Cassandra is a really good friend of mine. Recently, she shot a movie in Africa called Kinyarwanda where she plays a Ruandan Heroine Lt. Rose.
For the role, Cassie had to transition her hair from relaxed to natural. Since she hadn't been natural for years, she's been trying various hair treatments for months and thinks she finally may have found something that works for her. Here's her guest review:
"It's been around 7 months since I decided to go natural. Now, I usually just wear my hair as a fro. I spray natural olive oil on my hair when needed. However, I noticed that even after the application of oilive oil, my hair still looked dry. I have been pushed by so many people to try Miss Jessies. In the past I had been a little dissapointed with Miss Jessie's Sweet Back Treatment. After using it, although my hair was left incredibly soft, after it dried, it still looked dry and dull. However, after using it alongside Miss Jessie's Curly Pudding, all I have to say is CHA CHING. My hair looked so different.
I apply Miss Jessie's Sweet Back Treatment on my hair and leave it on for about 15 minutes. It really does make my hair easy to comb through and soft. After that, I apply a dollop amount of Miss Jessie's Curly pudding, and apply it thoroughly in my hair. The curly pudding really loosens the curl, and adds a shine and depth to my hair like no other product I've used before. Give the curly pudding some time to absorb though because it leaves a white substance on your hair, that takes about 15 minutes to absorb.
The strands that are usually dull and dry are now ridiculously shiny and my curls have more of defined spiral look. I think this hair pudding is a must for all of us who wear fros because it makes the hair or at least my hair look more neat and pulled together. My curls are much more defined and longer which is huge plus for me because usually I have to pull on my fro all day to keep the curls looking longer but no more.
So I give the curly pudding and the Sweet Back Treatment 5 stars.
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Cassie will be starting her own blog soon too, until then, please check her website out at