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The Six Difference Of Hair Types:

The hair type simply means whether you have straight or wavy hair, there are several subcategories within the different types of hair.

1. Straight Hair Wig
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2. Body Wave Hair Wig
Body wave hair is bigger and looser than other tiny curls hair we will talk about later, and the distinct ‘S’ curl pattern throughout the whole wig. The hair

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3. Deep Wave Hair Wig
Compared with other wavy hair, a deep wave has tight curls that are all directed in the same way, and is flatter than a water wave, which makes the wig perfect

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4. Water Wave Wigs
Water wave wig is a great look that can be worn by everyone, and curls have the opposite direction, which helps each single out. Women with fluffy hair may want

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5. Curly Hair Wig
Curly hair has a tighter and more delicate curvature than others mentioned above, and it looks very plump and fluffy overall. The curls are smaller than a deep wave, but bigger than kinky curly. They also have great elasticity, and look very tidy and fashionable, and show women unrestrained character. The curly lace front wig is highly recommended, it’s a cost-effective item in terms of its premium quality and feature.

6. Loose Deep Wave Hair Wig
Loose deep wave hair is basically a combination of loose waves and deep waves, and its curls are larger and looser than deep wave curls. The curls also have the same direction as deep wave, the main difference is the degree of curls curving. The style of this hair resembles the hair crimped, which looks super hot and shows personal charm. If you feel like giving it a try, the long loose deep wave hair wig is your best option. We all know that long hair is everything, which
helps you become more stunning and attractive.


The Three Difference Of Hair Textures:

How to definition hair textures?

Hair texture describes the circumference of your hair. There are three different hair texture types—fine, medium and thick. Each hair texture type has its own traits that set it apart from other hair textures and influence the care or treatment it may need.


You can help determine your hair texture by using a piece of thread. Compare that piece of thread to a strand of your hair. If the hair is thinner than the thread, then you are fine-textured. If both are equal, then it is medium, and if it has a bigger diameter than a thread, then it is considered coarse or thick hair.

Fine hair
Fine hair is the most fragile hair texture. Each individual hair is thin and only has two hair layers; cortex and cuticle. If you have this hair type, you might find it hard to keep your hair in a style, or it might get oily easily. And, as you probably know, too much product will weigh this hair texture down, making it break easily.

Fine hair texture features:
This type of hair is most vulnerable and can be prone to breakage. People with finer hair typically have more hair on their heads as each strand occupies less space in comparison to the other two hair textures.
Fine hair tends to be the oiliest of all hair textures
People may find it hard to hold a style because the hair is light and frictionless; it tends to fall flat quickly.
A lack of volume tends to be the main complaint of women with fine hair texture.


Medium hair
Medium hair is what most people have, and is thicker than fine hair. The individual hairs have the same two hair layers that fine hair has, but may also have the third one – the medulla. Medium hair can keep hairstyles better, looks thicker and is more resistant to breaking.
Thick or coarse hair has all three hair layers; cortex, cuticle, and medulla. Thick hair gives the impression of a fuller head of hair, and it can hold a
hairstyle well. If you have a thick hair texture, your hair is more tolerant to heat, styling products, hair dye and breakage than fine or medium hair. But this also means that your hair takes longer to dry and can get frizzy in humid weather.

Medium hair texture features:
It is not only common but also the easiest texture to work with
This texture tends to hold styles relatively easily.
Making up different styles is not as hard as it is for fine hair.
It keeps the scalp covered well.

Thick hair texture:
There is a reason why hair becomes thick for people with thick hair. This type of hair has all three layers, while in the other two hair textures, one or more go missing. The layers are the cortex, medulla, and cuticle. The hair looks thick primarily because of the medulla, which are layers filled with air and space.
Your head looks completely covered and full.

The additional presence of structural proteins makes it the strongest of all hair types.
It is quite resistant to damage as well as heat.
With a hair texture chart, you can more easily see how the fine hair type compares to the medium hair type or thick hair type.

