Curl Hub

Curl Hub

Your Expertly Curated Curl Destination

Everyone has their own hair journey and the process of discovering what works with your specific curl type can take years, even decades to master. We’ve gathered all the pro tips, products, styles, and tricks so you can skip the long journey and go straight to gorgeous curls.

Hair Type Chart

  • Curl Type Chart - 4C 4C
  • Curl Type Chart - 4B 4B
  • Curl Type Chart - 4A 4A
  • Curl Type Chart - 3C 3C
  • Curl Type Chart - 3B 3B
  • Curl Type Chart - 3A 3A
  • Curl Type Chart - 2C 2C
  • Curl Type Chart - 2B 2B
  • Curl Type Chart - 2A 2A

No two curl patterns and no two curl stories are exactly the same. Your curl pattern is beautiful and unique to you. Take the first step in your Carol’s Daughter curl journey by selecting the strand below that most resembles your curl pattern.

  • Tolani 4C Hair Type - 4c
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    4C Hair Type

    Your tight, densely packed coils are naturally the most prone to shrinkage, giving you a sponge-like texture. 4C curls can be extremely dry, brittle, and prone to breakage without the proper moisturizing routine.

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  • Natasha 4B Hair Type - 4b
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    4B Hair Type

    Your curls resemble a zig-zag pattern, which can make your 4B hair prone to dryness, tangles, and even occasional breakage. Keeping them hydrated and free of tangles can allow your 4B curls to flourish.

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  • Victoria 4A Hair Type - 4a
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    4A Hair Type

    4A curls are dense with a very visible coily pattern. Your hair without oils and hydrating creams can lack curl definition making it prone to dryness.

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  • Meriah 3C Hair Type - 3c
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    3C Hair Type

    Your tight, corkscrew-like ringlets are densely packed and have the most volume within the type 3s. Your curls are prone to dryness and tangles, which means they thrive when moisturized.

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  • Arianna 3B Hair Type - 3b
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    3B Hair Type

    Your curls are springy with lots of volume. 3B curls can range from ringlets to corkscrews and need hydration to keep their definition.

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  • Erica 3A Hair Type - 3a
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    3A Hair Type

    Your large, loose curls have a very defined “S” shape. 3As biggest issue is battling frizz and maintaining shine.

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  • Lilli 2C Hair Type - 2c
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    2C Hair Type

    Your S-shaped wave pattern starts at your roots. Your wave pattern is thick and the most defined of the 2 types. Unwanted frizz can be a common issue among this hair type.

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  • Sherli 2B Hair Type - 2b
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    2B Hair Type

    Still pretty flat at the crown like a 2A, your S-like patterned waves are easy to style but are prone to frizz and tend to lose definition easily.

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  • Jessica 2A Hair Type - 2a
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    2A Hair Type

    Your waves tend to be straight at your crown and form a slight S-shaped towards your tips. Your main concern may be the lack of body and volume your 2A waves have.

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