Egg on My Head

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When the girls and I started talking about at-home beauty treatments, I quickly realized that I was behind on this trend.

I had seen things on Pinterest, but never actually took the leap to smear my pantry ingredients in my hair or on my face.

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At first, I had the ambitious idea of making a hair treatment with a plethora of ingredients like avocado, banana, and honey.

But in the end I found myself with little time and even less ingredients.

So I went for the first thing on Pinterest that included two ingredients I didn’t have to run to the store to get.

And that is how I ended up with egg on my head.

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The concoction was just egg and coconut oil, and because for years I've been pretending I’m still the blonde I was as a child, the promise to repair my hair seemed like a good idea.

However, I realized after combining the ingredients that the coconut oil had hardened when mixed with the cold egg.

So after dousing my strands in chunky slime, I sat in the sun to try and warm the oil and make sure it coated my hair.

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In the shower my hair felt extra dry, and once I shampooed and conditioned, it softened a bit.

But after drying it I ended up with my same old 'do, just a little more brittle.

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I guess I was expecting shiny, moisturized hair.

So I was disappointed that I ended up with my same old hair...but maybe a touch worse.

Even all dressed up in a Rent the Runway top I felt like my hair was just okay.

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But I’m a newbie, so feel free to school me on your favorite at-home beauty treatments in the comments below and maybe I’ll try again.

Maybe.

See what everyone else did ♥