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In regard to all the different parts of curls in your head, it’s normal to have three to four different curly hair textures on one head of hair. So you need to style in sections and customize your gel application to your curl pattern. For an example, I would take the finer, tighter curls in larger sections and make sure that I apply enough gel to set the curl to match the fatter looser curls. I would roll the top of my hair which is the looser curl around my index finger with gel to set a tighter curl. 

With proper conditioning and a little extra attention to your gelling application, you’re home free. Let me know how you do.

Q: I am a woman in my mid-30's and my hair is naturally thick and very curly. Last year, I decided to have my hair relaxed using the Japanese Thermal Reconditioning System. I loved the new look for a while. But started to miss my naturally curly hair. Now, 10 months and three haircuts later, my hair is driving me crazy. The top part is straight and the underneath part is curly I would love to have my curls back. But having the patience to grow my hair out is driving me mad. What would you recommend I do? A perm? A body-wave? Please help! -- Julie

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