Here's How to Know If Your Hair Is Curly or Wavy (2023)

If your hair is not naturally straight, but you also don't have kinky hair or tightly coiled hair, you might have wondered "Is my hair curly or wavy?" Read on to learn how to tell which curl type or wave pattern your hair has — plus, find out about the best products for hydrating and nourishing curly and wavy hair.

Meet the Four Types of Hair

The four basic hair types are:

  • Straight (without using heat styling, like a flat iron)
  • Wavy
  • Curly
  • Coily

However, your hair type has less to do with the strands of hair itself and more to do with your hair follicles. Hair expert Quia Querisma explained that your hair type is determined by the shape of the actual hair follicle as it grows from beneath the skin. "Round follicles cause straight hair, slightly curved ones cause wavy hair, oval follicles cause curly hair and coily hair is caused by elliptical and nearly flat follicles," she said.

So why is curly hair different from straight hair? And how can you determine if your hair is curly or wavy?

Shop: HYDR-8 Collection

Popular Products

15x Hydration

hair wellness

HYDR-8 Essentials Kit

$102.00

Add to bag

15x Hydration

hair wellness

GRO and Repair Kit

$169.00

Add to bag

15x Hydration

hair wellness

(Video) Find Out Your True Hair Type with This Simple Test

GRO and Protect Kit

$92.00

Add to bag

Why Curly Hair Is Different

It's easy to think of straight hair and just one type of hair — straight. With curly hair, however, there are many different curl types and wavy hair is kind of a middle ground.

"Curly hair comes in many forms and can include large or small corkscrews or even S-shapes," Querisma said. "Wavy hair falls between naturally straight hair and curly hair, causing large or small undulating curves that don't curl onto themselves."

Curly Hair vs. Wavy Hair

Beauty expert, Gwenda Harmon shared the technical differences between curly hair and wavy hair. "The main difference between wavy hair and curly hair is the shape and size of the individual curls," she said. "Wavy hair has soft s-shaped curves. How deep the wave goes defines whether they are 2a, 2b or 2c; 2a has a very loose S wave, 2b has a medium wave, and 2c has deep waves."

Curly hair will maintain its shape most of the time, regardless of styling techniques. "You can finger-coil curls no matter their diameter, but natural waves don't respond to finger-coiling," Querisma explained.

Harmon added that curly hair tends to have tighter ringlets. "In terms of types, 3a curls are very soft, large curls; 3b curls are medium springy, bouncy locks, 3c curls resemble more tightly-packed and smaller curls than 3b," she said.

How to Help Bring Out the Best in Wavy Hair

Because wavy hair requires a bit of extra attention to bring out its truest form, there are a few things you can do to achieve defined waves.

"After shampooing and conditioning your hair, gather the wet hair and scrunch it into a towel as you tilt your head to either side," Querisma advised. "As it air dries, your natural texture will start to appear. If it's more of a long S-shape, then your hair is wavy. If you’re seeing spirals or ringlets, then your hair is curly."

See: What to Know About Hair Structure and Composition

Curly and Wavy Hair Need More Care

Because curly hair and wavy hair have a rounder curl pattern than a straight strand of hair, your hair's natural conditioning oils (sebum) take longer to reach the tip of the strand. For this reason, curly and or wavy locks of hair need more moisture.

"Curly hair is more prone to dryness because its natural shape makes it harder for the natural oils generated by your scalp to travel down the hair shaft," Querisma said. "A gentle hydrating shampoo and conditioner will help give curls a moisture boost. It's best to be mindful of your hair density to ensure that the products you choose aren't too heavy for your fine hair though. Curls and waves are also not a wash-and-go look. The best finishes are achieved through careful product selection, application and gentle scrunching before diffusing with a blow dryer."

You can use products like hair gel and curl cream to help your curly or wavy hair look its best. However, if you don't like blow-drying your curls with a diffuser attachment, there's the plopping method, which consists of letting your hair air dry while wrapped in a cotton T-shirt or microfiber towel. You will apply products like leave-in conditioner to provide extra moisture and help avoid frizz before wrapping your hair.

