Looking for Input and a hair twin!

Hey, Im new to this CG method thing, and to forums, but I've always had curls.
My hair is a 2c/3a mix (I think) and average thickness, very porous and well balanced in terms of protein.
I've got stringlet issues, and my hair hates clumping, so I tried some different techniques from the main threads and they are helping.
Here's my hair. I need help!!!
Edited to add: high porosity, medium width, medium density, medium length. (Below shoulders curly, about 2-3 inches longer straight).
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Rae ~ 2c/3a ~
Wife to a 3c Curly Guy
Mom to a straight and a curly.

"The Longer the Hair, the Bigger the Blob."

Porous, very dense but fine hair. Medium everything else.
CoWash: Tressemee naturals
RO: Generic biolage and generic joico k-pak
LI: Tresemee
Miss Jessie's Pillow soft curls, diffuse 50%, add KCCC and diffuse to 80%.
Always wash upside down.

Last edited by Houseofcurls; 11-07-2012 at 09:53 PM.
Hair properties are more important then curl type. It's the way to choose ingredients/products. Here's a link to help Live Curly Live Free - Curly Hair Basics Once you determine your properties, you can look for folks with hair like yours and see what they use (in signature.) It's the best place to start.
3a (Corkicelli), highlighted, fine, low porosity

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