Celebs Who’ve Endorsed Creamy Crack and Other Hair Products

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September 27, 2013 ‐ By Meghan Reid

Creamy crack hasn’t lost all of it’s popularity to natural hair. Several celebs has openly endorsed relaxers with big contracts and ad campaigns. If they’re not pushing a relaxer then it’s another hair product, like shampoo or conditioner. Click through this list of celebrities who hair care products of all types.

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Letoya Luckett

In 2010, Letoya Luckett became a spokesmodel for Luster Pink’s Smooth Touch relaxer. Her face graced the cover of the limited edition relaxer kit “for silky smooth hair.”

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  • bigdede

    When is Madame Noire going to start in on the Eurasian weave wearing naturals?????

  • Clara

    I just feel like shaving all of Cassie’s hair and make her completely bald. Idk why that half haircut irritates me so much

    • Chas

      I hate it too. Shes pretty but can you imagine how ridiculous shes going to look when she tries to grow it out and it looks like half a head of bangs.

  • Sasha

    Chill out with this creamy crack mess. If someone wants a perm it’s there right! Black people are getting just as bad as white requiring all their women to be blonde. Think about it…is it really hurting you that someone wants to perm their hair?!

    • Andrea

      I get what you’re saying. But the reference to a relaxer being called “creamy crack” is because once you use it, you have to keep on using it – just like crack. It is not a term to belittle anyone.