All hair has Texture & Type! Cadence Taylor Organic Beauty Products are for ALL of them!
Straight Hair: Reflects the most sheen and also the most resilient hair of all of the hair types. It is hard to damage and immensely difficult to curl this hair texture. Because the sebum easily spreads from the scalp to the ends without curls or kinks to interrupt its path, it is the most oily hair texture of all.
Wavy Hair: Texture and sheen ranges somewhere between straight and curly hair. Wavy hair is also more likely to become frizzy than straight hair. While type A waves can easily alternate between straight and curly styles, type B and C Wavy hair is resistant to styling.
Curly Hair: Known to have an S-shape. The curl pattern may resemble a lowercase "s", uppercase "S", or sometimes an uppercase "Z" or lowercase "z".This hair type is usually voluminous, "climate dependent (humidity = frizz), and damage-prone."Lack of proper care causes less defined curls.
Kinky Hair:which features a tightly coiled curl pattern (or no discernible curl pattern at all) that is often fragile with a very high density. This type of hair shrinks when wet and because it has fewer cuticle layers than other hair types it is more susceptible to damage
Fine Hair: Thin strands that sometimes are almost translucent when held up to the light.
Shed strands can be hard to see even against a contrasting background.
Fine hair is difficult to feel or it feels like an ultra-fine strand of silk.
Medium Hair: Strands are neither fine nor coarse.
Medium hair feels like a cotton thread, but isn't stiff or rough.
It is neither fine nor coarse.
Coarse Hair: Thick strands whose shed strands usually are easily identified.
Coarse hair feels hard and wiry.