Tag: Curls

Mixed Chicks: In the Press

Mar 10, 2014 in News by commentNo Comments
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  We’re featured in the April 2014 issue of Essence Magazine! Check out this hot hair article on cuts and colors.

Mixed Chicks: Customer Testimonial

Mar 5, 2014 in News by commentNo Comments
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  We keep getting awesome reviews of our products today so you know we had to share! Here’s another one from Rhonda, a mother who is overjoyed at how long and healthy her little girl’s curls are thanks to Mixed Chicks Deep Conditioner and Leave-In! “Can we do updates on how long your deep treatment [...]

Mixed Chicks – Black History Month – Ursula Burns

Feb 20, 2014 in News by commentNo Comments
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Our Black History Month woman of distinction today is Ursula Burns. She is the first African American female CEO of a Fortune 500 Company. As the leader of Xerox, Burns is also the first female CEO to succeed a previous female CEO as she succeeded Anne Mulcahy, her previous superior in 2000. Born and raised [...]

Mixed Chicks – Black History Month – Misty Copeland

Feb 19, 2014 in News by commentNo Comments
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Our Black History Month woman of distinction today is Misty Copeland. Copeland is one of only three African American soloists to ever dance for the American Ballet Theater. She is an accomplished ballerina with years of experience dancing in some of the most critically acclaimed productions in the world of ballet. Born in Kansas and [...]

And the Winner Is….

Feb 19, 2014 in News by commentNo Comments
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  We are sooo excited to announce our Valentine’s Day winner Angela Hargraves. We love how she showed off her gorgeous hair styled in different ways from curly to straight and she even rocked her cranberry Mixed Chicks tee in one of the photos! Angela, be sure to email us at MixedChicks@aol.com so we can [...]

Mixed Chicks – Black History Month – Johnnetta B. Cole

Feb 17, 2014 in News by commentNo Comments
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Today’s Black History woman of distinction is Johnetta B. Cole. The first African American female president of Spelman College in Atlanta, GA, Cole is a leading educator, cultural anthropologist and humanitarian. Born and raised in Florida, she is the granddaughter of Florida’s first black millionaire Abraham Lincoln Lewis. Her love of academics came early in [...]

Mixed Chicks Black History Month – Jayne Kennedy

Feb 14, 2014 in News by commentNo Comments
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Our Black History Month woman of distinction today is Jayne Kennedy. Known for her stunning beauty, poise and talent, Kennedy was the first African American Miss Ohio who went on to become one of the top 15 finalists’ in the Miss USA 1970 pageant. In addition to breaking barriers within the pageant world, Kennedy set [...]

Mixed Chicks – Black History Month – Tracy Reese

Feb 6, 2014 in News by commentNo Comments
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  Tracy Reese is one of the fashion industry’s most celebrated and sought after designers. Reese has become known for her feminine yet whimsical approach to women’s clothing. She brings a keen sense of style, color and cut to everything she designs. Born and raised in Detroit, Reese got her start in the world of [...]

Mixed Chicks: Customer Testimonial

Feb 6, 2014 in News by commentNo Comments
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  Here’s a really cool customer testimonial from Martha, a Mixed Chicks fan! “Hi!!! Ive been using mixed chicks for 6 months now and i absolutely adore it!!! Love your product!” We love the support from our customers! If you want to send us your testimonial, just Inbox us or send it to MixedChicka@aol.com!

Mixed Chicks Black History Month – Shonda Rhimes

Feb 4, 2014 in News by commentNo Comments
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Shonda Rhimes is one of Hollywood’s most influential producers, writers and directors. The daughter of a college professor and administrator, Rimes grew up in Chicago with two brothers and three sisters. Like many aspiring screenwriters, Rhimes eventually made the trek to Hollywood to make her mark. Soon thereafter, she began finding work on different productions [...]