Mixed Chicks leave-in conditioner

When I got my haircut by Fabienne, she used the Mixed Chicks leave-in conditioner as a styler (yes, this is a styler even though its name says it’s a leave-in conditioner). I must say I was completely amazed by its results because I didn’t expect this styler to work so well in my curls!

Ever since I first tried it, I kept using this styler almost every time I washed my curls to achieve nice frizz-free clumps  – I am glad I gave this product a try!

Mixed Chicks leave-in conditioner

This is the latest addition to my routine: The Mixed Chicks leave-in conditioner

This is why I like the Mixed Chicks leave-in conditioner so much:

  • It’s a light styler and thus doesn’t weigh my curls down
  • However, it still keeps my curls frizz-free and within clumps
  • It dries hard (this means it help prevent frizz), but leaves me with super-soft curls after scrunching out the crunch
  • Additionally to styling my curls, it also seems to moisturize them
  • There is no need to worry about adding too much product (of course that’s possible), because it’s an easy to apply product: it also works with a little less or a little more of it (unlike the Kinky Curly Curling Custard)

All in all, I think this product is really worth giving a try!

EDIT: Please note that there are silicones in this products, I haven’t noticed when I first wrote this post!  Lately, I have noticed that my curls can deal with a small amount of silicones which is why I will continue to use it, but probably not as often as I thought I would (I don’t want to overdo it with the silicones!).

4 Comments
  • Sophie
    December 16, 2015

    Does this product contain silicones?

    • Sasha Bertolini
      December 18, 2015

      Hi Sophie! .. I don’t think so.. cause she has curly hair as well.. and she will NEVER use
      a silicone leave in conditioner, because silicone suffocates your hair and the only way to get rid of it is to use a sulphate shampoo.. I should call it,double damage.
      Sulphate is harsh on curly hair and it strips it from its natural oil and moisture.

      • Wendy
        December 20, 2015

        It does contain silicones. I tried it before going CG, but gave it away once I gave up cones. The ingredients are available to review on Curl Mart.

  • Sandra
    December 23, 2015

    You’re right, it does contain silicones, I’ve just checked the ingredients – definitely should have done that before! I still like this styler very much, but will not use it as often as I thought I would. Thanks for commenting!

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