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Science explains curly hair?

We all have really different looking locks but what actually make our hair straight or curly?

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If you like (or don’t like) your curly hair, you can thank (or blame), your genes, your shampoo, your climate and your hairdresser.

The Physics of Curly Hair—Because You Deserve to Know | TIME

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Studies also show that the chances of inheriting curly hair is around 90 per cent. 

The groundbreaking research identified the trichohyalin gene as the one that is mainly responsible for creating curls.

Research suggests that 45 per cent of European people have straight hair, 40 per cent have wavy hair and 15 per cent have curly hair.

‘Curly hair gene’ discovered by scientists – Telegraph

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