Also: 10 Ways You're Washing Your Hair Wrong

If You're Still Baffled About Your Hair Type

If you're still unsure about what type of hair you have, here are couple of ways you can test it.

The Pencil Test

"Slide a pencil down a single strand of dampened hair from top to bottom," Harmon said. "A smooth line indicates straight strands, some bumps mean slight waves and crunchy texture identifies tight curls."

Wet Hair Test

"Wet your hair thoroughly and then look down at your hair," Harmon explained. "Water reveals your true hair structure. See if it's curling into waves or ringlets and identify which curl you have."

Find Out: What's Your Hair Texture and Type?

(Video) Your FINE FRIZZY hair is WAVY/CURLY and you have no idea…

Hydrate and Nourish Your Curls and Waves

One of the best ways you can nourish curly and wavy hair is by using hydrating products that will keep your curls in shape. Curly and wavy hair are naturally thirstier than straight hair, so hydration and moisturizing is key.

"To maintain the health of your hair, it is essential to invest in quality products that are designed for the specific needs of curly or wavy hair strands and textures," Harmon said. "A good shampoo should contain ingredients designed to help control humidity and define curls. A sulfate-free shampoo will help avoid stripping away any natural oils."

Wavy and curly hair are drier than other hair types, so they require a bit more care on wash days. VEGAMOUR HYDR-8 Shampoo and Conditioner are a perfect option for both wavy and curly hair. This all-natural, vegan, color-safe duo is perfect for all hair types and will cleanse and hydrate hair without stripping it of its protective oils or drying it out.

Here's How to Know If Your Hair Is Curly or Wavy (5)

Both formulas are enhanced with Karmatin™ (the first-of-its-kind vegan keratin) as well as aloe vera, magnolia bark extract, marula oil, marunga seed oil and murumuru seed butter to help seal in hydration, reduce frizz, enhance shine and support a healthy scalp.

Here's How to Know If Your Hair Is Curly or Wavy (6)

Harmon also recommended applying a deep conditioner treatment. Our HYDR-8 Deep Moisture Repair Mask containing Karmatin™, milk thistle, marula oil and marunga seed oil for an extra boost of hydration, while reducing frizz and promoting shine. Swap out your regular conditioner for this hydrating mask once or twice a week to help waves and curls appear bouncy and lustrous.

Here's How to Know If Your Hair Is Curly or Wavy (7)

Other tips for caring for curly or wavy hair include using a wide-tooth comb when detangling your hair and avoiding brushing your curls when your hair is dry. "Only brush your hair when wet, as curly hair is fragile and can easily break when dry," Harmon cautioned.

Read: 26 Hair Wellness Tips From Experts

The Takeaway

If your hair isn't defined by tight coils or tight corkscrews, and you're trying to determine what your hair texture or curl pattern is, here's a quick summary. If your hair curls without your doing much to it, it's likely that your hair texture is curly. If your hair tends to fall flat without some scrunching or product, then your hair texture might be wavy.

Curly and wavy hair needs a bit more hydration and moisture to help you avoid dry hair or frizzy hair. One way you can achieve this is by making sure you're not overwashing your hair and stripping it of its natural oils. You should also use hydrating hair products specifically designed to impart moisture and reduce frizz. Give your curly or wavy hair some extra TLC and you'll soon see the difference!

More From VEGAMOUR

  • How to Hydrate Curly Hair
  • How the "Squish to Condish" Technique Can Benefit Your Hair
  • Should You Sleep With Wet Curly Hair?

Photo credit: Gabriella Ally/Pexels

Here's How to Know If Your Hair Is Curly or Wavy (8)

Author

Erin Shaw

Author

Erin Shaw

Erin Shaw is a Los Angeles-based writer and author. She has been writing about beauty, health, food, travel and lifestyle for more than a decade. Previously, her work has been featured in publications such as LA Confidential, Daily Candy, Fathom, and HelloGiggles! Erin released her debut novel, "Party Girl: A Modern Fairytale" in 2014 and her second, "Have Baggage, Will Travel" in 2020. Her third novel, "My Sister's Passport" is in production and expected for a 2024 release. When Erin is not writing or blogging you might find her hiking with her dog Lulu.

