A while back, it was very popular to create a tie-dye coloring effect on your egg. If you want to recreate this in Photoshop, you should be thrilled to know that it is one of the easiest methods to reproduce! Those of you might recognize how similar this is to creating a woodgrain texture in Photoshop.
Create a new layer over your egg and fill it with the color of your choosing. Here I'll be using a pale pink.
Go to filters and select "Add noise" and input the the following settings:
Monochromatic: Uncheck this box
Now go to Filter and select Blur, and within the submenu select Motion Blur. Set the angle to 0 degrees and the distance to 999 pixels
Use the rectangular marquee to select the edge where the lines seem pretty defined, so toward the right or left edge. Press CTRL+T, which will bring up a free transform bounding box.
Grab the right (or left) edge of the box and drag it the whole way across the canvas like so:
Now go to Filters and select Liquify.
Now you get to play around with the tools to your left. The main three you will use have been highlighted in the image below.
Simply grab a large brush and begin sweeping around your canvas however you would like! There are no right or wrong methods to this! Here's my example:
Hit OK when finished.
Now to apply it to only your egg, click on the thumbnail of your egg in the layer panel while holding CTRL. This will select your egg only.
Now press SHIFT+CTRL+I and hit the delete button on your keyboard. Here is your finished result!