06-07-2012, 12:46 PM
Join Date: Feb 2012
There are a couple of possibilities.
1.You might have a combination of curl types on your head. This is a fairly common situation
2.Your top/front might have more environmental damage than the rest of your hair. This is also rather common, as the canopy can protect the under layers of our hair from environmental damage.
3.If your top front hair is longer than the back, it might take longer for it to grow out enough of the perm to show its natural curl.
From March to June is about 3 months and about 1 1/2 inches of new growth.
Whatever your natural curl pattern, the things you learn here will give you the tools to encourage its potential and get the best curl you can from it.
Experimenting with too many products to name here. All this great info keeps my head spinning.