AN EXPERT EXPLAINS THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF HAIR AND HOW TO CARE FOR EACH
An Expert Explains The Different Types Of Hair And How To Care For Each
This video will provide some general information about hair types and detail some specific care instructions.
Whether fine, thick, long, short, matte, glossy, curly, coily, or straight, your hair deserves respect. Get to know your hair’s curl patterns, its porosity, density, and styling needs because healthy self-care includes your hair. Hi,
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Depending on a person’s hair type, they may need to follow different care instructions.
This episode will provide some general information about hair types and detail some specific care instructions.
What does hair type mean?
Hair type typically refers to the shape of a person’s hair. Hair can be straight, wavy, curly, or coily.
According to one 2020 article ncbi.nlm.nih.gov, hair consists of two structures: the strand of hair itself, or the hair shaft, and the hair follicle.
The hair shaft consists of different layers, including the cortex, the surrounding cells, and, in thicker hair, a central medulla.
A 2017 study ncbi.nlm.nih.gov notes that the shape of the hair follicle determines the shape of a person’s hair. For example, the hair follicles for curly hair are in the shape of an S.
Genetic factors play a role in deciding the shape of a person’s hair follicle.
What types of hair are there?
Hair shape refers to the degree of curliness of a person’s hair.
One review article on ncbi.nlm.nih.gov notes that different researchers have used different hair shape categorization systems in their research about hair. For example, some have used use labels such as:
Type 1Straight hair
Type 2Wavy hair
Type 3Curly hair
Type 4Coily hair
Some hairstylists like to distinguish hair shapes into four categories. However, scientists do not use this categorization system in medicine or scientific research.
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