From Black Voices — Next time I hit Target, I won’t just spend time admiring the Liberty of London collection and buying Archer Farms snacks. Well, I’ll do that too…but I’ll also make some time for the beauty aisle. Target has stepped their beauty department game up something fierce. Besides stocking the shelves with phenomenal cosmetics brands like Sonia Kashuk, Napoleon Perdis, JK Jemma Kidd, and Pixi, now Target has done what no other popular retail chain has done before: lead the way in sales of natural hair products.

That’s right ladies, you can get some of your favorite natural hair products at Tar-jay! Miss Jessie’s hit Target on March 28th —click here for a detailed list of store locations, complete with phone numbers so you can make sure your products are in stock.

If you’re new to Miss Jessie’s, I highly recommend starting out with Curly Buttercreme, or Curly Meringue. Few products give my hair the moisture and curl definition that these product do.

Also now available at Target — the Jane Carter Solution! Jane Carter’s products give natural nutrients and moisture to hair of many textures — my curls love it, and many that I know with a looser curl pattern love it too! Plus she’s got products for twists, roller sets, and those of us who use products to sculpt our hair into styles that need hold. My absolute favorite Jane Carter products are the Leave In Conditioner, Nourish and Shine, and the Scalp Nourishing Serum. I’m convinced that this product helped to alleviate my flakes and keep my scalp feeling fresh and itch-free. Love it!!

(Continue Reading Article @ Black Voices Hair Talk…)

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  • yay! i love jane carter products :) perfect for my curly hair

    • LifeCanBeSimple

      Love Miss Jessie’s. I’ve been using her for years. My curly lox thank her. I used to use Mixed Chick products but Miss Jessie’s is way more attainable.

  • Rhuebekah

    omg YEAHHHH!!!

  • julienne

    jane carter – nourish & shine finishing cream. the best I ever had.
    kinky curly – custard & knot leave in. brilliant

    I’m happy that “our” products are making it to the shelves of Target. I just hope their ingredients retain the same quality.

  • Awesome! I finally can try these products out. <3

  • AP

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    THOUGHTS ON THE “MISS JESSIE’S” PRODUCT LINE:

    1)The “MISS JESSIE’S” products USE MINERAL OIL
    & PETROLATUM (both of which damage both
    hair & skin) AS two of the KEY INGREDIENTS

    2) Titi & Miko – THE OWNER’S of the “Miss Jessie’s”
    product line (AND most of THE CLIENTS they choose
    to photograph) — achieve their hair-styles because
    they USE what they call a ”Silkener”’ (which is simply
    a mild relaxer / texturizer & made of CHEMICALS).

    3) The same results can be achieved for a fraction of
    the cost by going to a store and purchasing / applying
    the same dangerous (ex. relaxer / texturizer) as well
    as damaging (ex. mineral oil / petrolatum) products.

    4) People should save their money (and hair) by avoiding
    the cheaply-made / expensively-sold products (such as
    the ”Miss Jessie’s” line) that contain worthless and
    harmful ingredients such as mineral oil / petrolatum
    and / or are “chemically-dependent” to achieve results.

    5) The Owners of the ‘Miss Jessie’s’ product line appear
    to be no more inclined to reveal that their own hair
    (and that of the hair of the majority of the clients
    that are posted on their website ) has been “silkened”
    (i.e. chemically-processed) than they are to admit that
    two (2) of the main ingredients contained in their hair
    products are ‘mineral oil’ (“liquidum parrafinum”) and
    petrolatum — and actually try to downplay both facts.

    6) Meanwhile women found all over the US and
    Canada continue to unwittingly dole out a ton of
    money for a product which is essentially now the
    equivalent of taking a melted jar of ‘Blue Magic
    Hair Dressing’ or ‘Johnson’s Baby Oil’ and mixing
    it with a bottle of ‘Suave Instant Conditioner’

    (OK — maybe the Blue Magic/Johnson’s / Suave comment
    is a stretch –but — one hopes that the point is still taken
    — when it comes to ‘ethnic’ or ‘naturally-textured’ hair’
    … Miss Jessie’s simply “misses the mark” entirely.) =D