My Homemade Egg Shampoo Review

Layonie Jae's Homemade Egg Shampoo review!
Ok so when I heard about this I just HAD to try it! I’m not usually the experimental type, I prefer convenience, just pick up a tub and go kinda girl but I was really curious about this and couldn’t wait to try it!

Here’s what I used:

Eggs for Layonie Jae's homemade egg shampoo Ingredients for Layonie Jae's Egg Shampoo

  • 3 eggs (using only the egg yoke)
  • 1 tea spoon of honey
  • 2 tea spoons of olive oil

And whisked it all up in a cup with my folk until it was of a nice creamy texture, then I was all set to go!

After wetting my hair I applied the egg mixture. For some reason I was still kind of expecting my hair to lather up like it usually would with actual shampoo but it didn’t however I still massaged the egg mixture into my hair as I normally would. Apparently the egg mixture is also suppose to act as a conditioner too so I left it in my hair for a few more minutes before giving my hair a thorough rinse! Usually after I shampoo I always use conditioner (but for this review, I decided not to).

At first it felt funny and sticky when I rinsed it all out but I’m not sure if this was actually the case or just my imagination playing tricks on me but after I towelled dried my hair it was surprisingly clean. Seriously it works! I’m impressed!

I planned to spend the day at home so after applying some TRESemme 24 Hour Body amplififying mousse I allowed my hair to air dry naturally. And the next day I was still very happy with how my hair felt!
Layonie Jae's Homemade egg shampoo Review!
Would I use my homemade egg shampoo again..?
Yes probably! It wouldn’t be a regular part of my routine but yes I would!! And I’d try it with slightly different or more ingredients next time (as I did come across a few online).
So there you go! Homemade egg shampoo.. Will you be giving it a try….?
Layonie Jae xxxx
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Protect Your Hair

Whenever we use heated appliances on our hair we need to apply heat protection creams or sprays before hand!
At college we use the Wella Professionals Thermal Image Heat Protection Spray, you can pick this up for around £7 for a 150ml bottle.
I have also started using Schwarzkopf Pro Styling Heat Protection Straightening Spray Strong Hold on my hair which you can pick up at around £2.99 for a 200ml bottle.
Constant use of heat to the hair can damage hair and cause it to break off, it weakens and destroys vital proteins in your hair as well as deplete your hair’s natural oils, so if you regularly use heated appliances to your hair remember to apply your heat protection creams, serums or sprays first!!
 
Creating that fabulous hair style is about caring for your hair aswell as the styling of your hair. The healthier your hair is – the better your style will look!! ~ Layonie Jae
On the days that I dont use heated appliances I slap on lots of lotions to keep my hair moisturised. I usually use Sof n free found here in my Top 3 or some Blue Magic Coconut Oil Hair Conditioning (which you can pick up for around £2.50 for a 300ml tub) I tend not to over wash my hair to prevent it from drying out & I use condition treatments regularly which I’ve listed here in A little TLC for your hair!
Layonie Jae xxx💗