product you can realistically afford. If spend less means buying a shorter extension, then this is the way to go. Nothing is worse than spending your money and not feeling happy with the result.

One of the most popular hair extensions of today are the Brazilian knot hair extension which can add glamour, sophistication and turn heads at the same time.

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