Mixed Chicks

Mixed Chicks


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4.0
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73%
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4.0
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Overall rating
73%
would repurchase

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Leave in Conditioner/ Styling Lotion

I bought this product even though I follow the curly girl method and this has silicone in it, which makes this product not as popular as Devacurl. I also have the Devacurl Wavemaker. They both gave almost the same effect on my 2b/2c low porosity hair. Devacurl is way more lightweight and smells better. Thid dries stiffer, with a very mild cast. I can use almost the amount with this leave in and it didnt weight down my hair or make it oily. However it gave me loose waves just like Wavemaker, not as springy ringlets with other curl creams or gels used before.This product also contains a lot protein which I like. It could be a dupe for Devacurl but they're both just as expensive. I prefer Cantu curl activator cream which gave me almost a better result with cheaper price. I dont think this product would work well on very coarse curly hair that hates protein. But would work well on finer/medium curly hair that likes protein.

Leave in Conditioner/ Styling Lotion
4.0
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23 days ago

I bought this product even though I follow the curly girl method and this has silicone in it, which makes this product not as popular as Devacurl. I also have the Devacurl Wavemaker. They both gave almost the same effect on my 2b/2c low porosity hair. Devacurl is way more lightweight and smells better. Thid dries stiffer, with a very mild cast. I can use almost the amount with this leave in and it didnt weight down my hair or make it oily. However it gave me loose waves just like Wavemaker, not as springy ringlets with other curl creams or gels used before.This product also contains a lot protein which I like. It could be a dupe for Devacurl but they're both just as expensive. I prefer Cantu curl activator cream which gave me almost a better result with cheaper price. I dont think this product would work well on very coarse curly hair that hates protein. But would work well on finer/medium curly hair that likes protein.


Morning After Redefining Foam

This will reboot your curls for the next few days (I use it each day) until you shampoo again. I'm not what is probably meant by traditionally "mixed" (aren't we all one big melting pot we are all mixed it's the human race) I'm euro/Canadian/American (Caucasian) but this helps revive my curls between shampoos. I shampoo my hair ev 4-5 days so I needed something to freshen it up (dry shampoo seems to prematurely gunk up my hair unless I flat iron it and I'm trying to avoid heat well problem is now solved). mixed chicks solves my hair problems. I have 2C/3A hair that gets greasy easily. This foam is perf it doesn't gum up your hair or get it funky gunky (haha rhyme time) this foam dries out your hair a bit but that's it soaking sopping up the excess oils that comes from sleeping on my hair & I'm oily asf to begin with I have very oily skin/scalp my hair is so greasy if I were to wash it more often than 4 days it would go into double time oil over production. But I can't go longer than 5 days without double shampooing coz I am that oily. I'm on a med that messes w hormones & causes oilier skin too & thin hair (I'm not well). I wet my hands & take a dollop of foam & scrunch it finger forming coils/waves I got those 80s hair band waves not corkscrews it comes from years of being unhealthy & flat ironing my hair for 15 years pretty much just started embracing my curls about 6 mos. ago when I joined as social media group for embracing the curly "way" of life (not ev1 in the group embraces a strict CG method of taking care of their hair some even occasionally flat iron) this foam isn't cheap it's like $13 or $14 but I managed to find mine on sale for $10 this time around that makes this frugal gal's heart sing!! I'm used to using LA Looks sport gel to refresh my hair from the dollar tree. I generally blow all of my budget on makeup (chanel...MAC) so it doesn't leave a lot in the coffer for haircare lol I refuse to buy a $25 bottle of shampoo. $10 maybe $12 is about my limit for hair care per product I need $50-$65 worth of hair care w month approx (once in awhile I use gel or hairspray not all of the time now that I use mixed chicks I need a lot less of other stuff my hairspray, gel & Mousse costs less than $2 ea. I use white rain hairspray or Dollar Tree hairspray; dollar tree mousse; LA Looks Sport gel $1 & I splurge on batiste dry shampoo but I'm not using all that daily. TBH I need 4 products: Mixed chicks shampoo, foam, leave in condish & deep condish. I hate to sound all fan girl but this foam is good!! I'm a big Mixed Chicks fan!!!!

