How to Diffuse Curly Hair with Miss Jessie’s Jelly Soft Curls Gel
I’m obsessed with products from Miss Jessie’s, yes. It’s a really great, accessible and affordable product line for those who are starting out on their curly hair journey. In fact, it wasn’t until I began using the Jelly Soft Curls that I started seeing better curl results in my hair!
As mentioned recently, I’m playing around with more conditioning and leave-in conditioners because of the new environment I live in. In this tutorial, I washed my hair and used SheaMoisture’s Argan Oil & Almond Milk Hair Masque, and had a lot of success with this than from previous attempts (using the same drying method and gel product). I truly believe that the hair mask helped with frizziness and helping my curls retain its shape.
What you’ll love about Jelly Soft Curls is that once you scrunch out the crunch, you’ll be left with what the name promises: super soft, touchable curls. I highly recommend this gel to those who have wavy – loose curly hair.
Here’s a video tutorial on how I love styling with the Miss Jessie’s Jelly Soft Curls gel for my curly hair using the praying hands method to apply products.
To clarify hair: Kinky Curly Come Clean Shampoo
To condition her: SheaMoisture Argan Oil & Almond Milk Hair Masque
To style hair: Miss Jessie’s Jelly Soft Curls Gel
To set hair: Fekkai ‘Soleil Beach Waves Spray’
To scrunch out the crunch: Miss Jessie’s Multicultural Curls Cream
To volumize hair: SheaMoisture ‘Fruit Fusion Coconut Water’ Weightless Dry Shampoo
I purchased the Jelly Soft Curls by Miss Jessie’s to try on my own. I was not paid nor sponsored to feature it. Reviews and opinions are my own. More hair inspiration here.