Homemade Egg Hair Masks For Healthy Hair


Since eggs are so rich in protein, sulfur, biotin – all of which are necessary for healthy hair, consuming it internally or otherwise applying it topically gives you luscious tresses, soft to touch, shiny, and free of split ends and breakage.  So, along with adding that delicious frittata to your daily diet, you can make homemade egg hair packs to condition your hair and to get beautiful mane.  I have listed some homemade hair packs down below:

1.  Egg and Vinegar Hair Mask:

  • One egg (both white and yolk).
  • 1 tbsp vinegar.
  • 1 tbsp olive oil.

Mix all these together, apply from the roots to the hair strands.  Keep for 1 to 2 hours, rinse off from hair with shampoo.  This hair pack gives silky, shiny, and smooth hair.  The egg conditions and provides protein to hair.  Olive oil provides moisturization, and vinegar is an effective cleansing agent.

Protein egg hair mask

2.  Egg, Olive Oil, Honey Protein Hair Mask:

Olive Oil

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Olive oil is an excellent conditioner and repairs dry, frizzy, and damaged hair.  Yogurt is high in proteins and helps in clearing up dandruff.  Honey is also an excellent moisturizer.

  • 2 eggs.
  • 1/2 cup curd.
  • 1/2 cup olive oil.
  • 1/2 cup honey.
  • 1/2 cup flat beer/synthetic vinegar mixed in 1 cup of water.

Beat the eggs in a blender.  Once it is frothy, add oil and make it to a creamy consistency.  Add honey and curd and whisk.  The pack is ready.  Comb out the hair and apply the pack with a brush.  Let it sit for 30 minutes.  Rinse hair in cold water and conditioner to soften hair before shampooing.  Shampoo and condition as usual.  Use the flat beer/vinegar and water mix as a final rinse to restore shine.

3.  Egg and Mayonnaise Hair Mask:

Mayonnaise is a rich mixture of natural oils and eggs which is rich in natural fats, vitamin A, B and D, very good for hair.  It is an inexpensive way to provide deep conditioning treatment.

  • 1 cup mayonnaise.
  • 1 cup olive oil.

Add the olive oil in the mayonnaise and mix it well.  Apply to the hair and rinse off after 2 hours.

4.  Egg Hair Pack:

The only thing required in this pack is egg.  The other things are just a bowl to mix and a brush to apply.  Crack open the egg and separate the white from the yolk.  Take the egg white in a clean bowl.  Apply the egg white to the scalp using a brush covering from root to tip.  You can use as many egg whites as you want to cover the entire hair.

5.  Banana, Honey, and Egg Hair Mask:

How healthy are bananas? Bananas are rich in Vitamin B6 and a good source of fiber, vitamin c, magnesium and potassium.

  • One whole ripe banana.
  • Two egg whites.
  • Two tablespoons honey.
  • Four tablespoons olive oil.

Mix all the ingredients together, apply on the hair, wash off with a mild shampoo after one hour.

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18 thoughts on “Homemade Egg Hair Masks For Healthy Hair

  1. Awesome post . *jai ho* Even i use egg and vinegar hair mask. it works wonders. *pigtail* If you want to reduce the pungent smell of egg, you can add pure vanilla extract to the mask *preen*

    1. Mayuri….thanks ssoooooooooooo much for the vanilla tip….I am going to use it *happy dance* *happy dance* *happy dance* *happy dance*

  2. *thankyou* *thankyou* Jomol, I love you for posting this 😀 !!! My hair has been acting terrible of late and I’ve been thinking of some home made hair masks. My Mom used to put egg on my hair when I was a kid and I hated the smell!! No amount of shampoo would make the egg smell go. I have to try it out again now 🙂

  3. *thankyou* Jomol…..for dis awsum post.. *hifive* i have been using egg,honey and oilve oil hair mask..and trust it has made my hair shiny and also i feel ki it has helped my hair get long quickly after its regular application. *happy dance*

  4. Same pinch Fab. Even I have issues with the smell of eggs IN HAIR *headbang* *headbang* *headbang*
    I tried the vanilla essence, rose water etc in packs. But the problem is after we shampoo the hair still smells of eggs *smug* . I have long hair so its even worse. I get conscious when people stand near me….i feel they would get the smell, as my family members tease me..whereever I go the smell follows. *waaa* *waaa* . Hence though I know the benefits I stopped using eggs on hair. *nababana*
    Anyone having ideas *specs* on this please please suggest. Want to get the benefits of these masks without the smell.

    1. Hey even I cant tolerate egg smell..I have used honey,banana,egg,methi powder,amla powder,lemon juice pack..methi,lemon juice n amla smells neutralize egg smell to a great extent. .it made my hair soft..u can avoid lemon n add curd if ur hair is dry

  5. jomol do we have to put a clip on nose when we use these masks.. *woot* *woot* *woot* *woot* i want to try the banana one *happy dance* *happy dance* *happy dance* *happy dance* awesome posttt *clap* *clap* *clap*

  6. I loved this post *woot* *woot* i just love eggs for my hair… infact the best thing for my hair are the eggs *happy dance* *happy dance* they make hair soo gorgeous but hairfall is bad when i put eggs *cry* but never mind i manage *hihi* *hihi*

  7. Very useful Post 🙂
    I use egg masks frequently and the results are amazing.. My hair has become healthier since 2 months becoz of this 🙂 Thanks IMBB for awakening me about the beauty world *oye balle* *oye balle*

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