The United States of America is a melting pot of different ethnicities, religion, race, culture and people who immigrated to our Native land. Many come to America to have a better way life like the immigrants who were brought to Ellis Island located in New York from1892 to1924; while others were enslaved i.e. those brought from Africa to America during the slave trade from the 16th and 19th century. Hawaii’s plantation village exists as an historical tribute to the diverse waves of immigrants who were recruited to come to the Hawaiian Islands from all over the world to labor in the sugar cane fields and the sugar mills. The number of diversified cultures from all around the world such as the Greeks, Polynesians, and Mexicans just to name a few, migrated to Hawaii and became a whole melting pot of men and women coming together. When people from different cultures come together and decide to conceive; it creates a multi-culture population. In Hawaii it’s called “hapa”-meaning bi-ethnicity or half. The most common problem people have is finding the right hair products for their hair because they have a mixture of thick and soft hair, some extremely curly to the point that it may become stressor to straighten because most of the hair products are specific to individual races with different hair textures. To solve the hair problems for women with combination hair; there is a hair product called Mixed Chicks®.
Mixed Chicks® hair product(s) line was developed by two co-owner mixed chicks Kim Etheredge and Wendi Levy. The two co-owners of the small business company saw a demand in hair products for women with combination hair. Mixed Chicks® is a product line for women who are bi-racial and multi-cultural with combination hair. In lieu of going to the hair product aisle to purchase mixed match products that may not be beneficial, they will finally see a hair product that is specifically made for them.
The common issue that many mixed women have with their hair is that it can be dry, frizzy, tangled and often oily. Most mixed women have extremely curly hair so it becomes a hassle to manage. Many mothers with mixed children have issues finding the right products for their children’s hair. Some spend a countless amount of money to find products that may not be beneficial thinking if I try this it may work. Trying too many different products can lead to thinning the hair and it can lead to permanent damage. Excessively brushing the hair can also lead to breakage. For those mother’s who have issues with your children’s mixed-ethnic hair use the Mixed Chicks® hair care products and read a book titled Curley Girl by Lorraine Massey the two will be guide to all your troubles dealing with your daughter’s hair.
Mixed Chicks® hair products are very affordable their products are as low as $20.00. Famous bi-racial celebrities Halle Berry and Trace Ellis Ross use the products for their hair. The company grossed $3.5 million in 2009; their products are sold in over 1,000 beauty salon stores and hair salons. For more information on the products and shipment visit their website at www.mixedchicks.net.