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more uses for epsom salts: to create Wavy Hair – mix a teaspoon of salts + a few drops of olive (or jojoba) oil + 1/4 cup H20 in a spritzer bottle and mist on damp hair. All Natural Annie

  • katelyn krista
    katelyn krista • 2 years ago

    Doesn't really work as well as scrunching products but fun to try.

  • Brandi Davila
    Brandi Davila • 2 years ago

    Salt and sun = split ends....be careful

  • Chucker B
    Chucker B • 2 years ago

    it isn't salt, it's magnesium sulfate

  • Fashion-drop
    Fashion-drop • 1 year ago

    Great I'm trying this tomorrow, will let you know how it go and I will post photo here http://pinterest.com/fashio...

  • Rachel
    Rachel • 33 weeks ago

    I have tried this a few times with different ingredients (other than the Epsom salts) and have found the best solution is to not fully saturate your hair with this, only to mist it when damp like you would with hairspray. Since I have thick straight hair, I like to mist my hair with this and then put it in braids before bed, which I take out and finger comb in the morning for a nice wavy effect that lasts most of the day. Good luck everyone!!

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