If you have curly hair, you know that the styling products you use can make or break your mane. Curl cream is one of the best options for defining curls and giving them their signature bounce. But what works for someone with loose waves may not be the right match for someone with tight coils. So before you buy curl cream you need to consider your curl type and pattern.
Hairstylist Andre Walker came up with the most commonly used hair typing system, which ranges from Type 1 (straight) to Type 4 (coily), in the 90s. Since then the system has been expanded to add more hair types and it’s a good way for the curly-haired among us to classify our curl type and put together a tailored routine. In fact, knowing whether you’re a 2B or a 3C or a 4A can tell you a lot about your specific curl pattern. Not to mention the best products for your locks.
Keep reading to find the perfect curl cream for your curls. The ringlets of your dreams are within reach.
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