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Frequently Asked Questions
What do the Levels 1-4 mean?
Level 1: Straight Hair
Straight hair has little to no texture. The hair is completely or close to completely straight from root to tip. This hair type tends to be very shiny, lacking in volume, resilient (hard to damage) and is usually really hard to curl.
Level 2: Wavy Hair
Wavy hair is defined by a texture that starts further down the hair shaft (the roots tend to be straighter and gradually gain a wave). This hair type has a loose ‘s’ shaped pattern instead of spirals. This hair type also tends to be pretty frizzy and can be weighed down by heavy products, so it’s important to use good quality stylers that are lightweight.
Level 3: Curly Hair
Curly hair is defined by ringlets (aka coil or spring-shaped texture). This hair type frizzes up very easily in poor weather and is very easily damaged. This is why it is especially important to keep your hair healthy and happy with our Revitalizer product.
Level 4: Kinky Hair
Kinky Hair ranges from tiny pen spring curls to z shaped kinky coils. This hair type is very easily damaged and can scrunch up to 3/4 of it’s length because of the small and tightly coiled texture. It is important for girls with level 4 hair keep their hair moisturized at all times to avoid damage, regular conditioning is key.