Holiday Gift Guide

Summer Beauty Tricks: Tame Frizz and Look Polished With Mixed Chicks Hair Care


Do you have perpetual hair envy?

Why is it that everyone else’s hair looks hydrated, lush, bouncy and super cute while yours looked rather “meh.”

Genetics, humidity, hair dryers, and even the towel you use to dry your hair are all cohorts working towards guaranteeing you a bad hair day.  But even worse, chances are you are desperately coaxing cookie cutter products to tame your wild tresses with little to no success.

Cookie cutter hair is a myth, the truth is we are a diverse bunch, with no two follicles exactly alike.  At the root of the problem is the moisture and natural oils your hair contains.  Many products are designed to clean or mask the problem, not to aid and replenish.

The mind-boggling, amazing products from Mixed Chicks are on a mission to make every hairdo look fab, in spite of our differences.  Wendi Levy and Kim Etheredge, two “mixed chicks” created their line of hair products because they were personally in need of a solution.  The result was a curly revolution for  multi-cultural people with hard to manage hair.

From shampoo and conditioner to straightening serum and a professional ceramic flat iron offering runway-worthy styling options, there’s a solution for everyone.  Whether your hair is wavy, wiry, curly, straight or just a general hot mess, you can capture a sexy hair style with a little help from Mixed Chicks and put an end to hair envy.

In a nutshell, when it comes to helping hair.  Mixed Chicks “get” us.  They really get us.

Find Mixed Chicks at via local retailers, at Target stores and online at


Barb Webb

Former bartender turned organic home living expert. Foodista, lover of dogs, kids, and simple, delicious cooking. Will travel for wine. Find her regularly on, or touring the country on the hunt for the next hot restaurant or food trend. Tweet to her at @ruralmoms. If you'd like your brand, event, or business considered for an editorial or upcoming feature, contact us

More Posts - Website

Follow Me:
TwitterFacebookPinterestGoogle Plus