Roller Set & Flat Ironing with Mixed Chicks

Style Tutorial and Tool Review

In this tutorial I review and demonstrate straightening with the new Mixed Chicks 1″ professional ceramic flat iron, and show you how to roller set type 3C hair using the Mixed Chicks line of products along with some of my other favorites.

moknowshair_MCironMixed Chicks Flat Iron was designed by H2Pro, the leader in commercial styling tools manufacturing. This one inch flat iron has temperature control up to 450 degrees, combines three layers of ceramic coating and has a PTFC (Positive Temperature Frequency Control) heater that will make hair silky and shiny. PTFC heaters are found in high quality ceramic irons and make infrared heat in the ceramic plates that radiates slowly and evenly allowing instant reheating with each section of hair. This iron retails for $100 at mixedchicks.net making it one of the best flat irons for the money on the market.

Products and Tools:

Color Information:

Alisha is wearing Creative Image Adore semi-permanent rinse in 68-Crimson. Her natural hair color is very dark brown; her hair was previously lightened three levels (no bleach) which allows this rinse to show vividly. (See more about hair dye basics.)

Total Time:

Total style time was two hours and 45 minutes.

Keep and Care:

At night, she will wrap her hair around her head and secure with a satin or silk scarf.

2 Comments to Roller Set & Flat Ironing with Mixed Chicks

  1. Candice (I Miss The Boondocks) // January 11, 2014 at 12:06 pm //

    Hi Mo! I bought a Theorie Flat Iron that has titanium plates. I wanted to know why the FHI or the Mixed Chicks ceramic flat irons are better for your hair. Thanks in advance!

  2. I have not tried this flat iron before. It’s ceramic plate much safer for my hair than titanium plates is it true?

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