How to Make Egg Shampoo

While the thought of eggs may bring to mind your Sunday morning breakfast, they can also come in handy for your weekly pamper routine. Eggs are deeply cleansing, and filled with protein that conditions and strengthens the hair. Egg shampoo is effective for all hair types, particularly those with dry hair who are trying to avoid drying sulphates. Set aside an egg from the pancake stash and whip up some shampoo for lush and healthy tresses.

Pour the egg and organic honey into a bowl. Use a whisk to mix them together until fully blended. Honey, a natural humectant, will thicken the mixture, while further conditioning your hair.

Add 1/4 cup of lukewarm or cold water to the bowl -- avoid hot water, as it will cook the egg -- and gently whisk until blended to a thick consistency. The water will allow the shampoo to go further.

Wet your hair with warm water, and pour the shampoo over your scalp and the lengths of your hair. Use your hands to work it through your hair from root to tip.

Allow the shampoo to sink in for five minutes. Pull on a shower cap if necessary.

Rinse the shampoo thoroughly from your hair with lukewarm or cool water.