The Curliest 3a-s (or 3a/bs)

I'm just curious to see what your hair looks like, which you consider to be the curlier end of 3a or 3a/b looks like, and what products do you consider to be your HG's, what do you currently use and love/hate. I'm curious because my hair is primarily 3a, but is curlier than some 3a's. I'm speculating that my hair might actually seem to work best using products and techniques that 3b's do.. and I'd like to see pictures!!!!!!
2b/3a/3b botticelli curls, medium fine, medium coarse

Photos: http://www.fotki.com/joliecurls
These pictures are from maybe 2 month (?) ago. I have about the same length still though (got a cut Saturday).
My hair is much curlier under than on top hence the small pic too.




I use G-F Savonnerie products (the whole line is my HG. I would be very upset if I couldn't use it any more- I also like Devacare ArcAngell lots but haven't used it in a while) and wash my hair almost every day. I leave in maybe a bean sized blob of conditioner and I use tiny, tiny amount of Shea Butter as a pomade. So my hair is pretty much "nude". No curl enhacing products.
I have found that my hair looks better if I comb it in the shower and after I put my leave-in in it. I have a tendency to get a lot of frizz in the winter here and my hair looks better this way.
Oh, and I always air dry. Never plop or anything. This is as natural as it gets.

These pictures are from maybe 2 month (?) ago. I have about the same length still though (got a cut Saturday).
My hair is much curlier under than on top hence the small pic too.

I use G-F Savonnerie products (the whole line is my HG. I would be very upset if I couldn't use it any more- I also like Devacare ArcAngell lots but haven't used it in a while) and wash my hair almost every day. I leave in maybe a bean sized blob of conditioner and I use tiny, tiny amount of Shea Butter as a pomade. So my hair is pretty much "nude". No curl enhacing products.
I have found that my hair looks better if I comb it in the shower and after I put my leave-in in it. I have a tendency to get a lot of frizz in the winter here and my hair looks better this way.
Oh, and I always air dry. Never plop or anything. This is as natural as it gets.
Originally Posted by Kurlee
I think we might be curl sisters!.. if you click on my www and look at the second picture in my first album, this is my hair how it generally looks now. My hair is also a lot curlier underneath...Where would I get the G-F Savonnerie products...never heard of them!
2b/3a/3b botticelli curls, medium fine, medium coarse

Photos: http://www.fotki.com/joliecurls
These pictures are from maybe 2 month (?) ago. I have about the same length still though (got a cut Saturday).
My hair is much curlier under than on top hence the small pic too.

I use G-F Savonnerie products (the whole line is my HG. I would be very upset if I couldn't use it any more- I also like Devacare ArcAngell lots but haven't used it in a while) and wash my hair almost every day. I leave in maybe a bean sized blob of conditioner and I use tiny, tiny amount of Shea Butter as a pomade. So my hair is pretty much "nude". No curl enhacing products.
I have found that my hair looks better if I comb it in the shower and after I put my leave-in in it. I have a tendency to get a lot of frizz in the winter here and my hair looks better this way.
Oh, and I always air dry. Never plop or anything. This is as natural as it gets.
Originally Posted by Kurlee
I think we might be curl twins, or at least curl sisters!..My hair is also a lot curlier underneath...Where would I get the G-F Savonnerie products...never heard of them!
Originally Posted by JolieCurls
Yes, we might be hair sisters. Love your hair. hehe

I am Gluten Intolerant so I found out about them that way, but they are great products for everyone.
http://www.gfsoap.com/ I buy them online and they have great service.

Shampoo Water, disodium laureth sulfosuccinate, disodium cocoamphodiacetate, panthenol, PEG 150, pentaaeerythirtyl tetrastearate, propylene glycol, diazolidinyl urea, iodopropynyl butylcarbamate

Conditioner Water, vegetable glycerin, behentrimonium methodulfate and cetaryl alcohol, jojoba seed oil, panthenol, propylene glycol, diazolidinyl urea, iodopropynyl butylcarbamate

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