Wavy Hair Type
Hair that forms springy, defined, round ringlets. Typical characteristics include medium to high texture with volume. Wavy hair is the most frizz prone, has natural movement and is receptive to most styling methods.
Curly Hair Type
Hair that forms lengthy ridges, similar to the pattern of an ‘S’. Typical characteristics include minimal frizz and silky to the touch. Curly hair is prone to dryness and breakage yet is highly receptive to styling methods.
Very Curly Hair Type
Hair that forms tight spirals or coils. Typical characteristics include minimal sebum production, and high frizz. Very Curly hair can be prone to tangling and has no limit to the amount of volume achieved.
Highly textured hair with many of short ridges. Typical characteristics include a high frizz factor and lack of definition. Most often there will be no visible curl, but rather a zigzag pattern, resulting in a “puffy , dense appearance.” Kinky hair is usually delicate, fragile to the touch and desires additional moisture. Responds well to textured styling methods.