The best way to describe my hair most days is that it is a mix between hurricane, a lightening storm and a stack of dry hay. Those are the good days. Since growing out my perm nine years ago I have struggled with how to control and tame my unruly hair. I have tried every product on the market and every trick in the book. With each tip I have been given, nothing has worked. So I give up, wash my hair and pull it back in a bun.
So when I heard about Miss Jessie’s Curly Pudding ($7-$38, missjessies.com) I was really skeptical but being the product hound that I am, I vowed to give it a chance. The package claimed that this creamy concoction transformed shrunken curls, kinks and waves into super shiny stretched out trussed. It is specially formulated to stretch out, soften and elongate curls without the “crunch” factor. It talked a good game but I would be the judge if it really could fulfill its promise. If it could do those things with my hurricane hair it could do it with anybody’s.
After showering and combing through my hair I applied the crÃ¨me from root to tip in small sections. Making sure I got the ends because my ends tend to get frizzy. Then I let it air dry. After an hour I went to the bathroom mirror and to my surprise my hair looked soft with perfectly defined curls. A blend of Macadamian and Almond Oil added shine while the Shea Butter added moisture to my dry hair. My curls have never looked so well defined and curly. I felt like I was looking at some one else in the mirror. It actually delivered. I had the hair I had been trying to get for almost the last decade.
Miss Jessie’s has a complete line of product. And judging on the Curly Pudding I am going to give all of them a try. If the other products work as well as the Pudding did I will let you know in future features. Until then if you’re rocking a natural do’ you have to try Miss Jessie’s Curly Pudding. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT!!!!