DIY EGG HAIR MASK

Hi Curlistas,

This month was something else! Well, the last half of the month, actually! We had two holidays almost back to back and a Tropical Storm! I hope those adversely affected by Bret have begun to return to some semblance of normalcy. There was also had that Bourdain-Sabga-Aboud thing…Yep! Busy, busy, busy…

Personally though, I’ve also had a very hectic two weeks of preparation, scheduling and trying to stay on top of things! In case you didn’t know, we had our very first “Customer Meet-Up” in Port of Spain yesterday (Tuesday 27th June, 2017)…..and it was the bomb!!!!!

I met some amazing people, made friends and got to spread the message that, happy, healthy hair is attainable! I was able to help persons on their journey and forge lasting relationships with them. I was tired at the end of the day, but I felt fulfilled and happy!

So, before I rattle on forever,

It’s MASK OF THE MONTH TIME!!!! This month we’re doing a DIY Egg Hair Mask!

Eggs contain a large amount of protein, fatty acids and vitamins that strengthen hair. As hair is mostly made up of protein, eggs are a great way to give your hair a boost.  Eggs also stimulate sebum production, which is our scalp’s own natural secretion, which in turn controls dandruff and drying of the scalp. Eggs improves hair growth, helps with hair loss as well, prevents breakage and brittleness. Incorporating this hair mask into your routine will take your hair to the next level. This mask can be used on all hair types. 

Things you will need:

One egg (short to medium length hair)

5 tbsps of your favourite conditioner

1 tbsp Honey

1 tbsp Glycerin

2 tbsp Coconut Cream

1 tbsp Olive Oil

5 drops of Peppermint Oil

5 drops of Lavender Oil

A  shower cap

Crack the egg into a bowl and whisk. Mix two tablespoons of coconut cream into the egg mixture. (It might be a bit lumpy, but that ok because when you apply to your hair, your body heat will melt it and it will distribute itself throughout your tresses) Add the olive oil, honey, glycerin, peppermint and lavender oil and mix. Then add the five tbsps (or more) of your “rinse-out” conditioner. Mix thoroughly.

Apply to freshly washed, damp hair. Cover with a shower cap and leave it on for 15-20 mins. Rinse out, then apply your favourite moisturizer and sealant.

That’s it!

I hope this was helpful and easy to understand.

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Look out for my next post!

Smile ❤

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