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2a hair: This hair type sticks close to your head. It’s wavy but very close to straight.
2b hair: This hair type forms shapes of the letter “S” throughout. Hair still sticks closely to the head and doesn't poof but has a tendency to frizz.
2c hair: Type 2c hair consists of waves that are tightly drawn, so much so that they start to whirl around them-self and form loose spiral curls. Type 2c hair is the frizziest of all the type 2 categories and the hair bounces up slightly and poofs away from the face.
3a hair: Curls in this hair type are well defined, but tend to be big and loose. Type 3 hair has more density than type 2 hair.
3b hair: This hair type has very compact sets of close curls that are more spiral and springing. The hair is still moderately defined on it’s own, but it’s extremely frizzy.
3c hair: This hair type has the most compact set of curls that are packed close together and are often highly textured. Sometimes these curls get kinky or wound together.
4a hair: This hair is coily and forms tight, perfectly cylindrical curls. These curls tend to be about the width of a pencil and quite springy in nature. Unlike the other category 4 hair types, 4a hair falls down, and 4a hair has a clearly defined curl pattern. It has more sheen instead of shine. Type 4 hair can have up to 3x’s more density then type 3 hair.
4b hair: This hair takes on a tight, crimpy pattern, more so than cylindrical curls. The roots of 4b hair may not be as defined, but the ends of 4b hair have a clear curl pattern.
4c hair: Type 4c hair consists of a “Z” shaped, zigzag pattern and tends to show little to no defined sections of hair. The texture of the individual hair strand ranges greatly, from thin/fine to wiry and coarse. 4c hair is known to shrink by more than half of its length.