Curl pattern jacked up??

Okay,so my curl pattern is not like other ppls curl patterns.I mean it don't even look like a curl lol but its not straight or wavy. It's just a ridiculously small curl .and idk if I should wait till it grows for it to become a regular looking curl or what

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um i think you should style it as curly hair and experiment some curls get tighter with styling so it might get better
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I'm not exactly sure what you're asking. What do you think your hair should look like?

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I'm not exactly sure what you're asking. What do you think your hair should look like?

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Originally Posted by annabananalise
It's fine.I'm on my phone too lol. But I was thinking it would be like tight curls but its coming out smaller than tight curls


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That could just be the way your hair is. Smaller curls, I mean. I don't think that means your pattern is messed up. Curls come in different sizes, and comparing your curl size to another's probably isn't effective.

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when will your favs?

That could just be the way your hair is. Smaller curls, I mean. I don't think that means your pattern is messed up. Curls come in different sizes, and comparing your curl size to another's probably isn't effective.

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Originally Posted by annabananalise
Oh okay thanks! )



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I have a question about curl pattern. When I was younger I wore my hair wavy/curly, but at about 19 I bought into all things straight. I flat ironed my hair for over 10 years....what was I thinkin?!?!?! Anyway, I got tried of it. First off, my hair doesn't look good straight, second, I got sick of damaging it. I went back to my natural hair on Aug 19th 2011 after finding this WONDERFUL website. What i've noticed is this, my curl/wave pattern has been messed up due to all the flat ironing. Will my curl pattern come back?? Or do I need to cut it?? The damage seems to be mainly on the last 3 inches of my hair.
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I'm not exactly sure what you're asking. What do you think your hair should look like?

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Originally Posted by annabananalise
It's fine.I'm on my phone too lol. But I was thinking it would be like tight curls but its coming out smaller than tight curls


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Originally Posted by peaches095
so you mean you have really tight curls? and they are small? that's not jacked up, it just means your hair has really small tight curls...
I believe if the ends are straight that's the already damaged part.....its up to u u can cut that part off or let it grow out n try to revive it.....
Over treat it more than the rest but remember hair growth is from the scalp so cutting it wouldn't b so bd.....
Hope i helped!

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@ WaveyGirl...it sounds like you have heat damage and you ultimately have to cut off the damages hair. Even though products say they "repair" they don't...once you cut your damaged hair you will see the difference again...HTH
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I have a question about curl pattern. When I was younger I wore my hair wavy/curly, but at about 19 I bought into all things straight. I flat ironed my hair for over 10 years....what was I thinkin?!?!?! Anyway, I got tried of it. First off, my hair doesn't look good straight, second, I got sick of damaging it. I went back to my natural hair on Aug 19th 2011 after finding this WONDERFUL website. What i've noticed is this, my curl/wave pattern has been messed up due to all the flat ironing. Will my curl pattern come back?? Or do I need to cut it?? The damage seems to be mainly on the last 3 inches of my hair.
Originally Posted by WaveyGirl


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I believe if the ends are straight that's the already damaged part.....its up to u u can cut that part off or let it grow out n try to revive it.....
Over treat it more than the rest but remember hair growth is from the scalp so cutting it wouldn't b so bd.....
Hope i helped!

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Thanks so much!!!
2c w/2a underneath, Norm/Coarse texture, norm/porosity, Thick density, Mildly protein sensitive
Low Poo: L'Oreal ES, Baking Soda
CO Wash: Sauve Naturals cond
RO/LI: GFTN, GF Sleek and Shine (new formula w/o cones)
Styling products: AVG, L.A. Looks NutraCurl, Cashmere Curls, LOOB, GF anti-humidity hairspray
DT: EVOO+Coconut oil+CG friendly cond.
LOVE sugar scrubs and ACV rinses
Spritz&Condish, Ice Queen, Air dry 75-80% then defuse to SOTC
Mod. CG since Aug, 19, 2011 & lovin it

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