Last night, Blac Chyna hit the ‘gram to promote Kaleidoscope Hair Products Miracle Drops — and show off her wig-free hair.
While it’s rare to see Chyna without a wig, it’s not the first time she’s showed off her lush, long locks. PSA: She wants you to know she ain’t bald-headed, y’all.
Turns out, she’s not the only major name in Hollywood who's a fan of the line. Tammy Rivera, Tiny, Moniece Slaughter and the newest Atlanta housewife Eva Marcille also use Miracle Drops. See below for a few more "tutorials."
The brand was started by Lousiana-based hairstylist Jesseca Dupart in 2013. In a recent interview, she credited the success of her brand to digital marketing. “It would have been impossible to reach the heights that I've reached without the internet [and] without Google," shared Jessica.
Listen, we’re never mad at the glow-up of a Black female entrepreneur. But we’ll have to get our hand on some drops to see if we can get the same results as Chyna and crew.
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