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Say Goodbye to Frizzy Hair with Mixed Chicks' Conditioners
By: Kellie Speed   |    September 29, 2012   |   4 Comments (0) (0)

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Dry frizzy unmanageable hair? No problem says Mixed Chicks, the makers behind a line of hair care products designed with just you in mind.

Women with curly hair know they need to tame their tresses but it can be difficult to do so without the right products. The combination of overprocessed hair and using the wrong products can lead to a frizzy look.

Mixed Chicks has made the process easier for us. We love the deep conditioner, which gives your locks all the nourishment they need to stay curly, not frizzy. The key ingredient of safflower seed oil not only hydrates but also reconstructs damaged hair.

To further enhance your curls, be sure to try the leave-in conditioner to restore your hair back to its natural shine. After just one use, we know you will be glad you did.

For more information, visit www.mixedchicks.com.

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Jasmine Santa Maria commented on November 20, 2012

You should try the Shielo Hydrate line with the Shielo Leave in protector. I have long chemically straightened hair and these are the BEST products I have ever found to keep my hair from frizzing. I have been using it for about a year now and have had so many compliments on how soft and shiny my hair is and I never have a friz issue. Use the Shielo Hydrate Shampoo & Conditioner. When done, then spray the Antioxidant Leave in Protector - this is what protects you from frizz.

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Victor Sabino commented on October 3, 2012

I have been a hair designer and product development consultant for 35 years. Watch this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h10jJkrfaJA www.sabinohair.com

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Monique Brown commented on October 2, 2012

thnx , looks good, I use pro naturals moroccan argan oil too and it reduces the frizz and keeps my hair healthy. :)

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VivienPage commented on October 1, 2012

I've never used this brand before, I'll have to try it out! For frizz I mostly use pro naturals moroccan argan oil or keratin products, that usually does the job!

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