Miss Jessie’s Is Big-City Bound

As a longtime Brooklyn resident, I’ve watched as a great many Manhattan businesses have made their way across the river to open outer-borough branches (Barney’s Co-Op is en route, hurray!) But these days, the reverse happens just as often. One of my personal BK faves, Bed-Stuy’s Miss Jessie’s Salon, throws open its doors on a busy stretch of lower Broadway in Soho this week. Sister owners Miko and Titi Branch have been catering to the curly-haired among us since opening their first salon in 1997. Having a Japanese mother and African-American father meant they were both bequeathed with multi-textured tresses that left many hairdressers befuddled. So they dedicated their salon and Miss Jessie’s line of products—which, adorably, they created with and named after their paternal grandmother—to appeasing the curly masses. And they will continue to do just that at their fancy Soho digs.

via Beauty Counter blog: Insider tips on beauty products, hair, makeup, skincare, fragrances, spas, and salons » Blog Archive » Miss Jessie’s Is Big-City Bound.


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