This is definitely a wavy style. I would even dare to say it's a 2b/c mix (unnatural of course) 3a is much tighter and bouncier. Those aren't ringlets.
3a, med strand thickness, high density, low porosity
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I think we're having a hard-ish time typing her curls here because they aren't natural.
A lot of you are saying 2c but 2Cs have ringlets (which she doesn't). 3As generally have much more ringlets and are more springy; her hair doesn't look 3A either. Then 2b is an option but natural 2b hair doesn't look like that (the waves are too outward in the pic).
She what I mean? Her curls are coiffed so not really anything. I think she does have naturally curly or wavy hair though.
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I searched about her. And I found that when she were really young (like 5 or 6) she had 3a curls. When she was 12 she had straight hair . And when she became a teen her hair curled again to 2b . And I ve watched one interview and she said that she use a curling iron to unfrizz her curls every morning. so this photo might be near to her real curl pattern
Curl Pattern: 3a mixed with 3b
Density:Medium to High
2B for sure, maybe with some 2C. Definitely not in the 3s.
Thing is, since Taylor's hair is so obviously heat styled in a lot of pictures, it's hard to know what her true curl type is. We're basically just discussing what curl pattern her hair has been styled into.
This picture looks more natural to me. So it seems like she has a wave and maybe even some great curls, but they're probably hidden beneath years of heat damage.