What's my hair type?

My hair is quite fine, sometimes it's ringlety, especially at the back, others its bigger, loser curls like at the front.I am getting married this summer and still can't manage my own hair...Help appreciated!

2 Answers

I belive i have very similar hair to yours. I'm not quite there yet with finding my "perfect" routine but I can tell you what I do.Whashing&Conditioning: The Bodyshop Rainforest Moisture Line (no silicones, no parabenes) those i liked.Afterwards: Boots Essentials Curl Creme (rub between your hands and knead into the wet hair) it really defines the curls and gives them a boost. I'm looking to find somthing whithout silicones, but I've had no luck yet.I'm going to experiment with yves rocher products, they have some new lines that could be GC friendly, and they ship allover the world.It's a lot of trial an error with curly hair, hair in general, you porbably already know that. :-)In short. 1.Cleanse 2.Condition 3.Moisturize/Define/and Keep in the Moisture 4.Plopping and/or dry with Defuser.By the way, I think your hair looks nice on that picture, so you're probably doing something right. And I belive it could be 2C/3A? (I'm never sure and mixed types are normal). I find naturally curly is a very helpful site and I do think it's a great site for curly haired people.Gratulations on the Wedding
I belive i have very similar hair to yours. I'm not quite there yet with finding my "perfect" routine but I can tell you what I do.Whashing&Conditioning: The Bodyshop Rainforest Moisture Line (no silicones, no parabenes) those i liked.Afterwards: Boots Essentials Curl Creme (rub between your hands and knead into the wet hair) it really defines the curls and gives them a boost. I'm looking to find somthing whithout silicones, but I've had no luck yet.I'm going to experiment with yves rocher products, they have some new lines that could be GC friendly, and they ship allover the world.It's a lot of trial an error with curly hair, hair in general, you porbably already know that. :-)In short. 1.Cleanse 2.Condition 3.Moisturize/Define/and Keep in the Moisture 4.Plopping and/or dry with Defuser.By the way, I think your hair looks nice on that picture, so you're probably doing something right. And I belive it could be 2C/3A? (I'm never sure and mixed types are normal). I find naturally curly is a very helpful site and I do think it's a great site for curly haired people.Gratulations on the Wedding