Today is the day I share my usual hair related style, tutorial or inspiration. Well, today is different. While what I’m about to share is about hair, it’s not a good thing.
I wish I could post a pic of their products but I don’t have the sample pack anymore and I don’t want to grab a photo from their site or I’d probably be sued.
Why Miss Jessie Why?
I’m not going to beat around the bush on this one. I didn’t want to bash this product line but I have to. Many naturals will agree while others may not. I’ma pray for you 🙂
So, what IS this crap that Miss Jessie’s is selling??? Not only are their products over priced, they are crap. Yup, I said it. C-R-A-P.
Just read the ingredients. You don’t have to trust me on that one. The ingredients speak for themselves.
Now, if you’re bold enough put that mess in your hair, you’ll see what I mean.
From Flourishing to Needing Nourishing
My hair has been flourishing for the last year. It has had minimal breakage and it’s stayed soft and moisturized from one wash day to the next. I’ve managed to maintain an average of 1/2 inch of growth every month.
I put that damn Miss Jessie’s Baby Butter Cream in my hair. Forgive me, I really don’t use profanity but I am so so so so pissed with this product line.
Yes, it smells good.
Yes, it appears to be a wonderful texture when you roll the cream between your fingers.
It left my hair in shambles. My hair was gummy and dry and coarse. Something I have not experienced EVER. Not even when I had a relaxer.
Here’s another thing. I’ve tried hundreds of products – expensive and cheap. My hair didn’t necessarily like all of them but NEVER did it react to a product in such a way.
This mess really needs to be taken off the market. i feel so strongly about it.
Two days after putting this Miss Jessie’s product in my hair, I washed it out and deep conditioned my hair followed by sealing and twisting it…my usual practice.
At first it seemed like all was back to normal. Then a day later it dried out again which leads me to believe this Miss Jessie’s Baby Butter
Cream crap has caused some kind of damage to my hair.
My only recourse? I’m going to now try the baggy method to try and return my hair to it’s healthy condition.
I don’t knock people having a hustle but really? This?
Based on my conversations with many naturals, there are a number of us who have had poor experiences with this product line.
The only saving grace is that I used a sample and didn’t waste the $65 for the full size jar they are
selling scamming people for.
Have You Tried Miss Jessie’s Products? If so, what has been your experience? Dish