my hair seems to be changing.

I'm not sure why. First off, when I was a kid, my hair was not curly. It didn't get curly until age 14, and it seems like it got curly immedietely after I started bleaching it......? I'm not sure if there is any correlation there or not.

But here I am almost 30, and my curls are becoming waves. I am thinking it could be changing hormones, but maybe it has something to do with me using NOPoo for a few months now. Or maybe it's because it is not humid outside.

have any of you noticed drastically looser curls since using NoPoo?

What do you think is going on with my hair?

I am actually liking the change.
My hair actually got curlier when I stopped using regular shampoo.
I wouldn't be surprised if hormones are at play though. My hair used to be really curly when I was in my teens and 20's. In my 30's I lost a lot of curl and went to frizzy waves. After having my daughter at 35, my hair got worse. I started blow drying my hair straight at that time.
After my hormones settled down, my hair started to get curly again.
I'm sure straightening, etc can change your hair ... but from my experience -hormones played havoc with my hair.
If you're loving your waves ... make the most of them !! They may be a passing trend or new hair that is here to stay!
Type: 3a fine & dense,with normal porosity, terrible product junkie
ROUTINE: LI, enhancer, gel, plop with Curlease towel, serum product (either CIAB or Gel-les'c), clip & diffuse.
Too many favourite products to list ... I finally have my routine that works and alot of products to choose from. My product stash is huge, but well loved !!!

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