*Miss Jessie’s Co-Founder and CEO Miko Branch could be called the “Queen of Curly Pudding” or quite simply a boss in the hair care products empire.
Miss Jessie’s hair products were inspired by Miko’s grandmother Jessie Mae Branch, and the company was birthed into reality by Miko and her beautiful & gifted late sister Titi.
With renewed strength and determination, Miko continues to take the company to new levels, while inspiring others along the way. Her recent bestseller is titled “Miss Jessie’s: Creating a Successful Business From Scratch- Naturally.”
The book details how the Branch sisters grew their business into a multi-million dollar enterprise, with headquarters in New York’s SOHO district, and a new expansion in South Florida. Miss Jessie’s has evolved into a full line that fortifies and styles multiple textures.
Products include their premiere Curly Pudding, and several new products such as Honey Curls, Hold Me Down, Pillow Soft Curls, Multicultural Curls and Jelly Soft Curls. These shampoos, cremes, gels, sprays and conditioners can be used for all genders and ethnicities.
Miko and Miss Jessie’s is also committed to community service and providing a personal connection between her company and her customers.
Miko recently appeared on TV One’s Sister Circle, Good Day New York, Pop Sugar, Culture Soup Podcast, Marie Clare, Fox 5, WHUR, Sistahs in Business Expo and more.
Miss Jessie’s also generously supported the MIMPA’s 2019 Lady In Red Diamond Rose Awards held on February 15th at The Beverly Hills Hilton, presented by Gibson Public Relations and hosted by Obba Babatundé.
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