Did you know 40% of the global population has wavy hair and 11% has curly hair? Although these textures have traditionally been difficult to manage due to inadequate products, this has changed throughout the past few years.
Most people are familiar with three categories of texture: straight hair, wavy hair and curly hair. There is also another category called coily hair, as well as plenty of other types in-between. It's important to recognise each of these textures as they require different products.
Let us first discuss wavy hair, which is known as type two. There is 2A, which is a fine and subtle type of wavy hair that demands lightweight products. Meanwhile, 2B features thicker S-shapes that are easily boosted with Davroe curl defining cream.
Next is curly hair, which is prone to frizz and dryness in 3A, 3B and 3C. Intensive moisture masks such as the HH Simonsen moisture mask may be suitable for this texture. Coily hair in 4A, 4B and 4C would also benefit from added hydration. Yet, the shrinkage of coily hair requires curl balm such as Davroe curl balmto elongate strands too.
Curly Girl Approved
As part of the explosion of curly hair products, the term curly girl approved has become more common. To make curly girl approved purchases, choose curly hair products without sulphate, alcohol and silicone.