Product Review—Miss Jessie’s Jelly Soft Curls


Hola!  Feliz Cinco de Mayo!  Miss Jessie’s released a new product—Jelly Soft Curls a few weeks ago, the inner pj (product junkie) in me couldn’t resist therefore I caved and bought it!  In the past I’ve gotten pretty decent results from their products so I was hoping that this wouldn’t be any different.  They say that this is “for people who want poppin curls without the crunch” and the directions for use are: Evenly distribute a capful or more to damp , freshly washed,  conditioned and detangled hair. To dry: either air dry or use a diffuser attachment on a blow dryer.

WnG using Jelly Soft Curls.

I washed and applied it to my hair as directed.  The consistency was like any other gel, the smell was very similar to their Pillow Soft Curls (almost like fabric softener) and my hair was super shiny.  Once completely dry (air dry) I fluffed to add extra volume and swept my hair to the side for a bit of sass.

2nd day hair using Jelly Soft Curls.

The second day hair was just as good as the first.  All I did was spritz a bit of water to reactive the product, my curlz were poppin and I had even more volume than before.  Boom!  On a scale of 1-10 I give this a 8, as I will definitely be adding this to my rotation.  Will you be giving this a try?  If you have already then please share your experience!

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2 thoughts on “Product Review—Miss Jessie’s Jelly Soft Curls

  1. Hi,
    I was just wondering…….what was (if anything) the difference you noticed between the Pillow Soft Curls and Jelly Soft Curls? I use the Pillow Soft right now but was thinking of trying the Jelly soft since it’s a little cheaper. The descriptions of both products I’ve read online make them sound very similar……did you notice anything really different with the end result?
    Thanks. 🙂

    1. Hi Jennifer,

      Sorry about the delayed response. The main difference I noticed was the Jelly Soft Curls had more of a hold and was a gel. The Pillow Soft Curls was creamy with not much hold. Personally I would use the Jelly Soft for a wash ‘n go and if I wanted a fluffy twist-out/braid-out then Pillow Soft would work best. I hope that this helps. Let me know if you decide to try either one and stop by again soon!

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