Prom Hairstyles For Short Hair 

Haircare Guide For Best Prom Hairstyles For Short Hair 

3A: Curls are naturally big, loose and usually very shiny (Celebrity Examples: AnnaLynne McCord and Debra Messing).

3B: Medium amount of curl, from bouncy ringlets to tight corkscrew size (Celebrity Examples: Keri Russell, Bernadette Peters and Melina Kankaredes).

3C: Curly Kinky Hair, Type 3C hair has tight curls in corkscrews. The circumference is the size of a pencil or straw and the curls can be either kinky or very tightly curled with lots and lots of strands densely packed together. The very tight curls are usually fine in texture. This hair type needs extra moisture and “TLC” because it can be fragile. Detangle the hair with a lot of conditioner applied and use a wide tooth comb, detangling brush or your fingers. Do not use a brush or comb on your dry curls. You can reduce tangles by sleeping on a satin pillowcase or by wrapping the hair in a satin cap (Celebrity Examples: Alicia Keyes, Jada Pinkett-Smith and Tracee Ellis Ross).

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Type 3 Quick Tips

1. Use a moisturizing sulfate-free cleanser to get the most definition for your curly hair

2. Use rich and nourishing conditioners to protect your curls

3. Hydrate and moisturize your curls with a leave-in conditioner

4. Tame unruly frizz with styling creams, butters, oils or hair milk that offer moisture and curl definition

Type 4: Kinky Hair ~ Kinky, or very tightly curled, with a clearly visible curl pattern, the circumference of which is the size of a crochet needle or smaller. The hair is very wiry, very tightly coiled and very, very fragile. Type 4 hair can range from fine/thin to wiry/coarse with lots of strands densely packed together. It has fewer cuticle layers than any other hair type, which means that it has less natural protection from the damage you inflict by combing, brushing, curling, blow-drying and straightening it. Type 4 hair is known to shrink up to 75% of the actual hair length.

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