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This homemade deep conditioner was used on my natural hair with an egg, extra virgin olive oil, jojoba oil, coconut oil, and Herbal Essences Hello Hydration. I have 4c/4b natural hair which is typically drier than other natural hair types, so I like to do lots of homemade deep conditioners that are for moisturizing the hair. However today I am doing a homemade deep conditioner on my natural hair that will strengthen my hair.
You can use this egg protein deep conditioner on any type African American hair regardless if you have relaxed hair, transitioning hair, or “natural hair” and see great results!
This protein deep conditioner is on the lighter side, and stills gives my 4c hair lots of moisture which it always needs. Yes my 4c/4b hair is like a sponge, it soaks up water and moisturizers like you would not believe.
My 4c hair has so much shrinkage, so it’s hard to see my natural hair length, but I accept it and try not to fight against it, lol
I loved this homemade deep conditioning treatment and I will continue to use it when I need to strengthen my hair or when I use heat styling.
Egg Protein Deep Conditioner Mix:
•1 whole egg
•1 cup of your favorite conditioner ( I used Herbal Essences Hello Hydration)
•¼ cup of extra virgin olive oil
•3 teaspoons of jojoba oil
•1 tablespoon of coconut oil
It’s very important that you rinse hair with cool water to close your hair cuticles and retain more moisture in your hair.
Reasons to do a protein treatment:
•Natural Hair, Relaxed Hair, Transitioning Hair is over elastic and is over moisturized
•You wear your African American hair out more than you wear protective hairstyles
•You use heating tools to style your African American hair
•You use chemical treatments such as relaxers, texturizers, or hair dyes
•African American Hair needs some strength added to it
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