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oops... I never have curly one. Curly hair looks good in you. I mean to say you all.
Here's a pic of my son without and with product in his hair! He is 13 and stubborn but I forced products onto his wet hair for a family portrait. He washes with Dr Wood's pure black soap, I raked in curl keeper and R U curly loose curl enhancer. He combed it down as ususal and i scrunched it up just a bit. He's to stubborn to admit it looks better and no one knew there was product in his hair!

3A/2C fine, normal porosity & elasticity, medium high density

Current products:
YTCucs Color Protection Low poo
GVP Conditioning Balm
Random gels - not sure which ones I like, if any at this point!


HG Summer Routine:
poo - TMW Hydrate
RO & LI - Darcy's Pumpkin Seed
Leave in Products: CHSCK & LALMG
PT - CJ RM
DT - EVCO

Currently trying to figure out a winter routine and transition to a less harsh "poo" for summer.
This was my son's hair a few months ago. After a week of me being too busy to comb his hair, I had to cut it all of because it got very tangled. Now he is growing it out again and I am taking better care of it.
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Great pics everyone!
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Found NC in 2004. CG since 2-05, going grey since 9-05. 3B with some 3A.
Hair texture-medium/fine, porosity-normal except for the ends which are porous, elasticity-normal.
Suave & VO5 cond, LA Looks Sport Gel, oils, honey, vinegar.
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Hey everyone - my first post on this forum...Here is my hair, its currently a little more than an inch long. I dont now how to handle longer hair so i just brushed it- excuse the extreme closeup and the background- had no where else to take the photos


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I believe I have 4c Hair type but *shrugs* who knows!

Here it is

These pics were a few months ago. I haven't really done much since then but perhaps I will add a few more when I take some I like LOLZ
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Not thrilled with this headband look but giving it a go anyhow.
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2B always with potential of white man's fro

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"Curls aren't just for girls"
I have 3b.... I think keep it short.. Cut once a month by a curly girl stylist... Using Deva products..


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I just wanted to post mine too see if anyone could tell me my hair type im thinking its a 3c/4a its still alittle short so im not really sure....
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More great curls!

Trumph, my guess is you are right about your a combo of the two types. Maybe someone has a more confident assessment. I have a hard time typing hair when it's that short.
3b/c?

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Nice hair....I want to change straighten hair into curly one. Please anyone give me suggestion. I never have curly hair before.
The least radical option is to work on straight-haired acceptance (could save you plenty of time and money). But that's my bias. That said ...

There are methods for curling straight hair, but none of them are spectacular for the "health" of your hair, and it can all be time consuming.

Perms generally dry out the hair and often look fake and/or stringy. Also, re-applications are a chore, and costly. Curling irons=potential heat damage. Even air-dried roller sets can cause problems because of the tension they create. You could try an overnight flexirod set. I'm sure there are other options.

You might get away with doing most of the things listed above if you do them in moderation. Some of us curlies straighten once in a while and are fine with it.
3b/c?

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Would it be fair to say my hairtype is 3c?
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We curlies often have contrasting ideas about Andre's hair typing system, and with good reason: it's an imperfect system.

That said, I personally think typing should be attempted on dry hair because wet hair relaxes curl patterns and alters textures, often in unpredictable ways.

Do you have pics of your hair fully dry and without being weighed down by a lot of product like oil, activator, etc.?
3b/c?

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Keep posting fellas! Let's show these ladies we know how to rock curls too!
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