Kinky-Curly is also named Afro-textured hair,it is the natural hair texture of certain populations in Africa, the African diaspora, Oceania and in some parts of South and Southeast Asia. Kinky curly weave human hair, it belongs to a kind of curly. It is made with 100% virgin human hair, looks incredibly natural, and is soft as well as delicate. Kinky curly hair consists of ringlets that from a barrel or cylinder shape naturally with little effort. In contrast to straight or curly hair, each strand of this type grows in tiny, angular spirals. The hair strands twist tight around itself, it is made of many small and dense shape like “z”. The texture is very crimped, tight and flexible. What is the difference between kinky curly hair and curly hair? Kinky curly weave hair is a kind of curly, but curly weave hair is not a kind of kinky curly. The density of the curls is different. Kinky curly is smaller and tighter than curly weave hair. The shape they look is different. Kinky curly hair bundle looks like a sector, it is very fluffy. But the curly human hair extensions bundle distributed almost evenly from up to down. The shape looks more consistent. Curly hair has a wide, soft curve, almost wavy. Kinky curly seems poofy and with very small kinks, it seems frizzy. 8A Grade Brazilian Curly Hair How to take care of your kinky curly hair? Comb out the hair from root to tip with a wide-toothed comb or a hair extension loop brush. Don’t rub, your hair dry and allow it to air dry when even possible. You should not wash your hair often, and the effect of cleaning it once every 14 days is very good. Because the hair is not attached to your scalp, it does not receive the protection or moisturizing effects of the natural oils. Limiting the washes can help avoid breakage, and using a clarifying shampoo can help limit it further. Wash near the scalp and give yourself a light massage to protect the natural hair from bacterial growth and stimulate blood flow. Don’t rub hair together while drying it, this will cause unwanted tangles, which are difficult to get out Deep condition once a week, and moisturize in between washes. If your hair feels exceptionally dry, use shea butter or natural oil mask to help give it an added boost.