curl pattern issues.

I always have a side of my hair that grows longer than the other side- no big deal there BUT the side that grows longer is also the side where my curl definition does it own thing.

Its this one section of the front my hair to my ear where the pattern is like a 2b/2c and the rest of my hair is 3b. I usually have to roll that small section up with rollers or rods so it can look just as curly as the other side of my hair.

I've been using Shea Moisture products which work well with my hair, I just wanted to know if there was anything I could do to improve the curl pattern for that small area?
Hm, I'll admit I'm stumped! My only suggestion is to experiment parting your hair different ways (down the middle, one side, the other,... Also consider how deep you part it! Maybe you only need to sweep 1/4 of the hair to the side and arrange the rest back or with a middle part.) to see if one option makes the difference in your curl pattern less obvious.
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I always have a side of my hair that grows longer than the other side- no big deal there BUT the side that grows longer is also the side where my curl definition does it own thing.

Its this one section of the front my hair to my ear where the pattern is like a 2b/2c and the rest of my hair is 3b. I usually have to roll that small section up with rollers or rods so it can look just as curly as the other side of my hair.

I've been using Shea Moisture products which work well with my hair, I just wanted to know if there was anything I could do to improve the curl pattern for that small area?
Originally Posted by alicialeash
I have the same problem ;p you can't really fix it unless you get a spot perm, as in, just have that one area permed. But then half your hair would be fried, the other half healthy. I deal with it as Poema suggested - I just keep changing up my part till I get some equilibrium, or I wear the one less curly side swept back in a hair clip. Hth!
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S-shaped hair with corkscrew ends. My hair is even more confused than me ;p
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