HAIR typeS-3A TO 3c

Disclaimer: All information gathered on this site has been collected through research and in person interviews. This information is opinion based and suggestions based off of each curl type's need. They do not reflect a specific hair regimen that is to be strictly followed. All hair product companies mentioned in the making of this project did not endorse this site. The use of their names were for the sole purpose of bringing awareness to hair products used for the up keep of each curl type. 

3A-"S"shaped & loose curls

3A curls have a unique texture! Some of your hair will have an S-shape pattern, and some of it might be a bit pulled out. The goal is defined curls that aren't weighed down. Raking and scrunching the products through your curls with your fingers is the best way evenly distribute the product. 

Here are some products that are useful for the up-keep of 3A curls:

 

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Remember...Rake products through hair, Scrunch curls for bounce, Define!

3B-Coarser & tighter curls

3B curls have the circumference of a Sharpie. These curls are prone to dryness, so choosing products that eliminate that is key! For example, curl milks, hair oil and detangling creams are great to help lock in moisture. 

Here are some products that are useful for the up-keep of 3B curls:

 

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Remember...Hydrate,Condition,Detangle! 

3CPencil shaped & thickly packed curls

3C curls are tighter than 3B curls. Think of the circumference size of a straw or pencil. These curls are tightly packed and layered together. Unfortunately, 3C curls are prone to dry breakage because there are so many strands of that make up the texture. Spraying water, using rich curl creams and hair oil will help with the dry breakage.

Here are some products that are useful for the up-keep of 3C curls:

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Remember...Spray water, use rich creams, Detangle!

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