Monday, December 10, 2012

Eggs and Flour Quick Treatment

The following recipe is my quick fix treatment I decided to do after giving my hair a much needed detangling and shampooing. 

I mixed the following together into a thick creamy consistency.

1.  Milk- for protein and vitamin D.

2.  Flour-  to thicken the mixture, but also contains Niacin, Iron, Folic Acid, Thiamin, and Riboflavin.

3.  Apple Juice-  to help combat frizz and is a great source of vitamin C.

4.  Vegetable Oil-  for adding lubrication and moisture.

5.  2 thoroughly beaten eggs- for protein and restoration.

6.  Honey- for adding luster, shine, is anti fungal, and restoration.

Once all ingredients have been mixed to a desired consistency, I spritzed my hair with a little water and began applying; starting with the ends, I saturated the mixture throughout my entire head without clumping the hair together and forming knots and tangles.  After using up the whole treatment, I grabbed a plastic conditioning cap and placed on my head securing all hair into it for proper penetration; for maximum heat I wrapped an old grocery bag over the cap to increase the natural heat.  Once everything is secured allow the concoction to set for at least 45 minutes, then rinse thoroughly following up with a co-wash.

This recipe made my hair feel very supple and restored, I loved the way all of the ingredients rejuvenated my strands, giving them a fuller, shinier appearance.  Somethings I will say is do not allow this treatment to set overnight, for doing so will cause the eggs to cook and become scrambled.  Be sure to start your initial rinse with cool water because using higher temperatures can also cause the eggs to scramble and trust me scrambled eggs are not fun or easy to remove from kinky hair.

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