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Why Is My Hair Suddenly So Wavy?

Written by Suresh

The Hair-Do Hormones: At times of great hormonal shifts, like puberty, pregnancy and menopause, many strange things can happen to the human body. Skin texture can change, the ability to put on or lose weight might not be the same and, sometimes, hormonal changes can literally curl (or straighten) your hair!

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After showering, use a technique called plopping, where you bend over and twirl the fabric around your head. This is a no-heat way to decrease dry time and enhance your natural waves and curls. Hands off! Once you’re done styling your hair, keep your hands (and brushes) off.

Generally Why does water make my hair wavy? The molecules in your hair are held together by strong chemical bonds, some of which are sensitive to water and can temporarily change their shape. The shape of your hair reflects the shape of the molecules of which it is made.

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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Do I secretly have wavy hair?

If it dries straight without a bend or curl, then you have straight hair (or type 1 hair as it is commonly referred to). If it dries with a slight curve or S shape, then it’s considered wavy hair (type 2). If your hair dries with a defined curl or loop pattern, you have one of two curl types.

Can hair change from straight to wavy naturally?

Others have curls and straighten them out. But for a few people, their hair actually changes shape and texture on its own — and not just because of the weather. Scientists don’t know exactly why this happens, but it probably has to do with a combination of genetics, hormones and body chemistry.

Is curly hair rare?

Lots of traits are statistically rare: Left-handedness (just 10 percent of the population!), curly hair (11 percent!), and blond hair (4 percent!), to name a few. But of the more than seven billion people on the planet, only 2 percent can claim to have this one special trait.

How many times a week should you wash your hair?

Dry/damaged hair: Every 5-7 days to allow some of your hair’s natural oils to be retained on the scalp. Fine/thin hair: Every other day to provide your hair with enough moisture. Wavy/curly hair: Every 4-5 days, depending on the density of your hair. Coiled hair: Once a week for optimal hair growth.

Should you brush wavy hair?

In general, you should never brush wavy hair. Pulling a hairbrush through wavy hair will damage your curl structure and lead to a frizzy mess. Instead, you should detangle your hair with your fingers or a wide tooth comb and only use a hair brush right before you wash your hair.

What does type 2C hair look like?

2C. Type 2C waves are usually identified as small to medium size waves that form into a letter S shape as they grow. This shape borders between wavy and curly hair. Though for some this may already look like a typical curly hair, the 2C type does not form springs, a distinguishing feature between waves and curls.

Does cold water make your hair more curly?

It helps in sealing in the hair’s moisture and also helps in clumping your coils and curls together for even more definition. However, while warm water creates frizz, cold water tends to flatten the hair.

Does salty water make your hair curly?

When your hair dries, the salt reaches the cuticle layer, forming little microscopic fibers between cells, and this makes curls much easier to form. As a result, sea salt spray will not miraculously make straight hair curly, rather it makes naturally wavy or curly hair more pronounced.

What helps high porosity hair?

Using liquid or leave-in conditioner, cream and oil (LCO) in that order, is the best way to apply products to high porosity hair. Angela Stevens, celebrity hairstylist said about this: Oils are the best way to lock moisture into your hair. Argan oil, jojoba oil, and other oil blends help to seal moisture.

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