(Video) REACTING TO CURLY HAIR TIKTOK VIDEOS... well this is embarrassing

Erin recommends

Here's How to Know If Your Hair Is Curly or Wavy (9)

GRO Revitalizing Shampoo and Conditioner Kit

4.6

Rated 4.6 out of 5 stars

750 Reviews

Buy now

Disclaimer: Information in this article is intended for general informational and entertainment purposes only. It is not intended to constitute medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek professional medical advice from your physician.

(Video) THEY DIDN’T KNOW THEIR HAIR WAS WAVY (wavy hair tutorial)

FAQs

Here's How to Know If Your Hair Is Curly or Wavy? ›

Curly hair strands cluster together and wind around themselves in a spiral or looser curl shape. This texture needs plenty of moisture to encourage a defined pattern, but a little frizz can give it personality. Wavy hair is when strands curve or form an "S" shape. Straight is when strands go straight up and down.

How can I tell if I have wavy or curly hair? ›

Hair Texture

If it dries straight without a bend or curl, then you have straight hair (or type 1 hair as it is commonly referred to). If it dries with a slight curve or “S” shape, then it's considered wavy hair (type 2). If your hair dries with a defined curl or loop pattern, you have one of two curl types.

Does wavy hair count as curly? ›

Although curly hair and wavy hair hairstyles are thought by many people to be the same, wavy hair is actually a type of curly hair. Curly types and wavy types of hair differ in curl tightness, thickness and textures.

How do you tell how curly your hair is? ›

"Your curl type is determined by the shape of the follicle that your hair grows out of from your scalp," says hairstylist Vernon François. "The flatter or more oval-shaped the follicle, the curlier your hair; the more circular the cross-section, the straighter your hair.

Is 2C hair curly or wavy? ›

Like all type 2 hair, 2c hair is wavy, but that often feels like a technicality. Your S-bend hair is thick and the waves start at the roots. If you've ever been confused about whether your hair is wavy or curly, it's likely you have the 2c hair type.

How can I tell if my hair is naturally curly? ›

Your wet hair naturally forms into waves and ringlets.

Next time you wash your hair, wet it thoroughly and then step out of the water. Look down at your hair, and see if it's curling into waves and ringlets. If it is, you're probably a curly girl. Water resets your hair to its natural state.

What hair is considered wavy? ›

Wavy hair, also known as type 2 hair, can be split into three different subtypes: 2A, 2B, and 2C. It is the hair type that sits in between straight and curly hair. Its pattern ranges from loose loops to 'S' shaped waves. What makes it different from the other hair types is the curls' shape.

At what point is hair considered curly? ›

Curly hair strands cluster together and wind around themselves in a spiral or looser curl shape. This texture needs plenty of moisture to encourage a defined pattern, but a little frizz can give it personality. Wavy hair is when strands curve or form an "S" shape. Straight is when strands go straight up and down.

How rare is curly and wavy hair? ›

Notably, African hair is more coiled and dry; Asian hair is straighter and thicker; and Caucasian hair is somewhere in between with around 45% having straight hair, 40% having wavy hair, and 15% having curly hair.

What determines straight wavy and curly hair? ›

Your hair type is also determined by the shape of your hair follicle. If your follicles are symmetrical, or round in shape, your hair will be straight. If your follicles are asymmetrical, or more oval in shape, your hair will be wavy or curly.

Do I have frizzy or curly hair? ›

“It can be tricky! But the best way to tell is by looking at the shape of your hair closer to the scalp. Hair that is wavy tends to have S-shaped strands, either tight or loose, and usually lays closer to the head. Curly hair has more corkscrew pattern and the curls have more 'lift' from the scalp.

How do you show natural curls? ›

Air dry or diffuse your hair instead of blowing it out.

It's better to let your curls air dry or diffuse on a low setting so your hair retains its bounce and stays hydrated. Finger-comb your curls section by section, then let them air dry so they stay bouncy and sleek.

What does unhealthy curly hair look like? ›

Stringy, straight ends and looser curl patterns. These sorts of noticeable changes in texture can be a red flag. Excessive heat is usually the culprit, but bleach/color damage, dryness or over-manipulation can be contributing factors as well.

