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egg n mayo

Hey ladies
I mean hearing ppl doing this.does it work? How often should you do it? Does it matter wat brand?
Over all what you think bout it

Comments

  • pinkwolfpinkwolf Posts: 430Registered Users
    This has worked wonders for me! I've gone through bottles/jars of over the counter PT and they just don't work the same as this homemade combination. In my siggy, I have the best staple PT I have ever tried. :)

    The mayo brand I use is Best Foods only because we use it in our house. But from my experience it doesn't matter what brand, as a long as it says "Real Mayonnaise" and NOT Reduced fat or the salad dressing type-like Miracle Whip.

    I do a PT once every 2-3 weeks with a conditioning cap. I would suggest more often if you color treat your hair or use heat tools. Not sure if you are protein sensitive but just be careful of that. Hair is protein afterall and you don't want to overdue it. HTH
    *Natural 3C/TWA* :toothy7:
    Wash: BS/ACV, ABS, KC Come Clean
    Conditioner: Garnier WB Honey Treasures
    , Garnier WB Apple & Green Tea
    Pre-Poo: Oils & Honey Mix
    DC: Garnier WB Honey Treasures Mask, SM 10-N-1

    PT: Super Mayo Deep Conditioning Treatment
    Styler:
    KCCC, Eco Styler
    Leave-In: KCKT, Garnier WB Coconut & Cocoa Butter LI
    Moisturizer:
    Whipped Shea Butter
    Oil/Sealant:
    EVCO, Jojoba
  • mixedcurlygirlmixedcurlygirl Posts: 81Registered Users
    pinkwolf wrote: »
    This has worked wonders for me! I've gone through bottles/jars of over the counter PT and they just don't work the same as this homemade combination. In my siggy, I have the best staple PT I have ever tried. :)

    The mayo brand I use is Best Foods only because we use it in our house. But from my experience it doesn't matter what brand, as a long as it says "Real Mayonnaise" and NOT Reduced fat or the salad dressing type-like Miracle Whip.

    I do a PT once every 2-3 weeks with a conditioning cap. I would suggest more often if you color treat your hair or use heat tools. Not sure if you are protein sensitive but just be careful of that. Hair is protein afterall and you don't want to overdue it. HTH


    Hey pinkwolf thanx for reply.
    I have heat damage that im recovering from.how long have u been using this for? Do you add anything else to it.how do you rinse it out
  • hambo02hambo02 Posts: 480Registered Users
    what does mayo do? i heard it strips the hair.
  • pinkwolfpinkwolf Posts: 430Registered Users
    pinkwolf wrote: »
    This has worked wonders for me! I've gone through bottles/jars of over the counter PT and they just don't work the same as this homemade combination. In my siggy, I have the best staple PT I have ever tried. :)

    The mayo brand I use is Best Foods only because we use it in our house. But from my experience it doesn't matter what brand, as a long as it says "Real Mayonnaise" and NOT Reduced fat or the salad dressing type-like Miracle Whip.

    I do a PT once every 2-3 weeks with a conditioning cap. I would suggest more often if you color treat your hair or use heat tools. Not sure if you are protein sensitive but just be careful of that. Hair is protein afterall and you don't want to overdue it. HTH


    Hey pinkwolf thanx for reply.
    I have heat damage that im recovering from.how long have u been using this for? Do you add anything else to it.how do you rinse it out

    You're welcome :) I have been using this for years now, but I recently ran into this Mayo PT in my siggy which I've been doing for months now with fab results. I follow the recipe to a "T"! It is amazing and I have noticed the overall health of my hair getting much better and stronger. The mayonnaise treatment will restore moisture and vitality to your strands. Give it a try I am sure you will like it. :hello1:
    hambo02 wrote: »
    what does mayo do? i heard it strips the hair.

    Mayonnaise contains eggs and oil, which add shine, body and strength to your hair, leaving it silky soft. My mother used mayo on my hair ever since I was a child without any problems however I was relaxed at that time so my hair needed the mayo treatment more often (relaxer strips protein from the hair).

    I believe the reason people say that it strips the hair is because they are using it too frequently or are protein sensitive.
    *Natural 3C/TWA* :toothy7:
    Wash: BS/ACV, ABS, KC Come Clean
    Conditioner: Garnier WB Honey Treasures
    , Garnier WB Apple & Green Tea
    Pre-Poo: Oils & Honey Mix
    DC: Garnier WB Honey Treasures Mask, SM 10-N-1

    PT: Super Mayo Deep Conditioning Treatment
    Styler:
    KCCC, Eco Styler
    Leave-In: KCKT, Garnier WB Coconut & Cocoa Butter LI
    Moisturizer:
    Whipped Shea Butter
    Oil/Sealant:
    EVCO, Jojoba
  • mixedcurlygirlmixedcurlygirl Posts: 81Registered Users
    Mayonnaise contains eggs and oil, which add shine, body and strength to your hair, leaving it silky soft. My mother used mayo on my hair ever since I was a child without any problems however I was relaxed at that time so my hair needed the mayo treatment more often (relaxer strips protein from the hair).

