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Old 07-27-2009, 11:34 AM   #106
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Originally Posted by rudeechick View Post
Originally Posted by redcelticcurls View Post
This method really makes you look closer to 3B. Well, OK, 3B spiralness with 3A curl diameter, which means - nice clumps!

Originally Posted by rudeechick View Post
Ok. I know you girls are waiting for the video and I promise its coming. My son is taking a filmaking seminar this week, as it happens, so all his gear is out and I am hopeful we will get it done by the weekend.

Til then I posted some pics on my photobucket of how the hair looks about midway thru the diffusing process ( I tried to take pics of the SS method, but there is SO MUCH water invloved I was afraid to wreck my digital cam).

Sorry I still havent figured out how to post friggin thumbnails but they are the first 3 pics on the opening page.
My curl varies with product, technique and weather (duh). But I think, if I put ABSOLUTELY zero product in my hair and didnt touch it til it dried, I would be an even split between 3a and 3b.

Its so confusing
It makes sense. You have a 3b spiral, but you have the width and fatness in your curl of a 3a, and IIRC, your natural state is more 3a-ish when it comes to root curl.

I have 3b curl diameter, but closer to a 3a spiral pattern, especially at my current length. I also have an easy time with root curl, especially at short lengths, which is more a 3b thing. As long as my moisture/protein balance is in check, the root curl is there.

In the end, I guess it isn't all that relevant; curls are curls.
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