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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.
CG as of Feb. 2012
combination hair.
2c on top - low elasticity
3a&b scattered underneath - normal elasticity.
fine texture. thin density. A lot of it.
porosity: normal to high.
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BSACV as needed.

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