Many are familiar with hair typing, yet are still are just as lost as to what their own hair type is! Get tips for a more accurate evaluation of your hair.
For most people, when trading in the relaxers for their natural hair texture the most commonly asked question is, “What is my natural hair type?” But most people have a hard time determining their hair type correctly.
Struggling on creating a natural hair regimen? We have some ways to help you!
By far, the most common question I am asked — both in-person and online — is, “What products do you use in your hair?” And I’m never quite sure what to say in just a few sentences. What may work in one person’s hair may not work in another’s. I thought this would be the perfect time to provide some advice on finding the right products for your natural hair.
Photo: Hairstory | Faith D. Hair Typing is a system of classifying hair created by Andre Walker. The problem with hair typing is most people only focus on the ABCs and 123s of the hair classifications system or the physical appearance of hair. You know… I’m 4a/4b so on and so further. Hair Typing […]
In part one of the hair typing series, I broke down the various aspects of hair typing: curl pattern, porosity, texture, density, and elasticity. But now the question is…how do you put this information to use?
Hair Typing of Natural Hair is a simple way to describe your individual curl pattern and texture. Read our quick guide with texture, density and elasticity.
One of the most widely used hair classification systems today was created by Oprah Winfrey’s hair stylist, Andre Walker. See Hair Typing Chart and full hair type/texture description