Yes your hair can be curly and straight at the same time. It’s completely normal to have a mix of curl patterns on the same head. Your curls can and probably will change over time.
Can straight hair turn curly?
Your straight hair can naturally turn curly due to the gene factor. For some time, your hair will remain straight until such a stage in life or old age you realize your hair has lost its straightness and has begun to curl.
What does it mean when you have curly and straight hair?
This happens due to genetics. Our DNA is to blame and research shows that the curvature of strands largely depends on the nature of the hair follicle. When the follicle is asymmetrical, the hair shaft grows oval in shape and tends to curl, but even a once curly hair follicle can change to a straight one.
Is curly hair rare?
Curly hair can be frustrating, agonizing, and at times wholly upsetting. But ultimately, us curly-haired humans were given these quirky manes for a reason. Until you accept your curly hair for what it is, these situations might seem weird and annoying, but they’re actually 100 percent common.
Does Curly Girl Method work on straight hair?
Note that the Curly Girl Method can also be used on straight hair and color-treated hair. However, if your hair is relaxed or color-treated, I highly recommend that you read this article on hair coloring for curly hair.
Which race has the most hair?
Caucasians have the most dense hair. Blondes have more strands on their scalp – about 146,000 hairs. The black-haired have about 110,000 hairs, brunettes 100,000 and redheads about 86,000. In spite of the density, genetic hair loss is highly prevalent in this race.
Does curly hair come from Mom or Dad?
If both of your parents have curly hair, you are more likely to inherit the trait of curly hair. This means that you have received both copies of the curly hair gene from your parents. However, one parent could have straight hair while the other has curly hair.