Even if you are not planning on a Sunday Brunch for yourself today, you can easily and quickly whip up a Sunday Brunch mask for your hair that will leave it shiny, soft, and well conditioned. If you are a brunette or a redhead, you can follow the main course with coffee. If you are a blond, a little chamomile tea, or lemon juice, is more in order. Don’t worry, you won’t be heating up the kitchen at all!
To begin, milk two whole eggs with 5 or 6 tablespoons of olive oil, and 2 tablespoons of honey. I also like to add a couple of drops of rosemary essential oil, as it is an excellent essential oil for most hair types. Once you have the ingredients mixed well, apply to your washed and towel dried hair, then pile your hair onto you head, and wrap it all up in plastic wrap. Leave this one your hair for 15 to 20 minutes.
While this egg and olive oil hair mask is working it’s magic, if you do not already have some make brew up some coffee if you are a brunette or a redhead. If you are a blond, then make a nice cup of chamomile tea. After your Sunday Brunch egg and olive oil hair mask is done sitting on your head, remove the plastic wrap and rinse your hair with warm water. Brunettes and redheads, you can end with a rinse with coffee, which enhance the color of your hair, and bring out the highlights. Blonds, you can use a final rinse of the chamomile tea, which will do the same for you.
As an alternative to the coffee/tea rinse, brunettes and redheads can add two or three tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to the rinse water, and blonds can add two to three tablespoons of lemon juice to their rinse water.
Hair is made up of protein, and so are eggs. The olive oil acts much in the same way as a hot oil hair treatments. Do rinse well, using one of the special, color specific rinses outlined above, or you can use plain old warm water, too.
No matter what you use, you can have a hearty Sunday Brunch, for your hair with this egg and olive oil hair mask, and none of it will go to you hips!