Yes there is a story behind this photo. During my life, my hair has been such an issue-curls and more curls. My hair is long and thick, and for years I have struggled finding a shampoo and conditioner that would work with my hair. For anyone who is mixed you know the story-just about every other week I would spend a couple hours in the kitchen creating "Hair Crack Conditioner". What is "Hair Crack Conditioner?" Well, it is a combination of black and white hair products mixed together- yes, there are only certain brand products-in the ingredients. I start with two big mixing bowls, an old mixer, 2-3 big empty bottles and a funnel. This creates a big mess and is a long process that I dreaded every other week. Well anyway......
One day I happen to bump into a "mixed" friend of mine, who I had not seen for sometime. When I gave her a hug, her hair brushed past my face and her hair was soft and had just the right amount of conditioning. When I stepped back, I noticed her hair looked great. I asked her about her hair and she told me that she started using "Mixed Chicks" hair products. Living in the mid-west, trying to find this product is difficult. So, I started searching the internet and I found it. The first day I used the product, I had several people comment on my hair. The product is perfect- it is a curl-defining system designed for "us." whether you're black, white, asian, latin, mediterranean, or any glorious combination of the above, you'll love the way these non-sticky, lightweight, products leave your hair inviting to touch as they define and lock moisture into every curl. Well, I am no longer making "Hair Crack Conditioner" in my kitchen!
The journaling: on the layout
Mixed Chicks-"tired of defining your race instead of your curls?"
This a slogan of their company-and it is so true for me.
Love this product.
This LO is inspired by Beggahuna sketch(09-Jun-09) 030609