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Old 04-28-2013, 10:45 AM   #1
 
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Default Ideas for a glyercin free second day spray for summer

Anyone know of a good second day spray for summer? I have been loving Jessiecurl Awe Inspiriling spray but wonder if the glycerin won't be good in high dews. Thanks!
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Old 04-28-2013, 10:52 AM   #2
 
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My favorite second day refresher is 1 part AVG to 3 parts water in a spray bottle. Sometimes I'll add a pinch of epsom salts or a bit of ACV. Most often it's just the water and AVG.
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I will try that. Any problem with the aloe acting as a humectant in high dew? I live in Texas And summer is brutal. Also I have heard some others talk about Epsom salts. What does it do? Thanks!!

Oh also what are ur hair properties?
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My hair is fine and porosity is on the low side. My hair loves AVG and glycerin regardless of the dews. If the AVG doesn't work for you, you can mix a little conditioner with the water in a spray bottle. Many curlies like that combination but it weighs me down and gets me gunky.

Epsom salts can be a curl enhancer. Some find it drying so use it sparingly.
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Never thought of trying the conditioner with water. Will def. try that too! Thanks!
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