    I believe the reason people say that it strips the hair is because they are using it too frequently or are protein sensitive.[/QUOTE]

    So which better mayo n egg or egg n coconut oil

    Do you mix mayo egg together or do you just use mayo by itself
  • pinkwolfpinkwolf Posts: 430Registered Users
    I mix all these ingredients together. I have the link to the recipe is my siggy. You can use each ingredient seperatly if you want. Sometimes I will use coconut oil as a hot oil treatment.

    I tried using eggs once before by itself but it didn't seem to do anything for my hair. Its all trial and error. Try it and see what works for you but I highly recommend the recipe in my siggy.

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    *Natural 3C/TWA* :toothy7:
    Wash: BS/ACV, ABS, KC Come Clean
    Conditioner: Garnier WB Honey Treasures
    , Garnier WB Apple & Green Tea
    Pre-Poo: Oils & Honey Mix
    DC: Garnier WB Honey Treasures Mask, SM 10-N-1

    PT: Super Mayo Deep Conditioning Treatment
    Styler:
    KCCC, Eco Styler
    Leave-In: KCKT, Garnier WB Coconut & Cocoa Butter LI
    Moisturizer:
    Whipped Shea Butter
    Oil/Sealant:
    EVCO, Jojoba
  • mixedcurlygirlmixedcurlygirl Posts: 81Registered Users
    pinkwolf wrote: »
    I mix all these ingredients together. I have the link to the recipe is my siggy. You can use each ingredient seperatly if you want. Sometimes I will use coconut oil as a hot oil treatment.

    I tried using eggs once before by itself but it didn't seem to do anything for my hair. Its all trial and error. Try it and see what works for you but I highly recommend the recipe in my siggy

    Okay ill try ur recipe whats your siggy link
  • HouseofcurlsHouseofcurls Posts: 322Registered Users
    There was a link to a recipe on nc.com and it was egg yolk, rum, and evoo. I just do the yolk and rum and my hair loves it!
    Rae ~ 2c/3a ~
    Wife to a 3c Curly Guy
    Mom to a straight and a curly.


    "The Longer the Hair, the Bigger the Blob."

    Porous, very dense but fine hair. Medium everything else.
    CoWash: Tressemee naturals
    RO: Generic biolage and generic joico k-pak
    LI: Tresemee
    Miss Jessie's Pillow soft curls, diffuse 50%, add KCCC and diffuse to 80%.
    Always wash upside down.
  • pinkwolfpinkwolf Posts: 430Registered Users
    pinkwolf wrote: »
    I mix all these ingredients together. I have the link to the recipe is my siggy. You can use each ingredient seperatly if you want. Sometimes I will use coconut oil as a hot oil treatment.

    I tried using eggs once before by itself but it didn't seem to do anything for my hair. Its all trial and error. Try it and see what works for you but I highly recommend the recipe in my siggy

    Okay ill try ur recipe whats your siggy link

    Here it is:
    Super Mayo Deep Conditioning Treatment Deep Conditioner - NaturallyCurly.com
    *Natural 3C/TWA* :toothy7:
    Wash: BS/ACV, ABS, KC Come Clean
    Conditioner: Garnier WB Honey Treasures
    , Garnier WB Apple & Green Tea
    Pre-Poo: Oils & Honey Mix
    DC: Garnier WB Honey Treasures Mask, SM 10-N-1

    PT: Super Mayo Deep Conditioning Treatment
    Styler:
    KCCC, Eco Styler
    Leave-In: KCKT, Garnier WB Coconut & Cocoa Butter LI
    Moisturizer:
    Whipped Shea Butter
    Oil/Sealant:
    EVCO, Jojoba
  • mixedcurlygirlmixedcurlygirl Posts: 81Registered Users
    pinkwolf wrote: »
    pinkwolf wrote: »
    I mix all these ingredients together. I have the link to the recipe is my siggy. You can use each ingredient seperatly if you want. Sometimes I will use coconut oil as a hot oil treatment.

    I tried using eggs once before by itself but it didn't seem to do anything for my hair. Its all trial and error. Try it and see what works for you but I highly recommend the recipe in my siggy

    Okay ill try ur recipe whats your siggy link

    Here it is:
    Super Mayo Deep Conditioning Treatment Deep Conditioner - NaturallyCurly.com

    Thanx I need try it.tb is tablespoon right lol