Most ladies think that this means that product can only be used on men. Not true. Women can use His Mix leave in conditioner to get great looking hair and more manageability. All leave in conditioners are not created equal though. Hence, the reason the product line Mixed Chicks has a special leave in conditioner formula that is called His Mix.
Mixed Chicks His Mix leave in conditioner was probably geared towards men who wear shorter hairstyles who want to use a product that gives them more control in order to tame unruly curls. And perhaps because men tend to 'sneak' and use their wives or girlfriends hair products.
What makes His Mix so great for women with thick naturally curly hair is it's richer, thicker consistency. It feels more substantial. His Mix leave doesn't flake or dry to a high gloss finish that has that potato chip-like crunchy hold. Instead, it adds just the right amount of weight to give your define your curls, reduce frizz but also leave you with natural looking touchable hair. So if you are a female who has thicker, longer or coarser curly hair do not ignore His Mix leave in conditioner.
For styling naturally curly hair finding the right leave in conditioner to use after shampooing and conditioning is key for two reasons:
1. For kinky-curly and thicker coarser hair using a leave in conditioner will help you to further smooth and detangle the hair as you proceed to styling.
2. For very thick hair that is curly-wavy the right leave in conditioner could be your final step when it comes to styling a wash and go hairstyle.
Products that say "weightless formula" usually don't work too well for managing thicker curly hair types or coarse kinky-curly hair textures. Sometimes product brands or names can be misleading to the potential consumers. For instance, some may not think you'd be able to order a wonderful Asian inspired entree for dinner at the Cheesecake Factory. Similarly, the product line Mixed Chicks isn't just for biracial women or multi-ethnic girls.