Although we describe type 4C as having a curl pattern, the word "coily" describes this texture more accurately. It is very challenging to change the texture of these thick, resistant hair strands from their naturally coily state. The kinks and coils of type 4C hair are defined and retain their shape even when wet. Some people straighten their natural hair using hair straightening and perming products. Keep in mind, though, that 4C hair is prone to breakage and damage and is quite fragile.
While we don't want to discourage you from trying new looks, we do, however, want to provide you with some advice on how to maintain a 4C natural hair regimen that is effective for you. The first step in doing this is understanding 4C hair texture dynamics.
Although 4C hair strands have a dense volume, they are prone to breakage, dryness and frizz, and are extremely fragile. This is partly because the 4C hair's coily and kinky strands make it difficult for natural oils to spread from root to tip.
The hardest part of achieving moisturized, smooth 4C locks is getting rid of damage and dryness. Finding a hair care routine that places an emphasis on defining and hydrating your 4C curls will determine whether your hairstyle succeeds or fails.
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