Your curl type is determined by the shape of the follicle that your hair grows out of from your scalp. The flatter or more oval-shaped the follicle, the curlier your hair; the more circular the cross-section, the straighter your hair. Your curl pattern is also identified by the shape that the strands of hair make, whether they kink, curve, or wind around themselves into spirals. Most people with textured hair have more than one type of pattern on their heads.
So you may have a combination of, say, kinky, coily, wavy, and curly. Identifying your curl shape and pattern (or patterns) is best determined while your hair is sopping wet. A simple breakdown: Type 1s are straight, Type 2s are wavy, Type 3s are curly, and Type 4s are coily. (Coily hair is a type of curly hair that is super voluminous. Also known as Type 4, coily hair refers to strands that form tight curls in a zig-zag pattern from the scalp. ... This naturally curly hair type has a very dry and spongy texture.).
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