While on instagram the other night, as I scrolled through the various pictures on my timeline popped up an image of the new Miss Jessie’s Transitioner’s Magic.  I instantly became excited!

 

Miss Jessies Transitioners Magic

What is Miss Jessie’s Transitioner’s Magic?

Miss Jessie’s Transitioner’s Magic is a  phthalate-free hair styling product that contains a mixture of  Safflower Seed Oil, Avocado Oil, and Wheat Germ Oil that provides the hydration damaged hair craves, infused with Pumpkin Seed Extract and Soybean Seed Extract to revive life into lackluster strands and encourage growth, all of which are important when treating transitioning hair.

Miss Jessie’s Transitioner’s Magic was developed for women like me who do not want to do the whole “big chop” meaning cutting off all of the relaxed or chemically treated hair, which in most people’s cases, would leave you with a tiny afro or something shorter.   Transitioner’s Magic boasts superb hold and shine, and can be used as a styling agent.  And best of all you don’t have to worry about frizz and curl shrinkage.  We all know how real shrinkage is.

Miss Jessie’s Transitioner’s Magic isn’t going to be released until next month (February 2014), but, I am excited nonetheless. Why? Well, just in case you haven’t been keeping up with my hair care posts, I have stopped relaxing my hair for almost two years now.   Hair care when you’re transitioning from relaxed or chemically treated hair to natural is important, especially since you’re dealing with not one, but two different textures of hair.  Another reason why I’m excited about the Miss Jessie’s Transitioner’s Magic is because I’ve tried and currently use their Leave-in Condish both on my daughter and myself, and love it (read about it here).  When this product comes out, hopefully I will get to test it and report back on the results.

Miss Jessie’s Transitioner’s Magic will be available for purchase at MissJessies.com, Ricky’s NYC, Target, CVS and Duane Reade for $22.

 

Will you try Miss Jessie’s Transitioners Magic?

 

 

22 comments on “Hair Chronicles: New Product Alert Miss Jessie’s Transitioner’s Magic”

  1. I like how their leave-in condish works.. but not the smell. That's the biggest issue for me with most Miss Jessie's products, really. I have curly hair, but not ethnic, and I haven't relaxed in a while, so it doesn't sound like I need this. I want to hear how you think it smells, though! Have you tried her Pillow soft curls?
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    • The smell of leave-in condish reminds me of baby powder, but it dissipates quickly. I haven't tried pillow soft curls yet.

  2. What a great concept! I have been meaning to try other products from Miss Jessie's… the Curly Pudding is on my wish list!

  3. I love reading hair care posts! A good hair day makes me feel prettier than good makeup 🙂 I look forward to reading your review on this product when you get a chance to test it.

  4. I also relaxed my hair once and it completely destroyed it. I understand where you're coming from having to deal with 2 different textures it's kind of weird.. (and I also refuse to chop my ends off) SO this seems like a great product for girls like us! Would love to give it a go.
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  5. That is grew that there is something like this on the market now! I am just before getting a dramatic chop!!!
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  6. My hair is now in a protective style (senegalese twists) but prior to that I was using Shea Moistures Transitioning Milk. I love that sutff! Although I'm not going natural I am stretching my relaxers and going for a more textured look with texlaxing. Once I take these twists out I may purchase this to see how it works for my hair.
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  7. Heya! I'm in your SITS Tribe! Glad I found your blog, it's lovely! I'm going to go ahead and follow you on the rest of your social media platforms! xo
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  8. I'd be interested in seeing a review on this. I never liked any of the Miss Jessie's products. I've tried at least 4 or 5. The ones I've tried had a weird smell, and never worked well for my hair. It was too heavy in my hair. My least favorite was the curly pudding, it reminded me of silly puddy. With competition like Shea Moisture, As I am, Kinky Curly, and Camille Rose Naturals I think they are trying to step their game up. I probably wouldn't purchase unless I heard AMAZING reviews.

    • Our hair texture is different, so I'm not sure how much we can compare. I am hoping to do a review soon. I'm surprised you dislike the curly pudding because a lot of people rave about it. I haven't tried it though.

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