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Natural hair mask for dry hair : oil and egg yolk
Jun 30, 2017
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Natural hair mask for dry hair  : oil and egg yolk



When it comes to tackling hair and skin problems, there's nothing that a good natural oil cannot do. And now the ever-growing list of natural oils, which include coconut oil, olive oil, almond oil, lavendar oil - has a new addition - the egg oil! It is something that can apply on an every day basis and be rest assured that your mane and skin is taken care of. Here's what you should about the oil to get maximum benefit out of it.


Making a natural Mask for Dry Hair

-        Two eggs

-        Two tbs olive oil or (coconut oil/almond oil)






Separate the egg yolks from the whites. To make a mask for dry hair, you only need the yolk, not the white. Egg yolks contain fat and protein that help moisturize and rejuvenate dry, lifeless hair. Separate the yolks from the whites and place the yolks in a small bowl.



Whisk the yolks  with olive oil. Pour the olive oil into the bowl with the yolks and whisk until the mixture is smooth and creamy. You should end up with about half a cup of mask mixture, enough to coat medium-length hair.

If your hair is very thick and long, add an extra tablespoon of olive oil.  If your hair is short, reduce the olive oil by a tablespoon.

 


Apply the mixture to damp hair. If your hair is a little wet, it will be easier to distribute the mask from your roots to your tips. Use a wide-toothed comb to comb the mask through your hair, making sure it coats every strand.



Let the mask soak in for 20 minutes. To keep things neat, you might want to put your hair up in a loose bun and cover it with a shower cap. Wait patiently while the mask goes to work on your dry hair.

If you tend to have extra dry ends, use more mask mixture on your tips than on your roots.  If you end up with more of the mixture than you need, store it in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to a week.

 

 

 

Shampoo your hair with cool water. The shampoo will remove excess oil and egg, leaving your hair shiny and soft with no buildup. Be sure to use cool or lukewarm water so the egg doesn't "cook" in your hair.


Dry your hair as normal. Either let air dry or use a hair dyer. Your newly moisturized hair should look softer and healthier now.