What is 2A vs 2B vs 2C hair? ›

Wavy Hair can be classified by three curl types; 2A - A slight wave to your hair. 2B - Medium Wave form in the hair. 2C - Wavy hair that starts to form ringlets, especially when hydrated (wet) and styled correctly.

Is 1C considered wavy? ›

1C hair is straight but thick and coarse. It has a natural tousled look and tends to frizz. Type 2 is wavy hair. Wavy hair follicles tend to have an “S” shape.

What do 3C curls look like? ›

3C hair is the curliest of the type 3 curly hair pattern. And since type 4 hair is considered coily instead of curly, type 3C hair is the curliest of curly hair. If you have 3C curls, your curls have the width of a pencil and are shaped like corkscrew-like ringlets. Type 3C hair is also very dense and full of volume.

Is it possible to have curly hair and not know it? ›

Turns out that it's possible for natural curls to fly completely under the radar if the hair isn't being treated the way it needs to be. Once I learned to stop dry-brushing and picked up all the proper scrunching and plopping methods, my hair sprung to life. And I'm not the only one this has happened to.

What does wavy hair look like when wet? ›

If your hair is wavy, it will appear straight when wet and will shrink about 10 percent in length as it dries. If it falls in the curly category, it will look wavy when it's wet and it'll shrink about 25 percent in length when it's dry.

Why is my hair naturally curly but won't curl? ›

That loss of curl you're seeing could be down to broken bonds within the hair shaft. These play a big role in the shape and structure of hair strands, but when locks are over processed, bonds can change due to chemical damage.

What does type 2C hair look like? ›

The 2C hair type is characterized by loose, “S”-shaped spirals that start at the root and continue all the way down the hair strand. The “S” shape is more pronounced than other type 2 subcategories, but the curls are not as defined as type 3 or 4 hair.

Do I have 2B or 2C hair? ›

2B hair consists of 'S' shaped waves in the lengths, but sits relatively straight at the roots. 2C hair has even more defined 'S' shaped curls that start from the root and continue down the lengths of the hair. Once you've identified you have wavy hair, you should also explore your hair's porosity.

Should you brush wavy hair? ›

Never dry brush wavy hair. It causes tension, which not only disrupts your wave patten but can also lead to damage such as breakages. The best time to brush wavy hair is when it's wet with conditioner in. Start by detangling with your fingers before using a gentle hair brush or wide tooth comb.

How rare is my curly hair? ›

Lots of traits are statistically rare: Left-handedness (just 10 percent of the population!), curly hair (11 percent!), and blond hair (4 percent!), to name a few.

Does hair stay curly as you age? ›

As you get older, your curls may drop, loosen, or even form new curl patterns due to hormonal changes, like menopause. Environmental factors such as gravity, climate, and pollution also play a part. The thinner and weaker your aging curly hair is, the less likely it is to actually curl.

Is curly hair seen as attractive? ›

According to DevaCurl, over 65% of the population has curly or wavy hair. The attractiveness of curly hair is proven by this statistic alone. Curly haired people have been attracting mates every since the first curly hair spring out of the first round head countless generations ago.

What is the rarest hair texture? ›

Type 1A hair is very straight and fine, with no waves or curls whatsoever. This hair type tends to get very oily and requires frequent shampooing. It is the rarest hair type and is common among women of Asian descent.

What ethnicity does curly hair come from? ›

The story of human migration and evolution is written in hair DNA. In sub-Saharan Africa, genes favour tight, curly hair. But in east Asia, mutations have led to straighter, thicker hair. In Europe, other mutations brought wavy and straw-coloured hair.

What is the rarest curl pattern? ›

Coily Curls

The last, but most rare type of curl is the coily curl. This curl type is similar to that of an afro and when observed carefully, looks like the angular letter 'Z'. These curls require the most amount of moisture, as the hair type is much thicker than the other curl types.

Do babies get their hair from mom or dad? ›

Phenotype – This refers to the visible traits that manifest as a result of your child's DNA sequences. So your child's blond hair may be one of his physical traits inherited from Father, but he may also have the genes for brown hair, thanks to Mom.

