so i used to be a 3a but now i'm a 3b...and i wanna go back!

So after years of doing the CG routine for about 3 years or so I have come to the conclusion that I am no longer a 3a, but instead a 3b and now I wanna go back. For the longest time I wanted my hair to be curlier because I wanted something different and now I miss my loose curls. Fickle, I know but I don't know what to do about it. Granted my hair has alot more layers now (i've always had long layers but now I have more of them I suppose) but can the cut really be changing my curl type? I was looking at pictures about a year into the CG routine and I loved my hair. At this time my hair was also being cut at Devachan...could that be the issue? Is there anything I can do to promote more clumbing or something? Loosen the curl up a bit? I'm really disliking my hair right now
The cut, the products, the routine, and the weather all contribute a lot to how curly my hair is. I can go from a pretty loose 3a to a pretty tight 3b. I like the looser curls better, so I use products that are heavy and weigh my hair down, sometimes put my hair up when it's damp to pull out the curl a bit, and hope it isn't humid!
"I don't know! I don't know why I did it, I don't know why I enjoyed it, and I don't know why I'll do it again!" -BART SIMPSON
Aww! Well yes, I agree definitely find products that will pull or weigh your hair down. That'll help stretch the curl out.

My hair has pretty much gone from 3a to 3b too (still have a few 3a's though). But I love it though
3a/3b thick coarse WL dark brown hair. CG/Mod CG since: 5/4/05. Current products: Right now my hair is in such a tizzy over this winter weather we are hving that nothing really seems to be working. I need a haircut.

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