Your texture is also known as Type 2; fine to coarse that creates a definite 'S' pattern


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Curl Type 2 is classified as wavy hair. Type 2 isn’t overly oily or dry, which allows for many different styling options along the spectrum of curly or straight looks. This hair type reflects shine well and is very resilient, despite being the curl hair type most prone to frizz.

  • Type 2A hair is fine and thin, and is relatively easy to straighten or curl using heated tools.

  • Type 2B hair has waves that tend to adhere to the shape of your head.

  • Type 2C hair is fairly coarse and frizzes easily. 

How To Care For Wavy Hair

Hydration Is Key
We recommend using a sulfate-free shampoo for several reasons. Sulfates strip your hair of its natural oils, causing dull and frizzy hair (especially among those with waves and curls). Next, select a conditioner that will lock in moisture and keep your hair hydrated. Follow up with a leave-in hair conditioner with keratin to detangle while providing protection against heat styling after washing. Keratin is a protein found in hair, strengthens the shaft while smoothing the hairs cuticle, reducing frizz, adding shine and improving manageability - perfect for waves and curls.

Strand Density

Knowing these components can help you navigate which products are going to work best for you.

What's Your Texture? - Wavy?




"So wavy, baby! Toss it up! Let us help you with products to keep you on your healthy hair journey!"

More Volume

Wavy fine hair experience oily and greasy scalps, so its true you may have to wash more often than the average curly girl.


Use moisturizing products that balance the needs of drier, older ends with newer roots.

It is a good idea to use a pre-shampoo conditioning treatment before shampooing to restore and maintain elasticity and shine.

Stay Hydrated

Coarse hair tends to be on the drier side. Luckily, there are a million easy ways you can add moisture back into your strands without weighing it down.