Titi, Miko, and the Miss Jessie’s BOGO!

I’ve been writing this here blog for four years now, and I’ve learned that there are a few products that bring out a natural hair junkie’s cravings and opinions more than Miss Jessie’s.

photo source: http://www.thestyleandbeautydoctor.com/2009/10/for-the-la-curlies-miss-jessies-wilshire-beauty-event/

Whether it’s the Curly Pudding or the Baby Buttercreme or the Rapid Recovery Treatment – there’s a Miss Jessie’s product that natural haired bellas are buzzing about.

It’s been both amazing and inspiring to watch the brand grow. Now Miss Jessie’s isn’t a little brand that could anymore. It’s mainstream enough to be on shelves at Target — now it’s at 200 new Target locations!
Click to learn more and find it at a store near you!
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I’ve got three big pieces of Miss Jessie’s news for ya.

#1 – it’s become an anticipated tradition at this point – every year around the holidays, Miss Jessie’s offers their customers a sweet BOGO deal. This year is no exception!

Click here to get yourself something awesome – until December 31, it’s Buy One, Get One free!

#2 – Titi and Miko Branch, the sisters who created the brand, will be my very special guests on the second-to-last episode of Afrobella Radio. So if you’ve got questions, please leave them in the comments! I’m so excited to talk to them about working together, building a brand, and of course natural hair and what products and styling techniques they recommend for winter.

#3 – you’re gonna have to wait till Thursday! Ha!

Tune in, Thursday December 2 at 10 am Central, 11 EST!
And don’t forget to check out Mss Jessie’s on their official site, Facebook, and Twitter!

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Comments

  1. On a related hair note can you provide some professional feedback on the benefit if any of using hot combs or flat irons on hair of children aged from babyhood to age 11?

    • OMG BABYHOOD???? I can’t imagine a little kid not moving around enough to avoid getting burns on her ears or edges. I doubt there’s any “benefit” to it, but I know from when I was natural but hot combing it trains your hair and eventually will relax the curl. There was a large difference between the hair being hotcombed frequently and the newer growth, even when wet.

  2. Please help! How do I combat shrinkage in a humid climate? Houston, Texas is ridiculously humid even in the winter! BTW, your dreamy creamy products are available at my local Target. My poor husband thought I was being attacked the way I screamed when I saw the endcap with Miss Jessie’s.

  3. just out of curiosity would you say people are more vocal about miss jessie’s than carol’s daughter? maybe it’s where i live (fort greene, brooklyn, ny) but i hear way more about the latter (good & bad).

    • Interesting. I bet you’re right about your location being significant–it was the birthplace of Carol’s Daughter, after all. I’ve always had some trouble making sense out of the pricing of of Miss Jessie’s in the face of their ingredients, and that does seem to be an issue of contention with some others out there (google it).

  4. Saved Diva says:

    I would like know why the put petrolatum, mineral oil, and paraens in their products when they are detrimental to hair health. I will never patron this company for that reason. Additionally, they do not offer a sulfate free shampoo….

  5. A quick overview of how much of the product to use on a one inch strand(dry twist style) and the amount of moisture which is needed in that strand. It seems when I use more product or not enough moisture for a section(one inch) of hair, it affects the amount of hold. On a similar note I think the instructions on use of product should be clearer or perhaps the videos and instructions on the website should show more clearly the amount of water and product to use on each strand; if the answer depends on hair volume or any other factors please explain. Thanks so much.

  6. Hello TiTi & Miko,

    I love your products and want to introduce them on my daugthers hair. My 1st daughter is 4 and she has really thick course, dry, hair. Ive tried everything it soaks up anything i put on it. What do you recommend as for a keeping moisture in her hair? and Training it. Also, my 2 year old has really mixed girl hair very soft and curly, what do you recommend?

    Thanks

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