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With type 3A hair, S-shaped curls often form loose loops. Think of it this way, curls have a circumference a little wider than the end of a brush.
3b. More Curly
Type 3B curls have a circumference about as wide as the barrel of a crayon. Curls spring from the roots and have volume regardless of the density.
3c. Much More Curly
These curls are tight and springy – they would possibly coil perfectly around a drinking straw. To preserve the definition in these often corkscrew curls, take a hands-on approach.
The curl pattern for 4A hair is a S-shaped coil you could wrap around a chopstick. Regardless of how thick or fine it is, almost all type 4 hair is fragile. Perhaps the most fragile of all the hair textures.
4b. More Coily
The curls in 4B hair zig-zag.
4c. Much More Coily
Type 4C coils are the tightest and most fragile. It’s really easy to break them if you comb roughly or too often, and it’s vital to frequently nourish the hair with moisture rich products.