Jan 20, 2008


I have very fine and thin hair. I read before that eggs are very good for types like mine. I agree, I've tried this remedy for some time and it does help. Could be the nutrition in the egg yolks, maybe.

The one on the beer is a popular remedy too. I tried it twice but not too sure if it really works.. hahaha but my friend did say my hair glimmered. Not sure if that is the effect. But try it with Kilkenny or Barons. Expensive but pinched some from hubby..lol

Use it to: Add strength to damaged, weakened hair
Why it works: Eggs’ high protein content helps improve hair’s resilience and luster. How-to: Whisk together 1 egg, 2 tablespoons coconut oil, and 2 tablespoons sesame oil. Apply the mixture to dry hair and wrap a hot, moist towel around your head. Relax for 5 to 10 minutes. Without wetting hair first, work in a handful of shampoo, and then rinse and condition your hair.

Use it to: Pump up flat, dull hair
Why it works: Yeast and hops help to swell the hair shaft and plump the cuticle, adding volume. The acidity of the beer helps remove built-up product residue. How-to: In the shower, after you’ve shampooed, pour a bottle of beer over your hair, Philip B. advises. Rinse briefly with fresh water (the idea is to avoid the Eau de Barfly effect while retaining the beer’s body-boosting benefits). A rich beer with a high yeast content works best. (Read: No light beer.)

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