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Afro hair facts
Understanding hair type & product volume is of great importance!
G’s HAIR BEAUTY PRODUCTS IS PASSIONATE ABOUT HAIR
It’s common knowledge that there are several types of Afro hair. There are in fact four types, further broken down in to three sub-types.
G’s Hair Beauty Products is passionate about hair. Investment and research enables us to not only understand but also embrace, promote and share the correct constituents. We also ensure the correct quantities of those ingredients suit all hair categories.
Depending on hair type, the volume of product used for your hair is of paramount importance. For example, straight fine hair requires a smaller quantity of product.
An individual’s hair type, texture and condition can change over the years and can be affected by age, diet, health, medication, pregnancy, hormones, the environment and stress
It’s common knowledge that there are several types of afro hair. There are in fact four types, further broken down in to three sub-types.
Fine: Very soft, shiny, difficult to hold and maintain a curl. Hair tends to have its own natural oils and is resistant to damage
Medium: This hair type tends to have volume with its’ own natural oils -again resistant to damage
Coarse: Extremely hard to curl – is usually bone straight – needs more moisture again resistant to damage.
Fine: Hair type sticks close to the head, various styles can be accomplished.
Medium: Hair type has thicker waves – can be resistant to styling – hair type tends to be “frizzy”
Coarse: Very similar to wavy medium hair but more resistant to styling – again “frizzy”
Loose: Hair type usually has a combination texture – it’s thick and full with lots of body – it has what is described as an “S” pattern
Tight: Medium with combined texture – in combination with CURLY and CORKSCREW texture
Corkscrew: Tends towards tight curls and some strands densely packed together
Soft: Tightly coiled with more defined curly pattern.
Wiry: Less defined curl pattern – hair type can look “out of control if not looked after.
Extremely Wiry: Has more of a defined “Z” pattern – more care is required to keep this hair type in its desired style.
Which hair type do you have – and what do you want to achieve ?