Which parent determines hair type? ›

Both of your parents give you two pieces of genetic information, called alleles, that determine what your hair type will be. The two alleles from your biological father combine with two alleles from your biological mother, giving you four in all.

Does hair come from mom or dad? ›

One popular myth is that hair loss in men is passed down from the mother's side of the family while hair loss in women is passed down from the father's side; however, the truth is that the genes for hair loss and hair loss itself are actually passed down from both sides of the family.

Why is my hair frizzy but straight but curly? ›

Some people have naturally curly hair, which is drier because the natural oils produced by your scalp can't travel down the hair shaft as well as it can on straight hair. As a result, they have some natural frizz, which is most noticeable when individual hairs don't bond together to create a defined curl.

Why is my hair curly but always frizzy? ›

Dryness and dehydration causing your hair to absorb excess moisture. Curly and wavy hair is more prone to dryness, which means it's more prone to frizz. When your hair is dry, frizz can happen when it absorbs moisture from the environment.

Why is the back of my hair curly but the front is straight? ›

It's very normal to have a mix of curl patterns on the same head of hair. It starts with your genetics. You see, the gene for curly hair is not completely dominant. It can remain dormant until activated and then it changes the shape of the hair follicle which changes the hair that grows from it.

How do I activate my curls? ›

Here's how to get the curls of your dreams.
  1. Keep your curls moisturized with shampoo and conditioner for curly hair. ...
  2. Combat humidity with a frizz-fighting serum. ...
  3. Air dry and define your curls. ...
  4. Boost your natural curl pattern with a styling spray. ...
  5. Tame frizzy flyaways.

Why aren't my curls defined? ›

If your curls tend to look inconsistent - defined in some places, frizzy in others - you may not be using enough gel or styling cream to coat every strand. Try dividing hair into four sections (nape of neck, crown of head, and both sides) and then applying product to ensure you don't miss a single curl.

Is it bad to put curly hair in a bun? ›

Keeping curls up

Wearing ponytails or buns throughout the week can alter the definition of your curls permanently, so it's important to let strands be loose as much as possible—that way, curls will stay intact for days to come. Sleeping with a silk pillowcase can help too.

Does curly hair look better wet or dry? ›

If you look in the mirror after a steamy shower and love the look of your frizz-free curls then, wet styling may work better for you. If you prefer the look of your curls when they've had some time to dry, then damp styling is probably a better bet.

Why does curly hair look so much better? ›

Curls adds volume to your hair effortlessly, and you never have to worry about it being flat, limp and lifeless like those with straight hair. Even on days when you straighten your curls, there is always going to be that little amount of volume that will make others go green with envy.

What does type 3A hair look like? ›

What is 3A Hair? The 3A hair type is characterized by loose, “S”-shaped spirals about the diameter of a piece of sidewalk chalk. Type 3A ringlets begin at the root, but this hair type is also prone to uneven curl distribution.

What does 2A curls look like? ›

Type 2A waves are loose and lax S-shaped waves and can sometimes be hard to determine if not styled properly. At the root, this curly type may be straight, but the shaft and/or ends of the hair have a slight bend that creates the wave.

Is there a Type 5 hair? ›

If your hair is undeniably curly (like tight corkscrew curls) with defined S-shapes forming into coils, you have type 5 hair. If you're unsure whether or not your hair falls under the type 5 umbrella, Brown says curls should stretch with immediate spring back.

Is 3A hair curly or wavy? ›

Type 3a hair is characterized by well-defined spiral curls that are typically the size of a piece of sidewalk chalk. Although the circumference of 3a curls is wider than that of 3b and 3c hair, it can be difficult to tell the three curl types apart.

Is wavy hair 2A or 2B? ›

Type 2: Wavy Hair

Type 2A hair is fine and thin with individual strands forming an “S” shape when dry. It is easy to use styling products to curl or straighten Type 2A hair. Type 2B hair is wavy and slightly frizzier than Type 2A hair. When dry, individual strands create an “S” shape with some frizz.

What do 1C curls look like? ›

Your hair lies flat from the roots before taking on a few arcs here and there in the mid-body and underbrush (these bends are more pronounced and greater in number than that of type 1b hair) The bends in your hair are a vague imitation of type 2's S-shape waves. Your hair ends tend to curl inward toward your chin.