Morning After Redefining Foam
5.0
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3 years ago

This will reboot your curls for the next few days (I use it each day) until you shampoo again. I'm not what is probably meant by traditionally "mixed" (aren't we all one big melting pot we are all mixed it's the human race) I'm euro/Canadian/American (Caucasian) but this helps revive my curls between shampoos. I shampoo my hair ev 4-5 days so I needed something to freshen it up (dry shampoo seems to prematurely gunk up my hair unless I flat iron it and I'm trying to avoid heat well problem is now solved). mixed chicks solves my hair problems. I have 2C/3A hair that gets greasy easily. This foam is perf it doesn't gum up your hair or get it funky gunky (haha rhyme time) this foam dries out your hair a bit but that's it soaking sopping up the excess oils that comes from sleeping on my hair & I'm oily asf to begin with I have very oily skin/scalp my hair is so greasy if I were to wash it more often than 4 days it would go into double time oil over production. But I can't go longer than 5 days without double shampooing coz I am that oily. I'm on a med that messes w hormones & causes oilier skin too & thin hair (I'm not well). I wet my hands & take a dollop of foam & scrunch it finger forming coils/waves I got those 80s hair band waves not corkscrews it comes from years of being unhealthy & flat ironing my hair for 15 years pretty much just started embracing my curls about 6 mos. ago when I joined as social media group for embracing the curly "way" of life (not ev1 in the group embraces a strict CG method of taking care of their hair some even occasionally flat iron) this foam isn't cheap it's like $13 or $14 but I managed to find mine on sale for $10 this time around that makes this frugal gal's heart sing!! I'm used to using LA Looks sport gel to refresh my hair from the dollar tree. I generally blow all of my budget on makeup (chanel...MAC) so it doesn't leave a lot in the coffer for haircare lol I refuse to buy a $25 bottle of shampoo. $10 maybe $12 is about my limit for hair care per product I need $50-$65 worth of hair care w month approx (once in awhile I use gel or hairspray not all of the time now that I use mixed chicks I need a lot less of other stuff my hairspray, gel & Mousse costs less than $2 ea. I use white rain hairspray or Dollar Tree hairspray; dollar tree mousse; LA Looks Sport gel $1 & I splurge on batiste dry shampoo but I'm not using all that daily. TBH I need 4 products: Mixed chicks shampoo, foam, leave in condish & deep condish. I hate to sound all fan girl but this foam is good!! I'm a big Mixed Chicks fan!!!!

Deep Conditoner
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3 years ago

Packaging is nice--I like tubs bcoz you can get out every last bit then rinse the tub out & use it to store somem else. The price *IS* a turn off for someone who was using V05 & Dollar Tree products mainly (mousse, hairspray, gel, & my good old V05 or living it up w using up random Victoria's Secret in my shower [which isn't cheap it's like $10/bottle] I've used evthing from V05 to Living Proof [$25 for 8oz! Eek!!] soap is not all soap there's a difference--to a point.) same w condish you don't always pay for your what you get. Living Proof was overrated & V05 underrated IME it depends on the water dilution. The cheaper brands are thinner but that's ok for me bcoz I have greasy roots but condish goes on your ends but I'm trying to nurture my scalp so I pretty much put it all over my head. whatever. it's good stuff I'll keep rebuying most def! I find products best to try on a case-by-case basis for a couple of weeks to a month b4 making a decision esp since I only wash my hair ev 4-5 days so I got to take a month to decide but I will come back & update so far „alles gut!" Don't let the price scare you off. This frugal gal is happy w my M/C purchases! If I can get a couple of months worth of the product I will feel satisfied for $$$ spent. I do remember wash my hair ev 4-5 days so 6-7 washes in a month maybe x2 = 14 washes can I stretch that out of this tub? My hair is downy soft & no heat required! Yay!!

Deep Conditoner
5.0
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3 years ago

Packaging is nice--I like tubs bcoz you can get out every last bit then rinse the tub out & use it to store somem else. The price *IS* a turn off for someone who was using V05 & Dollar Tree products mainly (mousse, hairspray, gel, & my good old V05 or living it up w using up random Victoria's Secret in my shower [which isn't cheap it's like $10/bottle] I've used evthing from V05 to Living Proof [$25 for 8oz! Eek!!] soap is not all soap there's a difference--to a point.) same w condish you don't always pay for your what you get. Living Proof was overrated & V05 underrated IME it depends on the water dilution. The cheaper brands are thinner but that's ok for me bcoz I have greasy roots but condish goes on your ends but I'm trying to nurture my scalp so I pretty much put it all over my head. whatever. it's good stuff I'll keep rebuying most def! I find products best to try on a case-by-case basis for a couple of weeks to a month b4 making a decision esp since I only wash my hair ev 4-5 days so I got to take a month to decide but I will come back & update so far „alles gut!" Don't let the price scare you off. This frugal gal is happy w my M/C purchases! If I can get a couple of months worth of the product I will feel satisfied for $$$ spent. I do remember wash my hair ev 4-5 days so 6-7 washes in a month maybe x2 = 14 washes can I stretch that out of this tub? My hair is downy soft & no heat required! Yay!!

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