How do I choose hair Texture?
Coarse Kinky Fro
For 4B-4C Textures. It's the kinkiest curl shape which mimics Z-shaped 4b/4c textures perfectly.
Features: More than 70% shrinkage, low luster.
For 3C-4A Textures It's the coiled curl pattern which mimics firm S-shaped 3c/4a textures perfectly.
Features: 50% shrinkage, medium luster
For 3A-3B Textures It's a ringlet curl which has an elongated S-pattern to 100% mimic type 3 hair.
Features: 30% shrinkage, high luster
This hair texture resembles Permed African American hair air dried or blown out. Most women who have permed hair will fall into this category of extensions. Even when hair is relaxed or permed it hardly ever gets Silky Straight, there will be residual kinks or curls that decided to "fight" the perm. This is why heavy flat ironing on high heat is necessary to achieve silky straight look, so if you want to prevent the heat, this hair texture will be great. Light Yaki is a very soft straight texture that is slightly coarse. It is designed to blend with permed African American Hair.
This hair texture resembles Natural 4a-4c hair blown out. Ladies with Perm hair can wear this also. Coarse Yaki is a very soft and flowy texture which has amazing body and bounce. It is designed to blend with straightened or blown out hair. If you have natural 3c-4b hair then blowing your hair straight and then it will blend with your coarse yaki hair extensions. If you have 4c and 4z hair you may need to blow your hair out then follow with a flat iron on a low setting (Don't worry it will not cause heat damage on a low-medium settting).
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