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Part 2: Easter Egg Beauty

Now, the Reese's eggs are a little different.Eggs can be your secret beauty gem.Is your hair a little extra crispy after repeated dye jobs? Hey, no judgement. We know it’s not about Kim K---you wanted the platinum silver look since we wrote about it back in 2012.

In any case going platinum or just trying to stay on top of your roots can be a first world, Hillary Clinton poverty struggle. Don’t worry though, as always PD’s got you covered.

Now, we’ve talked about the benefits of your basic crack an egg on your head mask before, but this year for Easter, up your moisture game by adding olive oil to your eggs.

Grab a small bowl and stir together 2 tablespoons of olive oil with 2 egg yolks. Add a half cup of water (this will aid the spread), stir again, and then massage the mixture on your scalp.

Carefully wrap your head in a plastic bag (this item might be hard to obtain if you live in California), and let it sit for 20 minutes.

You could use that said 20 minutes to start reading this month’s PD Book Club pick, or you could work on your own theory as to how Harry Reid lost a fight with a stationary treadmill.Even olive oil alone can do wonders.

With the 20 minutes done, gently remove the plastic bag, and rinse your hair out, again with COLD water. Hot makes for a Greek take on scrambled eggs. Cold is what you want.

Call it quits then and do not follow up this mask by shampooing.

There you have it, your tresses should now be moisturized and happy, as opposed to hay-like and angry.

You’re welcome. 

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  • Guest (Monika)

    I use this mask twice a month and weekly during in the Summer. It is a lifesaver! Occasionally I will also add a little lavender essence or peppermint, because the smell of the olive oil can be a bit much for my taste.

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  • Guest (PointPleasant)

    I don't know putting eggs on your head feels like an April Fool's Prank.

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    This is a well designed fan fiction archive. The color scheme is very cool and pleasant.
    There are many fan fiction archives out there but personally I admire the efforts of webmaster.

    from London, UK
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