Four Types of hair and texture are as follows knowledge:

Type 1 is straight hair that doesn't curl. This hair type also has the most sheen, is the most resilient and is hard to damage. It is also immensely difficult to curl this type of hair because the scalp sebum spreads easily from the scalp to ends, making it the most oily type of hair and difficult to style.
1a - Stick straight
1b - Straight with more volume
1c - Straight with body wave and a couple of visible S-waves, usually the neck or temples

Type 2 is wavy hair that is in between straight and curly. The sheen is in between wavy and curly. Wavy hair is also more likely to become frizzy than straight hair. Certain types of wavy hair are easy to style, whereas others are more resistant to styling.
2a - Loose, stretched S-waves
2b - Shorter, more distinct S-waves
2c - Distinct S-waves with some spiral curls

Type 3 is curly hair that looks like the letter “S” or “Z.” This hair type is usually voluminous. It is highly climate-dependent and can become frizzy and

get damaged easily. Proper care is required to maintain healthy, well-defined curls.
3a - Big, loose spiral curls
3b - Bouncy ringlets
3c - Tight corkscrew curls

Type 4 is the hair that is coiled very tightly. It is often fragile with a very high density. This type of hair shrinks when wet because it has fewer cuticle

layers than other hair types. It is more susceptible to damage than other hair types.
4a - Tightly coiled S-curls
4b - Tightly coiled, Z pattern curls
4c - Mostly Z-patterned, tightly kinked and less defined curls

How to style and care for your hair type based on hair stype

Type 1: Straight
Type 1 hair has no natural curl. The individual strands may be fine or coarse, thick or thin, but they fall without waving from root to tip.Type 1 hair has a
tendency to become oily, so many stylists recommend that you check the label to be sure the product you’re buying isn’t going to add extra oil to your hair.


Type 2: Wavy hair

Type 2A
This curl type is much closer to a straight texture, making it easy to flaunt sleek strands or a slight tousled curl without the extra handiwork.

The natural state of type 2 hair is a gentle, tousled texture. From the roots to around eye level, your hair is fairly straight. And from eye level to the ends, you have a loose, undefined wave.

Type 2B
From luscious waves to sleek hair, the possibilities are endless. As with 2A, type 2B hair curls from the midpoint to the ends. The curls have a more defined S shape. It may require a little more effort to straighten, but it’s easy to create that beachy look with a spritz of salt spray.Type 2B is ideal for the balayage trend, where stylists hand-paint color on the outer layer of hair.


Type 2C
This texture is much more coarse than other textures in the Type 2 family. Keep in mind, this means you'll have to put in more work with the help of hair styling products and heat tools if you want to achieve pin-straight strands.

Type 3: Curly
Type 3A
This texture sports well-defined curls with a spiral or ringlet shape. With type 3A hair, S-shaped curls form loose loops. The curls have a circumference a
little wider than the large end of a taper candle. One important styling note: Brushing this type of hair can wreck curl definition and lead to a frizzy mane.

Type 3B
If you have a mane full of Type 3B curls, your hair sports a springy and voluminous texture. A step up from Type 3A curls, your strands have a smaller width, which in turn give your mane a fuller appearance.Type 3B curls have a circumference about as wide as the barrel of a Sharpie marker. Curls spring from the roots and have ample volume. To maintain their characteristic spiral shape, these ringlets generally need moisture.

Type 3C
Featuring thicker strands with a tighter curl pattern, this hair type also amps up the volume to give you tons of body and movement.These curls are tight and springy — they would coil perfectly around a drinking straw. To preserve the definition in these corkscrew curls, take a hands-on approach. Instead of combing, which can lead to frizz and breakage, use a leave-in conditioner and rake through wet hair with your fingertips. The American Academy of Dermatology recommends that you air-dry instead of using a blow dryer.

Type 4: Coils
Type 4A
Type 4A hair features small and tight coils that resemble a zig-zag pattern. While other curl patterns may start mid-length, this coily texture begins at the
scalp and continues through the ends. The curl pattern for 4A hair is an S-shaped coil you could wrap around a chopstick. "Type 4 hair is the most delicate hair type," Castillo said. "You have to be very gentle with it, and it needs a lot of moisture." But getting moisture doesn't necessarily mean using oils. Deep

conditioning masques, butters, and creams are good options for preserving hair health.


Type 4B
Type 4B hair is in a class of its own. These strands have a 'Z' shaped pattern that tends to bend in sharp angles instead of curling. The curls in 4B hair zig-zag. One popular technique for defining and accentuating your curls is shingling.Shingling begins with wet hair. Gently detangle with your fingertips, using liberal amounts of leave-in conditioner to moisturize and condition. Then separate your hair into four sections.

Type 4C
This curl type offers a range of thin to coarse textures. Sporting a super-tight zig-zag pattern, these densely packed strands are often prone to major shrinkage with less definition. 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 rich conditioners.

People usually confuse hair texture with a curl pattern, which are two different things. Hair texture is not how the hair feels when you move your hand through it, but rather the thickness of the individual hairs. You may also hear it referred to as the diameter of hair.

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