Identifying your Curly Mixed Race Hair Type
When you or your children’s hair is entirely different from your children’s mixed race hair, it can be overwhelming trying to find the right products and hair care.
Welcome to the second of a series I am running focusing on mixed race hair care throughout February.
The best start is to identify what your son or daughter’s hair type is. If you can get that right, the world is your oyster. Literally, many of the natural and curly hair blogs and sites can recommend products and methods based on hair types.
Believe it or not, there are about 12 so look at your child’s hair in closely and compare it to those in the pictures (or, even better, go and see one of London’s Best Curly hair salons for mixed race hair). But it shouldn’t ‘s be too hard to identify.
Take a look at the curl types picture here and see which one resembles yours or your childs’. Notice how tight the ringlets are and the shape of the curls.
Once you’ve done that, you can go on to purchase products that are recommended by others with similar hair types. It’s that simple.
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