8.5 fl oz
What It IsMiss Jessie's Multicultural Curls is a versatile formula that's ideal for all mixed textures. This revolutionary curling cream can be used on wet hair for wash-and-go styles, or on your dried curls for enhanced definition. The light hold prevents your hair from becoming too weighed down or oily. This multicultural styling product will help you refresh your style, increase manageability, tame frizz and keep your unique curl pattern shiny and beautiful. Paraben Free A product that either carries an unqualified on-pack statement indicating that the product is free from parabens, or carries an unqualified on-pack statement "no parabens." Cruelty Free A product has an independent third-party certification on pack or unqualified on-pack marketing claim relating to being cruelty-free and/or not tested on animals. See how we make shopping for wellness even easier. Learn more about our wellness icons
I wanted a product that would make my curls frizz free and I came across this product. It makes my curls very soft & defined. It’s a bit on a expensive side. About $18 but depending on where you go, you can find a packet of this product for $2. It doesn’t have a strong smell. It makes your hair look shiny. I don’t need a gel when using this product.
Miss Jessie's-Multicultural Curls
Tried and Trusted: My go-to hair care products
My hair care routine would not be complete without these products. I’ve been using them for years at this point and trust them to keep my curls looking defined and hydrated. Curls - Blueberry Bliss Reparative Leave In Conditioner cantu - Shea Butter for Natural Hair Moisturizing Curl Activator Cream Carol's Daughter - Black Vanilla Pure Hair Oil Miss Jessie's - Multicultural Curls While these are my tried and trusted go-to products, I’m always looking for new products to try, so lmk what works for you!
Carol's Daughter-Black Vanilla Pure Hair Oil
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