Thursday, February 2, 2017
Hair Texture Guide: Which Type are you?
Do you know your hair type? Knowing the answer to this question can influence your daily styling routine. The best way to know about your natural hair texture is to wash your hair and inspect your strands in the mirror without using any styling product on your hair. Getting eager to know how? Let’s go through this comprehensive guide to know all about your hair type:
Type 1: Straight hair: There is beauty and elegance in straight hair. They are frizzy, light and greasy but they are beautiful. Which category of straight hair you fall in?
1. Type 1A hair is described as good, pencil- thin and soft with a visible shine. If you want to increase the volume of your thin hair then use Strong & Nourished Hair oil.
2. Type 1B hair is medium-textured and has more volume than Type 1A hair.
3. Type 1C hair is rough and is the most resistant to curly styling.
Type 2: Wavy hair: Girts with natural waves are considered to be really lucky. This type lies somewhere between curls and straight hair and is not either too oily or dry.
1. Type 2A hair is not very thick. It is comparatively easy to handle, straightened or curled.
2. Type 2B hair usually has waves, which grow as per the shape of your head.
3. Type 2C hair will frizz easily and is rough. Use Safe Ayurvedic Hair Loss Therapy shampoo to take care of your rough hair.
Type 3: Curly hair: Many big brands are coming up with new hair products or extensions to offer you temporary curly hair. If you have curly hair naturally, then it is a blessing for you. Curly hair is not as shiny as straight or wavy hair.
1. Type 3A hair is shiny and easy to handle.
2. Type 3B hair has a medium amount of curls, fluctuating from bouncy ringlets (spiral like curls of hair) to tight corkscrews (spiral-shaped corkscrew curls).
3. Type 3C hair is thickest and more prone to frizz.
Type 4: Coily Hair: This hair type is the most coarsest, kinkiest and driest of all hair types. Due to thick twists and turns, which this hair type features, it is very difficult to get moisture down to scalp and maintain the shine of hair.
1. Type 4A hair is full of tight curls.
2. Type 4B hair has a less defined pattern of curls.
3. Type 4C hair features a definite curl pattern.
It is very common to have more one texture in our hair. The edges of your hair may be 4B, while the majority of your hair maybe 4A. Or you may even have 4A hair type along with 3C strands. The above guide is helpful in knowing your hair better. Make best use of this guide and also go with what you think works best for your hair.