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Old 04-12-2012, 08:25 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by SaraNoH View Post
FYI, "texture" is actually referring to the thickness of each strand--fine, medium, coarse, more so than the curl pattern. However, commonly in the straight-haired friendly fashion world "texture" means any curl/not straight hair. But for us, it's the properties of each strand.
I'm glad you said this. I was watching a YouTube video of someone getting their hair recurled with different sized curling irons. The stylist kept saying how he was adding different textures to her (chemically straightened curly) hair.
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3a&b scattered underneath - normal elasticity.
fine texture. thin density. A lot of it.
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