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MixedChicksDeepConditionerMissRo here! When it comes to my hair, I am constantly on the search for products that will help keep my curly locks frizz-free. It doesn’t matter if I’m keeping my hair curly or blowing it out straight, I need products that are going to tame the frizz.

When I was doing some research online, I came across the Mixed Chicks brand. I instantly perked up, because I am a mixed chick! My Mother is Jamaican, Scottish and my Father is Polish, Jewish. I thought, wow, a brand specifically for me! I immediately got in touch with them and asked them if I could try their product.

So on Monday (which is my wash-the-hair day, because I only wash my hair twice a week. I’m telling you, it’s the way to go. It makes your hair super healthy), I decided to try their Deep Conditioner. It comes in a healthy-sized tub for only…$10.99! I shampooed my hair and grabbed about the size of a large grape of the conditioner. I massaged it through my hair and then combed it through. (Tip – Ladies to get the most out of any conditioner, always comb it through. It helps to get the product through every inch of your hair, but also helps with styling).

On to my blow dry! Well, I have to tell you, I was pretty impressed. I put in my styling products as usual, but I felt my hair was easier to blow dry and light as a feather. Not to mention my hair dried faster than normal, which I was quite surprised about.

The next time I wash my hair, I will have to let it dry in my naturally curly state. I’m sure I will be as impressed with the Deep Conditioner with my curly hair as I am with my hair blown out. I will also give their Shampoo a try and let you know how that product is.

To learn more about Mixed Chicks, click here. You can find Mixed Chicks pretty much worldwide. From California to Scotland and every where in between.

Do you have naturally curly hair? If so, do you blow dry it all the time or where it curly? What are some of your favorite products to use to stay frizz-free?

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