I tried a shaving hack using a $1.87 Walmart product – I was surprised by the result and it only took 5 minutes | The Sun

A TIKTOKER tried a shaving hack using a Walmart product and was surprised by the result.

Alyssa Marie Gray, who goes by @alyssamariegray on the app, triedout the " Magic"shaving powder, which she said she got at Walmart for $1.87, and her legs wound up being "so smooth."


Gray began the video by using a teaspoon to dole out the powder into a clear bowl.

After she began stirring the power with water, Gray said she learned in the process that the less water you use, "the better."

"It ended up really watery the first time, and I wound up wasting a lot of powder,"she said.

However, Gray was encouraged about the mixture, as she heard that it was better than other generic hair removal products.

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She was also informed you do not get any razor bumps with the mixture, and as it is just a powder, there is no way to get cut while shaving.

Gray warned viewers that she had let her hair grow out "quite a bit."

She then lathered multiple layers of the mixture on her legs and waited for 5-7 minutes (until the mixture was dry) to take it off.

Afterward, her legs were "super smooth."

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As a lot of "dead skin came off" she then exfoliated with a coffee-scented scrub.

In the caption to her video, Gray noted the powder works "everywhere."

The powder, which is formally called the "SoftSheen-Carson Magic Fragrant Shaving Powder, Razorless Shaving for Coarse Textured Beards," currently retails for $2.77 at Walmart.

The store website describes it as a"razorless shaving powder ….formulated for black men to help stop razor bumps."

They say it "provides a clean, razorless shave that lasts up to 4 days."

They advise mixing it with water, just as Gray did.

Another TikToker showed a shaving hack, without lifting the tip.

The U.S. Sun has also reported on luxury makeup dupes Walmart offers.

Finally, a TikToker found heavily discounted Walmart products for just 3cents.

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