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We asked hairstylists to explain the different types of curls and curl pattern types, and included a handy curl type chart so you can identify what curl type you have to help you have better hair days with bouncy waves or cutips #haircaretips #haircolor #hairstyle #realsimple
Real Simple saved to Hairstyles & Haircare
We asked two industry texture pros to break down some of the finer points of the texture typing categories. Follow our easy tip sheet (complete with recommendations for your hair-care stash) to help you better I.D. your curl type.
Allure saved to Curly Hair Guide
To better understand which curl pattern your hair falls into, it is helpful to understand the curl type chart. Numbers (1-4) represent the curl family your hair falls under – 1 being the straightest hair pattern while 4 represents the curliest. Additionally, the letters (A-C) detail how tight or loose your curls are – A being loose and C being tightly wound.
In the past few years of obsessively gathering wisdom from curly hair blogs, watching curly haired vloggers and reading curly hair…
Léa Abm saved to Curls posts
We asked hairstylists to explain the different curl types and to help you identify what products are best for the hair type you have.
Still trying to figure out your curl pattern or the right products for your curl type? Here's how to understand curly hair types today.
Erin Gutwasser saved to Hair
Shortly after discovering the curly girl method and realizing my hair was wavy, I wanted to know what my curl pattern was. I don’t really even know why I wanted to know. I just did. I looked at curl pattern charts and found most of them really confusing. I thought I would make a wavy […]
Ingrid Cornwell saved to Girlie Stuff