Egg yolks wont only make your hair softer, shinier, and healthier, but it helps you to grow it out long as well. Mix 2 egg yolks with 2 tbsp of olive oil, dilute the mixture by adding a cup of water, and then slowly and thoroughly massage this mask into your scalp. Give your hair and scalp 15 to 20 minutes to absorb all the needed nutrients and then rinse off.
TWIST DOUGHNUT BUN Okay, I'm pretty hopeless when it comes to updos (I usually have a hard time with just a ponytail; getting my part to sit right) but I was actually able to do this one. (I didn't do the twisty bit though since I didn't care for it.) I had tried the sock bun before and couldn't get my hair to cover it with other techniques but this is the only one that works with my thin hair.
1. Braids: Yes braids are still hot! Try for texture without frizz by lightly combing hair backward before the braids. Twist: Add volume with some creative twists and pinning. 3.** Loose Waves:** Wrap hair around a large curling iron for loose big curls that addd sass. Big Buns: Look for bun makers to create a big burst of volume onto your hair. Side-swept Hair: Curl and toss to the side, use a wand for more control. Think Farrah hair.