LOVE this recipe! My hair had been feeling like straw. After using your recipe it felt so soft and had lots of shine. I only used about a cup of yogurt and added a couple drops of tea tree oil. I did have to shampoo a couple times to get it all out, but it didn't dry it out at all. I'll be using this often. Thanks for posting!
This was really great for my hair, plus the fact that I had yoghurt that was just about to expire, and a surplus of egg yolks in my fridge. I only kept it on 20 min though - it kept dripping down my face!
My hair felt nice after this but I don't care much for the smell.
Extra ! my hair is very soft ! i used 2 tablespoons of olive oil and 1 tablespoon of orange blossom water, and pink food color, it smells very good, thank you =)
We tried this for a home 'spa' day with my daughters and myself. All of us have varying levels of curly (ie - frizzy) hair. This really helped keep the frizzies down and left even the curliest girl with soft ringlets. I have to agree with another reviewer who suggested making sure everything was at room temp...the girls said it felt like cold pudding in their hair, lol. But it washed out easily and left great results and they are all eager to try it again. I may add a few drops of peppermint oil next time so we don't all smell like we've curdled, lol, but that's a minor adjustment. Thanks so much for posting!
I've used this 3 times so far. My Mom was very impressed, she said my hair hadn't looked as good for a long time (even though I use store conditioner regularily)....my hair is long and curly, so it's hard to manage but this is great!
This works really well! I use olive oil on my hair regularly as an overnight deep conditioning treatment, so when I saw it as an ingredient here I knew it would be good. I applied it to dry hair, and put on a plastic color cap while it rested. I would definitely recommend holding your head over the bathtub while you're applying this! LOL! Also, let everything come to room temperature before applying - - I got a little bit of a shock when the cold stuff hit my scalp. :) Thanks very much for posting this, I'll be using it on a regular basis from now on.
This came as a surprise! I didn't really expect to be able to tell the difference, but my hair definitely seems smoother and nicer. I used only half the recipe because I have fairly short hair. I chose olive oil over almond extract - didn't really want anything strongly scented. When I mixed it up, it looked and smelled like something to put on a salad, but I went ahead and rubbed it into my (dry) hair. I then covered it with a cloth and waited 30 minutes. I will admit being a little concerned about whether it would wash out easily and whether my hair would smell like olive oil afterwards. There was no need - it shampooed out fine, and no scent was left. I don't often try things like this, but maybe I should start. Thank you very much for this recipe.