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I just tried it for the first time today. I didn't like how my hair felt sticky afterward, but after I rinsed, and put regular conditioner on it and rinsed again, my hair was super soft, and my bf says it is silkier. I will be trying it again next week.
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I use a mixture of avocado, egg and Ors Mayonaise. I love it!  It smells good and leaves my hair really soft and shiny

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I remember when I tried putting an egg in my hair.  It scrambled and was hard to remove.  Never again.
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Deep Condition:Avocado,Mayonnaise, Olive Oil and A egg yolk (never use the whole egg) Big smile
Shampoo:Baking SodaShocked
Baking soda and water is so much more healthier for your hair because shampoos have sulfates which in terms dry your hair out completely...Baking soda is a NATURAL ingredient and it works better than shampoo and is cheaper.Approve
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*Rinse everything with cold water, this keeps the frizz down and hair looking tamedWink
You can also put a little coconut oil, jojoba oil or olive oil in a spray bottle, mix it with water and spray your hair in the morning and at night to keep it moisturized all day NATURALLY.Thumbs Up
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Rachellee92 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 10 2011 at 1:39pm
Originally posted by Natural_Amber Natural_Amber wrote:

Deep Condition:Avocado,Mayonnaise, Olive Oil and A egg yolk (never use the whole egg) Big smile
Shampoo:Baking SodaShocked
Baking soda and water is so much more healthier for your hair because shampoos have sulfates which in terms dry your hair out completely...Baking soda is a NATURAL ingredient and it works better than shampoo and is cheaper.Approve
My deep conditioning is better than any conditioner I've ever used. It brings back your natural curls. It's affordable and last longer, and lets not mention that it's ALL NATURAL...And what's better than that? Cool
*Rinse everything with cold water, this keeps the frizz down and hair looking tamedWink
You can also put a little coconut oil, jojoba oil or olive oil in a spray bottle, mix it with water and spray your hair in the morning and at night to keep it moisturized all day NATURALLY.Thumbs Up
ohhh wow, veryyy good info :)
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I've never done it together, I'm still learning here beyond what my mother has taught me over the years.  We always did mayo for moisture and the egg for the protein, so does mixing it make it work better?
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I like eggs (rinse with cold water or u get scrambled eggs in your hair)

I like yogurt, grapeseed oil, peanut oil, coconut oil 

I do NOT like mayo bc I have curly hair and the smell never leaves
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I have tried both and love both, sometimes I use them both together with other ingredients. and yes the previous advice is wise, do not use any kind of heat in your hair with eggs, made that mistake once, was picking eggs out of my hair all day and so were other people, it is very hard to rinse it all out once the egg has hardened 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote afroqueenz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 26 2011 at 9:17pm
Originally posted by AllMixedUp88 AllMixedUp88 wrote:

I like eggs (rinse with cold water or u get scrambled eggs in your hair)

I like yogurt, grapeseed oil, peanut oil, coconut oil 

I do NOT like mayo bc I have curly hair and the smell never leaves

Yeah, me too, sometimes it doesn't come out for the days, the smell of mayo.
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Originally posted by Annie225 Annie225 wrote:

I remember when I tried putting an egg in my hair.  It scrambled and was hard to remove.  Never again.


This will happen if you used heat, or even if the water is too warm
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