Mixed Chicks Leave-in Conditioner Review
For years, multi-cultural people with hard to manage hair traveled from store to store, trying to blend products in a hopeless attempt to tame their locks. Wendi Levy and Kim Etheredge, two "mixed chicks", created a product line because they needed it. Then, something happened...friends and family started encouraging them to package it, and soon they had a full blown business running out of the garage. After a little door to door hustling, a few celebrity endorsements, and a ton of online customer support, MIXED CHICKS is bringing their products to the world.
Whether you're black, white, asian, latin, mediterranean, or any glorious combination of the above, you'll love the way these non-sticky, lightweight curly hair products leave your hair inviting to touch as they define and lock moisture into every curl. Be a proud part of our multiracial movement..."Mixed Chicks" your curls! And yes, it not only works on wavy, tightly curled or straight hair but it also works on weaves.
My daughter, Myelie has very curly hair. She is not of mixed race, but has inherited her father’s naturally curly hair. Actually his is very wirey. Ever since Myelie was a baby, I had always struggled with getting her curls under control. No matter how hard I tried or which products I used, her hair was nothing but tangled frizz. I thought I was going to go crazy! I could not even comb through it because she would scream. There did not seem to be any products on the market for curly hair, or at least a product that would help to combat frizz and define her curls so that they would look like cute little ringlets. Now that Myelie is older, she wears her hair past her shoulders, and it is easier to deal with than when she had thin baby hair, but we still have trouble finding products that help her define and embrace her curls. I was excited to be given the chance to review Mixed Chicks Leave-in Conditioner for Myelie!
Mixed Chicks Leave-in Conditioner
Disclaimer: I received a sample of this product to review and to keep. The opinions are my own.