Straight, Fine Hair
This combination usually hugs the head due to the fact that there's no volume. Small narrow silhouette
Straight, Medium Hair
This hair type offers: versatility in styling, responds well to blow-drying with various sized brushes, has good movement, responds well to rollers and thermal styling.
Straight, Coarse Hair
This hair is: Hard to curl, carries more volume than straight medium and fine hair, casts a slightly larger silhouette, responds well to thermal styling, flat brushes are better for this hair type because of wider diameter in hair shaft.
Wavy, Fine Hair
This hair type: can appear fuller with appropriate hair cut and style, when layering, it will look fuller, responds well to blow-drying and chemical services, this hair can be fragile.
Wavy, Medium Hair
This type of hair: offers the most versatility in styling, can be diffused to look curly, easily straightened by blow drying.
Wavy, Coarse Hair
This silhouette could appear very wide, and the hair could appear unruley if it's not shaped properly. Client often feels that her hair leaves her trapped between too wavy to be left in a straight style, but not curly enough for a curly style. A soft perm could easily bring her to a wash-and-wear curly style or another chemical service such as a mild relaxer may work very well if the the client prefers a straighter look.
Curly, Fine Hair
The hair, when left long, often separates revealing scalp, responds well to mild relaxers and color services, blow drying straight may be difficult unless cut into short layers, and if client isn't going to be in a humid environment.
Curly, Medium Hair
This type of hair creates a wide silhouette, gives a soft romantic look when left natural, responds well to relaxers and color.
Curly, Coarse Hair
This type of hair needs heavy styling products to weight it downn, the hair will shrink considerably when dry, making it appear shorter.
Very Curly, Fine Hair
The most flattering shape for the client must be determined first, and then second, for ease of styling, this hair type is generally best left short. If the hair is left long, the silhouette will be wide and extremely voluminous. Chemical services and hair pressing take well, but be careful because the hair may be fragile.
Extremely Curly, Medium Hair
This silhouette can get very wide, as the hair can look wider rather than longer as it grows. Chemical relaxers work very well to make the shape narrower, and hair pressing is also a good option. If the hair is left in its natural state, cropping it close to the head in a flattering shape is great for ease of styling and low maintenance.
Extrememly Curly, Coarse Hair
This silhouette will be extremely wide. Chemical relaxing is often recommended to make it easier to style with other thermal services. This hair type is often too thick to tie back in a ponytail, so if the client does not want any chemical services, and wants easy care, suggest short, cropped layers to make the silhouette narrower.