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High porosity can be either an inherent property of hair or the result of damage from chemical processing, rough treatment or environmental damage. High porosity hair has gaps and holes in the cuticle, which let too much moisture into your hair and leave it prone to frizz and tangling in humid weather. http://www.naturallycurly.com/texture-typing/hair-porosity

Curly Hair Tips, Styles & Products - NaturallyCurly - High porosity hair

One of the moisturizing methods!

LOC Method: The Routine EVERY Curly Should Know

Will give this a try this winter! -- I've been using this method for the past two years of my natural life and it's worked wonders for me. For thick, thirsty hair I would highly recommend it. LOC Method: The Hair Routine Every Curly Should Know!

Hair with medium porosity often requires the least amount of maintenance. The cuticle layer is looser, allowing just the right amount of moisture to enter while preventing too much from escaping. Hair with normal porosity tends to hold styles well, and can be permed and colored with predictable results. http://www.naturallycurly.com/texture-typing/hair-porosity

POROSITY Porosity refers to how easily your hair is able to absorb and hold moisture. Knowing your hair porosity will help you choose the right products to keep your hair moisturized, strong and shiny.

Type 3a curls show a definite loopy "S" pattern. Curls are well-defined and springy. Curls are naturally big, loose and often very shiny. 3a curls' circumference are sidewalk-chalk size. http://www.naturallycurly.com/pages/hairtypes/type3

How to Texture Type your hair (hint: I'm a type) Understanding the curl pattern, porosity, density, width and length of your hair will help you find the right products and styling tips to keep your locks healthy and beautiful everyday.

LENGTH  In addition to your curl pattern, your hair length can determine which products you should use as well as how to apply them. It will also help you choose the best styles and tools to achieve the look you want. http://www.naturallycurly.com/texture-typing

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Type 2c is thicker, coarser wavy hair that is composed of a few more actual curls, as opposed to just waves. Type 2c hair tends to be more resistant to styling and will frizz easily. http://www.naturallycurly.com/pages/hairtypes/type2

Type 2c is thicker, coarser wavy hair that is composed of a few more actual curls, as opposed to just waves. Type 2c hair tends to be more resistant to styling and will frizz easily. http://www.naturallycurly.com/pages/hairtypes/type2

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