Unlisted Brand • Egg yolk • Masks
|Would buy this product again.||85%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
THIS REVIEW IS FOR A HAIR MASK. I kept seeing pins about using egg yolks on hair for a natural protein treatment. I finally broke down and tried a mask using 2 yolks, 2 tbsp of olive oil, and 1/2 c water. I poured it onto my long hair and let it set for 15 minutes before showering. I shampooed my hair twice, using a lot of shampoo, and it was still kind of a tangled mess. After conditioning and rinsing some more because I wanted to be sure I had rinsed the mask out completely (using just barely warm water) I got out of the shower to discover LITTLE PIECES OF COOKED EGG IN MY HAIR. It was DISGUSTING. They really clung to it too. I rinsed more and then had a helluva time combing through the tangles (which is not something I usually have). Combing through, my hair felt rough and as though it had been stripped, and I still found a few pieces of egg. I was running out of time to get ready by then so I blow dried it hoping they would come out. They did, as far as I can tell, and when my hair dried it felt soft enough though I did not notice an increase in shine. I will be sticking to plain ol' coconut oil or my store-bought masks in the future. This was not worth the mess. And I'm pretty sure my hair still smells like egg.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
THIS REVIEW IS FOR A HAIR MASK
I recently have been on a quest to correct some major styling damage done to the top of my hair from obsessive heat styling and teasing (don't let anyone fool you, you will thin your hair out IF you over do it OR do it incorrectly- I did both)... obviously I cannot magically repair my hair but I can protect what I have while my body works out the details and grows it back.
ANYWAYS ABOUT THE MASK- I did a mask/rinse of beer (O'Douls), an egg yolk and Jojoba oil, let it set for about 30 minutes and then rinsed and conditioned.
Ok I pretty much achieved what I meant to- my hair feels (key word is feels) thicker and is very well hydrated, although I think the beer made it kind of sticky but over-all it's something I plan on doing once a week for a while. If you need to add some structural integrity to thin or thinning hair I would recommend. I believe the jojoba oil is exchangeable for coconut oil (which I use often) or olive oil.
WORD TO THE WISE- make sure you really rinse your hair!! I didn't and a smelly egg odor has been wafting around me all day and it is not exactly pleasant. lol And rinse with cold water. Even warm water will make that egg harden (which may be exacerbation this whole gross egg smell lol)
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
omg this worked so well!!! and its only after one day of trying it . My skin tends to get really super red from most acne washes . And i have sensitive/ combination skin and i would suggest it for anyone with that skin type it works wonders for taking redness out!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Other Eyes: Other
This is the best hydrating mask I've ever used. I take one egg yolk and use a brush (or fingers) and apply one layer at a time all over my face and sometimes down my neck. I leave it for about 15 mins and rinse off and apply moisturizer. It leaves my skin super hydrated soft and smooth.
I had sever flaking dry skin this winter and went 2 weeks without makeup, giving my skin a break but that didn't help. My cousins bday was coming up so I used this mask and the flaking dry skin was gone overnight. Amazing! Better than any expensive product I've ever tried!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
ive only used this today for the first time and i think it is a GREAT substitute of moisturizers. so for those who jjust want to leave their skin breathe at night or day, this is your stuff!
my routine for this is on weekends like sunday or any day off where i just stay home the whole day.you can use this at night before you go to sleep or at day, and it starts of with cleanser (As always) and then wipe my face with towel and use the egg whites, after washing the egg whites i dry my face for the egg yolk. i guess the difference between the whites n the yolk is that its not "drying" when its actually dry. and i mean that the texture when its dried off, it actually feels smooth and silky. so after washing it off i'd use cleanser to just get the smell off my face.
1. its a great substitute of moisturizer but still able to leave ur face breathable
2. it feels extremely smooth
3. it lasts a whole day, as in it does feel like youre wearing a moisturizer for the whole day, just doesnt grease or anything
1. the smell i guess:P
2. watch out for oily/combination skins, this may make your face oilier, but if it doesnt, CONGRATS! :D
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brown, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Blue
I really like this. I mix yogurt and egg yolk and it really helps my skin, much better than any expensive cream.
It moisturizes, tightens and close the pores .
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Egg yolk is such a good natural moisturizer for the skin.I use it as moisturizing mask and it really does give the skin a glow as well as hydrating it.