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Learn All About Hair Type 1A and Tips on Maintaining Healthy Hair

Vissa Studios Team December 30, 2011 About Your Hair, Hair Type 1, Hair Type 1a No Comments

Hair Type 1aLearn All About

Hair type 1A

Hair Type 1a is naturally straight hair and the straightest out of all Hair Types.  Because it has no discernible wave, the hair lays flat.

The disadvantages of this hair type include the hairs’ tendency to get oily in a short period of time and the inability to possess volume.

The thickness and volume of hair in this type may vary. Hair in this category tend to range from fine to superfine in thickness and normal to thin in volume. Finer Hair type 1a is prone to damage more than hair type 1a is thicker.

Some of the celebrities that have Hair Type 1A include Jennifer Aniston, Lucy Liu, Cameron Diaz, and Michelle Yeoh.

The advantage of this hair type is that it is super sleek, shiny and relatively easy to manage provided you keep it clean with frequent washes.

It is best to use light spritzes and lighter conditioners, since this hair type tends to be naturally oily. Also, this hair can easily be cut, but it will not be able to hold a curl for too long. The best ways to get a curl for Hair Type 1a straight hair would be the use of mousses and hair sprays.

Hair Type 1a Maintenance Secrets

  • Hair Type 1a  is prone to limpness which can get annoying. Switch up your hair parts so it doesn’t continually fall in the same direction.
  • Blow dry your hair upside down to produce more volume.
  • Use Powder and Baking Soda as a Dry Shampoo to clean and get rid of oils.  All you have to do is sprinkle it in your hair with your finger tips, and section by section, brush it out. The results are instant.

These hair basics on Hair Type 1 can now provide a less stressful time styling your hair

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