CounterCultureBeauty

Just like my blog of the same name, this board is all about celebrating mixed race beauty. It's the place where I will pin the most beautiful mixed race women and men in the world! Enjoy!
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Check out my latest post on budget-friendly beauty tips!

DIY Beauty Tips

Beauty tips that won't break the bank! Luxury Med Spa in Farmington Hills, MI is a GREAT place to pamper yourself! Call to schedule an appointment or visit our website medicalandspa.

Memorial Day Weekend is the unofficial start of summer! We compiled a list of a few must-haves for summer beauty. Go to our blog at MixedChicks.net and check it out!

crystal-black-babes: Blonde Hairstyles Black Women: Jasmine Sanders - Dark Women With Blonde Hair Galleries: Jasmine Sanders

Our final mixed chick of distinction is Alesha Dixon. Born and raised in Welwyn Garden City in the UK, her mother is English and her father is Jamaican. From early on, Alesha was destined for stardom. Her first big break came in 1999 when she linked up with two girls from her dance school and formed a girl group called Mis-Teeq.

Our final mixed chick of distinction is Alesha Dixon. Born and raised in Welwyn Garden City in the UK, her mother is English and her father is Jamaican.

Scary-Good: 14 Boo-tiful Accessories For Halloween Procrastinators

Halloween Accessories Last Minute Buys

Scary-Good: 14 Boo-tiful Accessories For Halloween Procrastinators

Today’s mixed chicks of distinction are Tia and Tamera Mowry. Born in Germany and raised in Southern California, the twins are the product of an African-American mom of Bahamian heritage and their dad is of British ancestry. They made their foray into the world of entertainment on the hit show “Sister Sister” and have never looked back. The twins literally grew up before our eyes.

The sister act of identical twins Tia and Tamera Mowry has centered on their clean-cut image and bouncy charm. The formula served them well as perky child stars in their sitcom "Sister Sister,"

Check out this cool blog post about our awesome Spring Hair Bands!

No Tangles! No Tears! Need to keep your hair pulled back and out of your eyes? Then the Mixed Chicks Hair Bands are for you. Curls will not get tangled as they would with standard fabric hair bands!

We are so excited to share the winners of a recent contest we co-hosted with Mixed Nation - an amazing site that celebrates diversity in all ethnicities. Congratulations to all of our beautiful winners! We hope you enjoy your prize and keep rocking your curls!

Mixed Chicks Celebrates the Winners from the Mixed Nation Contest - Mixed Chicks

It's that time of year again! May is Mixed Chicks History Month! It's time to celebrate mixed race people from all walks of life!

May is Mixed Chicks History Month! It's time to celebrate mixed race people from all walks of life!

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