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www.ingodseconomy.com/naturally-frugal-egg-yolk-hair-wash

If you’ve got thicker or longer hair, two yolks might be needed–but for my shoulder-length fine hair, one yolk generally is enough. I don’t recommend using the egg white to wash with. While it won’t hurt your hair, it can cook in the hot water–leaving you with rubbery white bits in your hair. Egg yolks don’t do that.

www.hairbuddha.net/homemade-egg-shampoo-clean-strengthen...

I have been washing my hair with nothing but egg yolk for four months now. My routine is simple, simply separate the yolk and take the cup with it in to the shower where I water wash my hair before scooping egg on my fingers and rubbing it thru my scalp once done I massage it all into the rest of the hair then rinse with cool water.

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Give it a day between washes. On the day in between, feel free to rinse your body (and hair if you need to), but don’t shampoo your hair with the egg yolk. When your hair becomes used to the egg yolk and used to every other day shampooing, you may be able to add another day between washes.

www.healthyandnaturalworld.com/eggs-for-hair

How to make the egg yolk hair mask: Beat the egg yolk with a fork. Mix the oil, honey or yogurt with the egg yolk. Wash your hair. Apply the mixture to damp hair, making sure to massage the egg yolk hair mask into your scalp and taking care to coat all your strands of hair. Cover your head with a shower cap and leave for 15-20 minutes.

www.enkivillage.org/egg-yolk-for-hair.html

Always wash and/or rinse your hair thoroughly after using egg yolk for hair. Don’t use egg yolk for hair if you are allergic to any ingredients in the treatment. Be sure to watch for allergic reactions afterwards (symptoms including difficulty breathing, skin rashes, or swelling on the tongue and lips).

www.ingodseconomy.com/best-of-naturally-frugal-egg-yolk-shampoo

Washing with egg yolks conditions your hair as it cleans it. It has been revolutionary in my journey to ditch shampoo. My hair is silky, soft, and even fluffy. I don’t know that “fluffy” is a word normally used for hair, but my hair is fluffy and light! So here’s how it works: for my long hair I take one egg yolk and place it in a ...

www.rewardme.in/beauty/hair/10-hair-care-benefits-of-egg-yolks

Top Benefits of Egg for Hair: How Egg Is Useful For Hair Fall – Egg for Hair Loss Remedy. For manageable, silky and strong hair, take one egg and blend olive oil with it; Apply this on your hair and wash it after 30-45 minutes; Remember to wash with cold water; Also, this treatment is best for normal hair, as yolk can make your oily hair ...

www.cosmopolitan.com/.../hair/tips/a31036/diy-egg-hair-wash

Egg hair wash – a cracking alternative to shampoo. Lucy AitkenRead shares her eco thrifty-living tips with Cosmo and this week reveals her best beauty secret: Raw egg.

happyhairguide.com/alternative-shampoo/how-to-apply-egg-on-hair

How to apply egg on hair There are many ways to apply the egg to your hair – for example, simply cracking the egg on your head MIGHT work, however these are the least messy and most effective ways: The most simple way to wash your hair with an egg is to crack an egg into a squeezy bottle (a fizzy drink with a squeezy lid works well) and give ...

www.theodysseyonline.com/wash-hair-egg

Washing my hair with an egg was a great decision! I can't use it more than once a fortnight, however; egg washes are protein treatments, and if you use them too often, the protein builds up and gets gross. So once every two weeks, I'll be cracking an egg and getting yolk everywhere, because eggs are an awesome hair treatment. Thanks, internet!