Hair care is done by things like coarse vs fine and porosity. To a lesser extent, numerical type plays a role. I use 'black' products. Are they not supposed to work on me because I'm White with type 3 hair? There are Black type 4s who use 'white' products. Being shunted into product based on race or ethnicity isn't going to necessarily give you the best hair care options.
Originally Posted by redcelticcurls
I don't think anyone should base their product use on what is marketed towards their race. But I do believe that people of the same ethnic background have similar hair properties. Just being "white" is not even close to specific enough. It has to do with the actual DNA. I agree, a fully "white" 3B would not have the same exact properties as a different ethnicity 3B. That was my point.
Mulatto, Long 3B Hair