Megan Thee Stallion Natural Hair
Megan Thee Stallion has made taking care of her natural hair a major goal for 2021, and she’s chosen Mielle Organics to kick off her natural haircare journey.

While most hip hop heads can’t stop talking about Megan Thee Stallion’s incredible flow and clever lyrics, I’ve been over her admiring every single one of her hairstyles. Her sleek looks – in almost every colour you can imagine – have served as major hair inspiration for fashionistas around the world, and now she’s shifted the focus to her natural hair.

A Natural Start to 2021

As most of do at the start of a new year, Megan Thee Stallion kicked 2021 off with a healthy hair resolution. She decided that this would be the year that she looks after her natural hair.

Megan asked her fans to tag some black-owned haircare brands that they recommend for her natural hair journey. From the suggestions, she decided that Mielle Organics would be the best brand to start her on her way.

Even though Megan Thee Stallion has just started making her natural hair a main beauty goal, she’s got some beautiful coils already. Her hair has great bounce to it and she has a lovely, defined curl pattern. So, we can’t wait to see how she progresses along her journey.

Mielle’s Rosemary Mint Line

The Rosemary Mint collection from Mielle Organics features five products that are infused with biotin to encourage healthy hair growth. The yare designed to put an end to split ends while stimulating hair follicles to help your hair grow faster and thicker.

The products in Mielle’s Rosemary Mint line are:

  • Scalp & Hair Strengthening Oil
  • Strengthening Hair Masque
  • Multivitamin Daily Styling Creme
  • Strengthening Edge Gel
  • Strengthening Shampoo

Across the web, we’re seeing rave reviews about the Mielle Rosemary Mint line. On Influenster, reviews for the products range from 4.3/5 to 4.75/5 – so they are definitely a hit among curly girls.

If you’re ready to follow Megan’s lead and make natural haircare a goal for 2021, check out our list of black-owned brands.

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