Thursday, July 7, 2016

All Natural Hair Health: Reviving Hair Mask

My apologies for the delay in posting of late. Busy-ness crept into my schedule and I fell behind; but we're here with another fabulous recipe for your lovely locks, so all is forgiven, yes? Of course yes!

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When I was trying to grow and repair my hair after it began falling out, this was my go-to recipe. Nothing else I tried made my hair this soft, silky and shiny, nor made it grow so quickly.

A picture of what my hair looked like a year or two ago:

 This recipe is a bit on the messier side but it's totally worth it!

Let's have a look at the recipe, shall we? Onward...! 

Reviving Hair Mask Recipe

- 2 eggs
- 2+ tbsps of oil (I used coconut oil)
- 1 c of water
- several drops of essential oil of choice (I used rosemary) 

Throw everything in the blender (a food processor will work, too. Or if you don't own either of those, simply melt your oil and whisk ingredients together by hand) and whizz it up.

Be sure to mix it very well. You don't want bits of egg white stuck in your me, been there, done that.

It should look something like this:

It's very frothy and creamy, like putting liquid ice cream in your hair. It smells good enough to eat too...but I wouldn't recommend eating it. ;)

Pour mixture into a bowl, large enough for you to dip your hair into easily. And grab a clip for your hair so you can put it up after you apply the mask.

Go someplace where you can make a mess and easily clean it up. You could stand in the bathtub and do this for an easy clean up. Or go outside like I did.

Begin by dipping your hair in the mask, and slowly working it in until you cover everything. Pay special attention to your scalp and ends.

Once you've applied the mask to your hair, twist it up in a clip or shower cap and leave in for a minimum of 1 hour, or longer if you wish. Afterwards, wash your hair out in the shower using just water, or you can go ahead and give it a little shampoo.

Air dry your hair and enjoy silky smooth locks with a lustrous shine!   

 Photo credits to my photographer: Carolina

(she's full of it, isn't she? LOL)

I hope you enjoyed this installment of our all natural hair health series! 

Love and Rich Blessings - 

~ Aspen 


  1. I love it! The mix of egg (protein for strength) and coconut oil (moisturizing) and rosemary oil (stimulates the scalp) is a great blend. Do you find that adding water makes it easier to wash out?

    I never thought to add water with oil lol!

    1. Thank you! And yes, adding water makes it easier to apply and not so thick and sticky. And I haven't had any trouble with egg white pieces sticking in my hair since I've started blending it up, it comes right out.

      Blessings -

      ~ Aspen

  2. Hey! We (the blogging world and I) miss you!! Hope everything is ok! Hope to see you soon! God bless!

    1. Hey stranger! Hope all is going well with you too, it's sure been awhile. And thank you, I've kinda been missing the blogging world! Hoping to get back into it soon.

      Blessings -

      ~ Aspen

  3. Fantastic website you have here but I was curious
    if you knew of any user discussion forums that cover the same topics discussed in this article?

    I'd really love to be a part of community where I can get suggestions from other experienced
    individuals that share the same interest.
    If you have any suggestions, please let me know. Appreciate it!

    1. Hey there, I find lots of good recipes and articles on Pinterest (I have a whole board called "Long Locks" where I pin all kinds of hair masks, foods that promote hair growth, etc. Just do your research, there is lots of good information out there if you dig for it. You might also check out: They have some awesome raw, organic hair products free of chemicals, I don't know what hair type you have, but you might also check out the "curly girl method". Most of what I've learned about natural hair care came from trial and error and figuring out what works for my hair. So experiment around, research and see what your hair likes!

      Blessings -

      ~ Aspen