You may have already tried various definition techniques and products

and you still wonder why your results do not look the same as other curls. This is because each hair has its unique characteristics that influence the behavior of your curls: the shape and size of the hair follicle, the thickness and length of the hair, and even their relationship to humidity can affect its durability.

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How old are you if you do not mind me asking?
Select the option that best applies to your current situation
To get a clear idea of your natural curl pattern, it is best to look at it once you have finished the transition and have cut all of the remaining Scrab Hair due to the chemical relaxers applied prior to starting your transition. Discovering your curl pattern can be a struggle until your natural curls grow and the damaged ends have been cut.
Understanding the details of your curly hair pattern will help you understand which styling techniques and products work best for your unique set of strands. Which of the following options best describes your hair?
Porosity is the ability of your hair to absorb and retain moisture and this can vary with the use of dyes or chemical processes. Knowing your porosity is as important as knowing your type of curl. Porosity varies from low, medium to high, depending on the condition of the cuticle. Has your hair gone through a bleaching, permanent color process or do you use heat once a week?
After washing, how long does it take for your hair to dry without adding product?
I am often confused with what is the thickness and density of hair. These simply measure the amount of hair I have on my head and the proximity of the follicles to each other
If you part your hair on the top of your head, how much of your scalp can you see?
The width or diameter of your locks affects how much volume you have, as well as the overall strength, durability, and ability of your hair to retain length. How thick is your strand of hair?
Length is not really a category but how long are you wearing your hair ?, the length of your hair can affect your curl pattern, shrinkage and styling techniques.
What is the condition of your hair currently? What do you regularly have problems with?
How often do you apply homemade or commercial masks?

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