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    Well I'm definitely a 4b. At least I know now! Thanks Vermelha!
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    yes...........

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    Great info!

    I just found a guide with 4c.

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    Thanks for this information. It clears things up for me.

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    hey to all i just want to know if there is a way to find out your hair type while transitioning I have been transitioning for 5 months so far. Do i have to wait until i am completely natural to find out my hair texture. Thank You.

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    I'm close to being at 3 months of transitioning, and I think I have at least two textures, I think I have 4a but more of 3b/c because it has an s-curl pattern, especially at the front and the back of my hair. So I don't think you have to wait until your hair is completely natural, just until you have at least an inch of new growth, which can take 2 months or so to grow in, but at 5 you should be able to tell what hair type you may be. For me it was easier to tell when my hair was wet.
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    I think that I am a 3a/3b combo. Thanks Vermelha, you are great researching and giving of information.
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    4b in the house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by abbyZ View Post
    Great info!

    I just found a guide with 4c.

    I never liked this example. I've seen this one before.

    Beyonce in this one is rocking a 3c texture. Type 4 hair has a coil. This one appears more to be a curl instead.

    To me, this 4c is rather loose textured. It looks more like 4a. 4c is densely packed.

    And Jill Scott rocking the twists doesn't help describe what texture hair she's rocking....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vermelha View Post
    I never liked this example. I've seen this one before.

    Beyonce in this one is rocking a 3c texture. Type 4 hair has a coil. This one appears more to be a curl instead.

    To me, this 4c is rather loose textured. It looks more like 4a. 4c is densely packed.

    And Jill Scott rocking the twists doesn't help describe what texture hair she's rocking....
    Absolutely right!
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