Types of Curls
Types of Curls

Types of Curls

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With wavy hair, the right haircut determines the shape. Healthy, well-conditioned hair ceatives a better wave. Wash ’N Go is the styling method of choice, while air drying or diffuser drying is recommended. Lightweight non-crunchy products work best to create long-lasting curls.

Wavy Hair Types

  • Frizz control
  • Limp
  • Need to 'pump up' waves
  • Wash 'N Go
  • Tight Wavy Hair


For curly hair, the right haircut matters. Healthy, well-conditioned hair creates a better curl. Dryness and shrinkage are major issues so products need to be moisturizing with a certain degree of hold. Wash N Go is the preferred method of styling. Style preservation is determined by nighttime maintenance.
Texture characteristics for curly hair:

  • Frizz control
  • Long lasting curl
  • Wash 'N Go


Healthy, well-conditioned hair makes a major difference in how your kinky hair behaves. The right cut is also important. Dryness, frizz, and shrinkage are major issues for kinky textures. Kinky Wavy Hair Products must keep hair moisturized while containing a certain amount of hold that doesn’t make the hair hard. Style preservation is another major issue. Coils and twist outs are the preferred methods for creating texture. Retwisting hair at night is key to style preservation.
Texture characteristics for kinky hair:

  • Dryness
  • Shrinkage
  • Twist Outs & Coils preferred over Wash 'N Go


The main concern for transitioners is growing in natural roots while not yet ready to cut the relaxed ends. The objective is to get two different hair textures to be similar while natural hair grows in.
Texture characteristics for transitioners hair:

  • Natural roots with relaxed ends
  • Dryness
  • Require ‘rod sets’ to ‘make’ natural texture and relaxed texture similar