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Tecia 12-27-2012 01:28 PM

Hair Type
 
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This is the top front of my hair . The sides are longer with some relaxed ends so I didn't take a picture of that foolishness . Like I said in my previous posts , I will be chopping all relaxed ends off . But anyway the problem is I have no clue what hair type I have . Help ?




P.S - please go back and respond to my previous posts as well because im so lost

atx_eve 12-27-2012 04:28 PM

It's always difficult to figure the hair type of short hair...

Take a look at this to see if you identify with any of the descriptions >> Curly Hair Tips, Styles & Products - NaturallyCurly

Maybe a 3c? I don't really like typing people's hair this early in the game lol. It's hard to tell, and I don't think it's extremely necessary to figure it all out right away. As your hair grows, your curl pattern and hair texture will be a lot easier to determine.

Just focus on the things all curly hair needs: moisture! 4 Ways to Moisturize Your Curls

hope that helped

Tecia 12-28-2012 12:53 AM

Hey ! 3c was kind of my guess too .

And as far as moisture goes . . . Well lets just say I had to learn the hard way . But I think I've finally found something that works for me . I put it under the other post you replied to . So just tell me what you think .



By the way thanks again ! I think I'll just ask you instead of making posts lol


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