WHAT'S YOUR TEXTURE IDENTITY?
The S pattern defines this hair texture. Men who identify their hair as curly most likely have type silkier strands that form loose curls, ringlets, or deep waves. This texture also gets weighed down and loses volume from extensive product use and buildup.
KINKS & COILS
This texture is defined by coarseness, volume, and strand shape. The shape can form tightly wound coils or Z-shapes that continue for the entire length of the strand. This group exemplifies a wide range but most identifying as kinky or coily.
Time plays a significant role here. Locs are formed when strands are twisted together by hand, making thick rope-like strands that fall freely from the scalp. These strands keep their shape over time. Men with loc'd hair experience a range of loc thickness and number, making every set unique.
Length, density, and cut of men's facial hair define this identity. Beards reflect the uniqueness of man's personality. Color and design add to his statement. Bearded men practice a more intricate personal care routine since the first impression is king.