‘Good Hair’ buys

    When Chris Rock decided to bring his brand of funny to the Black hair care industry, the hair care industry decided to bring its genorisity to you. Good Hair, Chris’s documentary that hits theatres on Friday, inspired some good hair sales. Check ‘em out:
    Miss Jessie’s Grow Out Challenge: Teaming up with NaturallyCurly.com, the curl and kink queens behind Miss Jessie’s are hosting a grow out contest. All you’ve got to do is commit to leaving your monthly relaxer alone and share your experiences with the Web. You can upload blogs, pictures or even videos for a chance to win $150 worth of Miss Jessie’s products, which are fantastic for "transitioners (i.e. folks growing their natural hair out)," naturals and relaxed girls alike. Of course if you don’t wanna put all of your hair business in the street, you can pick up some of their Curly Pudding for about $7.

    Hair Rules’ Good Hair Gift: This fantastic brand is all about the texture, whether you’re natural or relaxed. Their giving away 2 ounces of their Hydrating Finishing Cream with every purchase of their Daily Cleansing Cream ($22) when you shop through October 19. It’s a great deal, especially since those two products work well together: The cleansing cream is sulfate-free, so its super-moisturizing for dry hair, while the finishing cream is a non-greasy way to add daily moisture to any hair type.
    Oyin Handmade: Like the name implies, these products are 100 percent handmade. To get the discount code for online ordering, just watch the podcast (hint: it’s at the very end!). If you’ve never tried anything from this line, start with the Greg Juice ($11). It’s a fruity leave-in conditioner that smells great and leaves your hair soft without looking wet or sticky.
    Mixed Chicks: They’re not really having a sale, but their everyday low prices are no less inspiring. Favored by celebrities like Holly Robinson Peete and Halle Berry, the line is also about super-duper hair hydration, which makes it perfect for thick, unruly hair. We love their Deep Conditioner ($10). It’s thick and smoothes out frizz and tangles (it also works great for kids!).



    –Whitney Teal




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