By Hair Type
What's Your Hair Type?
Hair is as individual as you are. Choose products that enhance or correct your hair to make every day a great hair day!
What's the difference between Fine, Medium and Coarse? We're talking about ONE strand of hair.
- Fine Hair: when the individual hair has a tiny diameter. Often people with fine hair have a LOT of it, shed often, and claim their hair feels thin regardless of hair density. It is the most susceptible to 'flyaways'. This hair is the most delicate and professional care must be taken to avoid damage during chemical services such as perms and highlights.
- Medium Hair: in between fine and coarse. The most manageable type of hair because it is neither too coarse nor too fine to resist change. Responds well to a variety of hair products without risk of being weighed down. Medium hair holds up well to most chemical services with minimal risk of damage. You can use products from any category depending on desired results.
- Coarse Hair: when the individual hair has a large diameter. Hair feels thick regardless of how much hair you actually have. This hair is the strongest and most resistant to change in both styling and chemical services. This can lead to higher risk of damage when chemical services are not done by a professional.
How much hair do you have? Hair density is how many hairs you have per square inch.
- Thin Hair: your ponytail is about the size of a dime. On short hair, you can see a colored comb easily through your hair, and possibly even see your scalp in places.
- Medium Hair: your ponytail is about the size of a nickel. On short hair, you can only faintly see the colored comb or your scalp past the parting. You can use products from any category depending on desired results.
- Thick Hair: your ponytail is larger than a quarter. On short hair, you cannot see the colored comb or your scalp past the parting.
What is your natural hair texture? How much curl do you have?
- Straight: dry or wet, there is no visible wave or curl to the hair.
- Wavy: this hair can be curly when wet but dries straight when combed, or can maintain loose beachy waves when dry.
- Curly: dry or wet, there is visible curl to the hair. The curls vary in diameter from pinkie-sized ringlets to large loose curls.
- Coily: dry or wet, the hair forms small tight curls, smaller than a pinkie finger.
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