I had totally the opposite (same. . .?) reaction. After doing the tests and observing it a few weeks, I was very sure that my hair was medium texture, normal porosity and elasticity. I got back coarse, high, and low. Now I'm reevaluating my density and wondering if my hair really is dense or that the strands are merely thicker than average. And all you fine hair ladies should send your rich butter creams my way because my hair seems to love that stuff. Guess that should've been a clue, right?
Originally Posted by dusalocks
Dusalocks, have you measured your ponytail? I decided to just go by this system:

Quick & Easy Hair Porosity & Density Tests

My ponytail came out at 4 and 1/8th inch, so I declared myself high density. If we're thinking in terms of sheer number of strands, I guess texture (coarse vs. fine) could lead to some inaccuracy in the measurement technique. But in terms of your hair's volume (size/bulk/mass), I think this is a decent enough guideline.
2b/c, high density
fine, medium porosity, normal elasticity
loves protein, hates polyquats
still searching for HGs