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The shape your hair naturally grows in is determined by your hair type and curl pattern which is further determined by your hair follicle shape. Your curl pattern can be affected by heat, weather, chemical, certain medication, diet changes, pregnancy etc.

Hair types are commonly divided into four main groups 1 to 4 and further broken down into three subgroups a to c.


Curl pattern is an important characteristic of your hair and correlates with other hair properties. To a certain extent, knowing your curl pattern can indicate how to take care of your hair, what products to use, what styles you can do.

From: Ultimate Crul Pattern

Description of Hair Types

T4: Coily/Kinky

Your hair is Type 4 if:

  • Your hair has a tight coily or zigzag shape.
  • You’re used to shrinkage and your hair tangles easily.
  • Your hair dries out quickly, and you're often concerned with keeping it moisturized.

Type 3: Curly

Your hair is Type 3 if:

  • Your hair curls in the form of spirals or ringlets, ranging in width from the width of sidewalk chalk to the width of a straw. 
  • You struggle to control frizz and keep your curls defined throughout the day.
  • You often experience dry hair.

Type 2: Wavy

Your hair is Type 2 if:

  • Your hair is wavy or s-shaped, ranging from very loose waves to deeper/tighter waves.
  • You’re most concerned with reducing/controlling frizz, and finding styling products that hold your curls without weighing them down.

Type 1: Straight

Your hair is Type 2 if:

  • Your hair is naturally straight and has no curl pattern.
  • Type one hair tends to be shiny and oily due to the hair strand’s lack of curl. Since the hair strand is completely straight, natural oils that come from the scalp can reach all the way down the hair shaft.


Here are some common hair problems:
  • 1) Dandruff.
  • 2) Hair Loss.
  • 3) Dry Hair.
  • 4) Spit Ends.
  • 5) Oily/Greasy Hair.
  • 6) Frizzy Hair.
  • 7) Dull Hair.
  • 8) Heat Damaged Hair.

Keep in mind that if your hair has experienced heat or chemical damage, you probably aren’t seeing your true curl pattern (you can tell if your roots are curlier than your ends. Call now for professional help.

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