The queen of hair has finally taken the plunge into celebrity product endorsement and we couldn’t be happier. Tracee Ellis Ross, known for her big personality on camera and gorgeous big curls on the red carpet. We’ve all been dying to know the secret behind her luscious locs and now we’ll get in on the goodies.
As a proud spokesperson for Optimum Salon Hair Care 6-in-1 Miracle oil, Tracee uses the oil regularly as part of her wash-and-go routine.
Here’s why it’s called the Miracle Oil:
The product contains 6 natural oils for healthy hair
For every hair crisis this oil can function for a variety of uses:
- Hot Oil Treatment
- Daily Leave-In Conditioner
- Moisturizing Scalp Oil
- Conditions Braids, Locs, Extensions
- All Day Frizz Control
- Dry Skin Hydrator
In addition to being the new face of this product, Ross will also be appearing in hilarious promotional videos alongside celebrity hairstylist, Chuck Amos, and hosting a series of launch events with blogger Curly Nikki.
You can get your hands on the oil for only $8.99 at retailers nationwide.read more
If there’s any celebrity known for using her twitter account to sound off on fans, followers and nay-sayers, Solange Knowles is our girl. After an interview with Nikki Walton of CurlyNikki.com, readers left incriminating comments about the DJ/Model/Singer/Style Goddess’s unimpressive natural hair styles.
“she really needs to put some work into STYLING her hair. This is why people think natural hair looks bad…” — was a comment by one person that posted followed by a slew of other demeaning comments that set off Solange on twitter.
The natural hair police, those believing that the freedom of rocking your natural hair should still be set to certain standard (what the heck is the point in going natural then?), have been chasing down the styles of natural hair celebrities and bringing shame to those that dare to wear their kinks and curls on the red carpet. Think Wendy Williams’ comments about Viola Davis.
Solange responded by stating:
“I never painted myself as a team natural vice president. I don’t know the lingo and don’t sleep with a satin cap… However, I did [notice] when I picked out my hair, I kept seeing feedback about needing a “twist out”. Connnnfesssioonnn: I HATE twist outs. Correction, I hate the way they look on me SO I end up always picking them/ steaming them out. Look, all I’m saying is. My hair is not very important to me… so don’t encourage it to be important to you.”
We’re with you Solange. Personal style is just that… personal.