curl type help?

got any clue?
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Your hair needs some TLC so we can see.

I suggest you don't comb or brush your hair when it's dry.

Also use a leave-in conditioner on your damp hair.
Your hair needs some TLC so we can see.

I suggest you don't comb or brush your hair when it's dry.

Also use a leave-in conditioner on your damp hair.
Originally Posted by Blueblood
Well wat do mean by tlc of u mean tender lov and care that's well done on my part
Also I only comb when using conditioner and my hair is wet.
So wat I kind of asked is what is my curl pattern so...
The pictures you have taken don't show your curl pattern clearly hence why I mentioned TLC.

Have a look around the forums at people who have posted pictures - regardless of their curl type you can see their curls, waves and coils VERY clearly.

Your pictures are slightly out of focus which may be due to a camera shake while you are pulling your curls out.

There is absolutely no need to pull your curls out it doesn't help with typing as it distorts the curl.

So take your pictures again.
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I can see a good curl pattern potential, you might be a 4a, but that doesn't matter too much, really. What you need is a good routine and here I'm going to share a video I just posted for another guy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azeqzJtru4M

I hope it helps and that you'll come back with pics if it did!
It looks 4a to me. But, like the other's said you can't really tell with those pictures and the stretched curl/coil.

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