Probably a dumb question...

This is a probably a v. newbie series of questions, but I'm really dying to ask...

What's the difference b/n thick and coarse? I'm guessing one is how many hairs you have on your head and then one is the thickness of each hair, but which one is which? Also, how do you KNOW if your hair is thin, thick or coarse? Is there some sort of scale, like the ones we have for curl types? And does "thin" describe small hairs and a small amount of hair as well?

Sorry for the crazy questions!! I somehow think that knowing this is going to help me w/ my hair. TIA!
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thick is density....number of hair on your head.

Coarse is thickness of the individual hairs-like silk or like horsehair.

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