The Mielle Rosemary Oil has gained popularity on the market, but it seems that white women are finding it challenging for black women to purchase the product, which was designed for natural hair.
Many white influencers who use the oil as part of their haircare routines have uploaded videos on TikTok promoting the product.
White TikToker Alix Earle, who has 3.2 million followers, discussed with her audience in a ‘Get Ready with Me’ video the amazing hair growth she noticed after trying the oil for just over a month.
Customers purchased the Mielle product after most white people and influencers started posting their videos about it.
Black women recently criticized white people for buying ethnic hair products on the aisles, creating controversy. One Twitter user shared her frustration at the issue.
“Don’t even get me started on the Mielle issue,” a different user wrote in response to the tweet. ” They are all incorrectly teaching people to wash it out right away because it was made for a different type of hair texture.”
According to a third individual who commented on Twitter about white ladies giving out rosemary oil and claiming that Black women cannot have anything, the issue is unexpected.