Hair Texture & Style
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Hair types can be divided into four categories, which are then further divided into subcategories. Generally the most popular hair types are straight, body wave, curly, loose wave; hair texture describes the circumference of the hair. There are three different hair texture types - fine, medium and thick. It is what we often call 130% density, 150% density, and 180% density; hair lace generally has 4×4 lace closure, 5×5 lace closure, 4*0.75 T Part Closure, 13×4 lace frontal; hair type has the following Four kinds, Brazilian Hair, Peruvian Hair, Malaysian Hair, Indian Hair; the above four categories are the most commonly used indicators to describe hair.
What is a textural hairstyle?
Textured hair essentially means adding separation and definition to the hair to create different lengths or layers within it. To put it simply, you'll see it as something that looks a lot messier and less structured in comparison with straight natural hair, or hair without any texture added through.
How do I know my hair texture type?
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.
Which hair texture is the best?
Virgin texture hair is the best grade of weave hair because it is unprocessed and thus can be styled and colored like your own natural hair. The most popular types of human hair are Brazilian, Malaysian, Peruvian, and Indian hair.
Is textured hair the same as layered?
Texturizing is different from layers in that they are interior and not exterior. This means you typically cannot see where the texture begins and where it ends like you can with traditional layers. Texturizing is the act of removing bulk from specific areas of the hair.