Hair Types and SGNC’ Product Guide

by Joyce Adom on September 26, 2018

Type 1: Straight Hair.

Type1:  Straight Hair         

 

Straight hair is classified as a 1. Straight hair reflects the most sheen. This hair type is naturally oily.

It is recommend to use the serums as treatment oil for dry, dull, frizzy, damaged hair. Do shampoo and condition after treatment.

Product Recommendation:

  • Simply Shea Soft Hair Serum Spray.
  • Coconut Pride Hair Serum Spray
  • Coconut Pride Hair Serum Spray,
  • Coco Shea Treatment Serum- (Must shampoo out)

 

Type 2: Wavy Hair

Wavy 2AWavy 2CWavy 2C

    Wavy 2A                    Wavy 2B                Wavy 2C

STYLING TIP: Because wavy hair is more prone to frizz, anti -frizz/humidity protective stylers are key for creating and keeping gorgeous waves.  Keep your fingers out of wavy hair, the more you tousle the more frizz you experience.

 

 Product Recommendations:

For these hair types, it is recommended to use the serums as treatment oil for dry, dull, frizzy, and damaged hair. It may also be used in small amounts as style finisher to add extra shine daily.

· Coconut Pride Hair Serum Spray, Easy Transition Hair Serum Spray,

· Simply Shea Soft Hair Serum Spray, Coco Shea Treatment Serum.

 

 

 Type 3. Curly Hair.

3A Curly3B Curly3C Curly
       Curly 3A                       Curly 3B                  Curly 3C

This hair type is full bodied, climate dependent (humidity = frizz), and damage prone. Lack of proper care renders dull curls.

Product Recommendations:

Below serums are best used weekly as hot oil treatment. For daily care, use the serums in smaller quantity to add instant shine, sleekness and control frizz.

Weekly Treatment

For extra dry, frizzy and damaged looking hair

  • Coco Shea Soft Treatment Serum
  • Coconut Pride hair Serum for hot oil treatment.
  • Coconut Pride Hair Serum Spray

 Daily Care

  • Coconut Pride hair Serum for hot oil treatment.
  • Coconut Pride Hair Serum Spray

 

  Type 4: Kinky Hair

 4A Kinky4B Kinky4C Kinky

  Kinky 4A                        Kinky 4B                      Kinky 4C

 

Type 4 is Kinky hair and is the driest hair type, making it more prone to breakage and requires a gentle touch. A misconception exists that this hair type does not grow. Kinky hair grows at the same rate as other texture, however, if not treated properly it breaks more than other textures. Treat this hair type with care –avoiding harsh chemicals is key.

KINKY HAIR CARE TIP: Due to the fact that kinky hair is dry by nature, and therefore breaks easily, it needs added moisture, daily. Dry hair breaks and damp hair also breaks…well moisturized hair is supple and has elasticity. The key to keeping these natural curls healthy, shiny, and beautiful is to moisturize every step of the way with natural shampoos, conditioners, hair oils/serums and thick creams, butters or pomades.


Product Recommendations:

 Natural Hair

 Daily Care and Styling

  • Simply Shea Soft Shampoo and conditioner 
  • Simply Shea Soft Hair Butter
  • Simply Shea Soft Hair Serum Spray.
  • The Coconut Pride Line. 

 For added shine while styling

  • Coconut Pride Hair Serum Spray
  • Coconut Pride Hair Butter

 Weekly Treatment

  • Coco Shea Treatment Serum- Highly recommended
  • Coconut Pride Hair Serum Spray

  Chemically Relaxed or Straightened (Heat Applied)

 Weekly Treatment

  • Coco Shea Hair Treatment Serum- Highly recommended
  • Coconut Pride Hair Serum Spray

  Daily Care

  • Coconut Pride Hair Serum and Hair butter
  • Simply Shea Soft Serum and Hair Butter

 

Weekly Treatment

  • Coco Shea Hair Treatment Serum for weekly treatment- Highly recommended
  • Coconut Pride Hair Serum Spray

 

 

 

1 comment
by Ruth Thomas-Oshun on September 26, 2018

I have tried several of your products for my daughter most especially and the results are quite amazing. She does not feel terrible any time I make her hair now as her hair feels so soft and enriched when I use the simply go natural shampoo, conditioner and the coconut pride hair pomade.

Her hair styles come out so radiant that it gives expression to the African beauty. Keep up the good work!

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