• TinaAngel

    I am Tinaangel, I came across your blog, it’s interesting to gain information regarding 3c, 4a hair & 4b Hair Types and its very useful. thanks for the information

  • TinaAngel

    I love this article because you have given a detailed view of 3C, 4A, 4B Hair, and 4C Hair Types.

  • Goodness

    Seriously I have alot to say, firstly I think I have a 4a or4b hair I have a very beautiful but hard hair and it grows very fast too, the question I want to ask is a 4aor 4b soft or it stiLl hard like a 4c

  • Taliah Waajid

    Hi Michelle,
    If your hair is relaxed, you will not have a curl pattern because of the chemicals that are in you hair. If you are transitioning from relaxed hair to natural hair, here are some products you should use that will help you protect your hair while transitioning.

    Protective Style Regimen for Up-dos & Transitioning Hair Care
    • Thick & Full™ Bamboo And Coconut Milk Moisturizing Mint Shampoo 8oz
    • Intense Moisture™ Bamboo And Coconut Milk Strengthening Leave-in Conditioner 8oz
    • Gro Hair Gro™ Bamboo And Coconut Milk Growth Oil 4oz
    • Healthy Hair Under There™ Bamboo, Avocado And Peppermint Conditioning & Restoring Serum 4oz
    • Hairline Help 2-in-1 Plus™ Bamboo And Biotin Edge Grow 1oz

  • Terri Jackson

    I have read but I still don’t know hair type.I am a 63 year old women braids for years hair very very dry want grow much no heat for years no matter what shampoo are moisturizer I use in hr its dry again can you please tell me a good regimen to use on my hair for a start I have tubs of products that just doesn’t work just want a product that will help have given up desperate.

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