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Your client's ( ) is a major consideration in the selection of a hairstyle

hair type

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Hair type is categorized by two defining characteristics:

Directional patterns and hair texture

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All hair has natural ( ) such as waves that must be taken into consideration when designing a style

Directional patterns

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The directional patterns are ...?

straight, wavy, curly, and extremely curly

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The basic hair textures are...?

fine, medium, and coarse

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hair density ranges from...?

very thin to very thick

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This combination usually hugs the head shape due to the lack of body or volume and marginal elasticity.

straight, fine

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Left natural, this hair type might not support many styling options.

straight, fine

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This type of hair offers MORE versatility in styling.

straight, medium

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This hair type is hard to curl and carries more volume than the previous two types.

straight, coarse

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This type of hair can appear fuller when diffused with heat and the appropriate haircut and style.

wavy, fine

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With layering, it can look fuller, and responds well to blow drying and chemical services appropriate for smoothing and straightening.

wavy, fine

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This type of hair offers the MOST versatility in styling because it has the most uniformity of pattern.

wavy, medium

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This type responds well to heat and is easily diffused when dried from it's natural state to curly, or can be easily straightened by blowdrying.

wavy, medium

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This hair type can produce a silhouette that is very voluminous if not shaped properly.

wavy, coarse

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Although blow drying can be effective with this hair type, the process is often much easier for the stylist than the client.

wavy, coarse

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A chemical relaxer or keratin based chemical treatment used for smoothing or straightening may be a good alternative if the client prefers a straighter look; texturize

wavy, coarse

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This hair type often separates revealing the clients scalp unless the hair is very dense.

curly, fine

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Blowdrying this hair type requires more attention because the hair tangles easily. Using a thermal protestant should help.

curly, fine

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When left natural this hair type gives off a soft, romantic look.

curly, medium

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When shaping this hair type keep in mind where the weight line will fall.

curly, medium

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This hair type usually represents a mixture of coiled to extremely coiled hair strands.

curly, coarse

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This hair type is prone to tangles and dryness. products containing moisture should be a focus when servicing these clients.

curly, coarse

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This hair type will shrink tremendously while drying so it is recommended to cut dry.

curly, coarse

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For ease of styling, this hair type is best cut short.

very curly, fine

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Smoothing the hair using a blowdryer and a thermal flat iron is a great option, but remember to use thermal protectant.

very curly, fine

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This silhouette can promote horizontal lines of volume as it tends to widen as it grows.

extremely curly, medium

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This hairstyle offers a versatility in styles including twists and braids, keep the hair moisturized for a healthy looking result.

extremely curly, medium

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This silhouette will be extremely wide.

extremely curly, coarse

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This hair type often appears quite dense and offers limited flexibility.

extremely curly, coarse

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Without chemicals, this hair responds well to short cropped layers along with braided, loc, or twisted styles making the silhouette more narrow and defining the curls.

extremely curly, coarse