Thursday, December 05, 2013

Find Hair Texture Easily,What's Yours ?!

I want you to be sure that you really know what your hair texture is, because I will be referring to it quite, especially when discussing style, cut, and product selection. 
That's because texture determines how much stress your hair can handle if you decide to color or perm it.


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textured hair

 It also determines the types of styling products to choose (as well as the kind of heating elements—such as blow dryers and curling irons—you should use).

hair texture

Your hair texture really is important! I can't emphasize it enough. I want to be sure that you know your texture. So let's take a closer look at the major types of texture. Compare your hair to the photos and descriptions that follow to find out if your hair's texture is fine, medium, or thick/coarse. Remember, texture isn't about whether your hair's curly, wavy, or straight. What we're really talking about here is strand thickness.


hair texture types
Types of hair texture

Fine Hair

Fine textured hair is the thinnest strand. It's the most delicate of the three hair texture types,and is usually light to the touch. 

fine hair texture

Can you have a lot of hair and still have fine hair texture? Absolutely! Let me clear up some confusion about this: As I said,
It’s not about how exactly numerous strands of locks you have got . You could have fine hair texture with mild , average or even thick density also it can certainly be curly ,wavy or even straight . 


If your own personal hairs are thin , however a lot of you might have , As soon as you’ve come to grips with your hair texture , it’s much simpler to understand appearing similar to a certain hairstyle that’s pretty much moved out of a hair shampoo advertisement despite whatever they’re performing in terms of curl , that you have fine hair .

long fine hair

That doesn't mean your hair is difficult or traumatic or anything. It just means that you have fine hair. End of story! Fine hair is beautiful hair, as we're about to see.
The image on here is a good example of fine, beautiful hair. All I've done is let the hair air-dry naturally, and then I just ran my fingers through it.

Medium Texture


textured medium hair

Hair that has a medium texture is heavier than fine-textured hair. But like fine hair, it can be straight, wavy, or curly, and it can sometimes be coarse. It can usually take a lot of abuse, such as irons and color, and it doesn't really need as much attention as fine hair. 


You find yourself actually grateful when you have medium hair in almost any wave structure,In case your current hair is straight , it is usually curled quite easily tending to keep up its wave until it becomes wet . Medium-textured hair that’s normally wavy will be straightened easily , or even made curlier equally easy as you want to. Out of all three texture types, yours is the easiest to maintain. Lucky girl! 

textured hair

Thinner than coarse hair but not as thin as fine hair 
Coarse Hair

Coarse Hair Texture


Coarse hair texture


 Wow, to you who have this texture type. You know as well as I do that there is good and bad to having thick hair. The good is obvious: You don't have to do much to your hair for it to look great.You can also simply rinse and proceed , considering you have got an excellent style to start with .As long as you make use of the appropriate products , it is possible to definitely go for a couple of days without cleaning or re-styling . Sometimes, you may get a different day trip by taking it directly into a pony. We love that!
CoarseWow, to you who have this texture type. You know as well as I do that there is good and bad to having thick hair. The good is obvious: You don't have to do much to your hair for it to look great.You can also simply rinse and proceed , considering you have got an excellent style to start with .As long as you make use of the appropriate products , it is possible to definitely go for a couple of days without cleaning or re-styling . Sometimes, you may get a different day trip by taking it directly into a pony. We love that! 

Your hair is what people all say they want. You're so lucky, right?! If they only knew! 

Here's the bad side of thick-textured hair (and if you've always wanted thick hair, I hope you're sitting down!): If it's straight, you can't do a thing with it, it won't hold a curl for love or money. If it's wavy, it usually has a mind of its own, and you're forever trying to tame it to do what you want it to do. Not to mention if it's coarse and wavy. And curly thick hair can be a nightmare! It takes forever to straighten, and usually you have to go to a professional to do it. Am I hitting home here, ladies? 

Coarse hair

Having said all that, we all know how beautiful thick hair can be. Just look at the photo and see for yourself. 

Texture hair types


hair texture

3A hair has big loose curls

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