I have dry hair that splits easily and I like it being long which makes the dryness even worse. So, this last month I've been using Ojon products tailors for my fine hair to inject some moisture and help it to shine.
My ritual starts by using a marble size amount of Ojon Damage Reverse Restorative Hair Treatment Plus (£34.50 Boots) You need to scoop this balm-consistency product out with your fingers rub in your hands to melt and then run through the ends of your dry hair. I pop my hair up in a ponytail first, then go to town on my dry split ends. I've been leaving on for about 15mins (perfect time for a cup of tea!) before hitting the shower and washing my hair as normal. I really like this product, because it helps make my hair shiny but as you wash your hair afterwards your not just adding layers of product onto your hair which can weigh it down and make it greasy quickly.
After shampooing I've been using Ojon Rare Blend Total Moisture Therapy Conditioner (£23 John Lewis) which is clay-like in colour over my mid lengths and ends - I've then left for a few minutes in the shower before rinsing and its left my hair feeling slippery soft and strong.
After combing through, I've popped on a drop or two of Ojon Rare Blend Oil Rejuvenating Therapy (£12 Boots) which comes in differnet formulas for various hair types - this is the most light-weight. This helps to ease out any tangles, looks in moisture and add shine. If you find you have post-drying flyways, this is perfect for helping banish them, by putting a drop on you palm and stroking it over your finished style. you only need a tiny amount, so only use a drop or two to avoid greasy locks.
As I've mentioned my hair is super fine, so I've been finding the Ojon Rare Blend Tamer Wand (£12.50 Boots) too heavy for my hair, the mascara style wand loaded with oils has made my flyaways too oily, but if you had thicker hair which is unruly, it could be a great on the go handbag solution.