What do 3B curls look like? ›

What is 3B Hair? If you have the 3B hair type, your curls are likely big, bouncy, and voluminous. The “S”-shaped curls are usually about the circumference of your index finger or a sharpie marker and may vary between tight spirals and loose waves.

What do 1b curls look like? ›

Let's talk about the features of type 1b hair: Generally straight from the roots to the ends, but with some subtle bends mid-body, finished off with gently curled ends. Shiny and sleek (just like type 1a hair) Mostly fine hair strands interspersed with a few coarse fibers.

What do Type 4 curls look like? ›

Type 4 (Coily)

Coily hair, commonly referred to as Afro-textured or kinky hair, is naturally very dry and spongy in texture and can be soft and fine or coarse and wiry. Strands form very tight, small curls of zig-zags right from the scalp and are prone to major shrinkage.

Why is my hair wavy but curly? ›

It's very normal to have a mix of curl patterns on the same head of hair. It starts with your genetics. You see, the gene for curly hair is not completely dominant. It can remain dormant until activated and then it changes the shape of the hair follicle which changes the hair that grows from it.

What does wavy hair look like wet? ›

If your hair is wavy, it will appear straight when wet and will shrink about 10 percent in length as it dries. If it falls in the curly category, it will look wavy when it's wet and it'll shrink about 25 percent in length when it's dry.

What is type 2 wavy hair? ›

Type 2 hair is wavy and falls between straight and curly hair. It has an “S” shape, is thicker than Type 1 hair, and is not as oily. It can range from loose loops to thick, coarse S-shaped waves.

What kinda hair do I have? ›

Hair structure

Take a piece of hair in between your fingers and rub it back and forth. If you don't feel anything, your hair type is considered fine. If you can feel the hair in between your fingers your hair type is medium. If your hair feels thick in between your fingers , then your hair type is coarse.

How do you activate natural curls? ›

Here's how to get the curls of your dreams.
  1. Keep your curls moisturized with shampoo and conditioner for curly hair. ...
  2. Combat humidity with a frizz-fighting serum. ...
  3. Air dry and define your curls. ...
  4. Boost your natural curl pattern with a styling spray. ...
  5. Tame frizzy flyaways.

Is wavy hair thick or thin? ›

Wavy hair is thicker than straight hair, and the texture falls in between straight and curly. It's also not overly oily, but not overly dry. The hair strands are curved in an “S” shape. 2A: This hair type has a slight bend to it—think beach waves.

Is wavy hair dry or oily? ›

Over-washing curly hair can strip away the natural oils your hair needs to stay shiny and healthy-looking. Because curly and wavy hair is naturally drier than straight hair, shampooing once a week is enough to clean without stripping away too much moisture.

Why is my wavy hair frizzy when wet? ›

Dry, thirsty hair is in search of moisture, which leads to flyaways and frizzy hair even when wet. Hair can be dry from damage, improperly moisturizing it, and harsh surfactants. Harsh sulfates to avoid: Sodium Lauryl Sulfate.

Is my hair 2A or 2B or 2C? ›

2A - A slight wave to your hair. 2B - Medium Wave form in the hair. 2C - Wavy hair that starts to form ringlets, especially when hydrated (wet) and styled correctly.

How do you know if your hair is 2B or 2C? ›

  1. Type 2A hair grows straight at the crown and creases toward the end. ...
  2. Type 2B hair grows straight, but starts forming medium to large S-shaped waves at the crown (think beach waves).
  3. Type 2C waves are usually identified as small to medium size waves that form into a letter S shape as they grow.
Jul 10, 2020

What does Type 3 hair look like? ›

Type 3 hair is a curly hair texture with a definitive 's' pattern. They are also spiral curls, ranging from loose and bouncy loops to tight and springy textures similar to corkscrews. The hair follicles are oval, resulting in each strand's curl.

Videos

1. How everybody can get curly hair
(Moritz Dim)
2. Using the Bowl Method to Help Define My Waves (Quick Version)
(Sophie Marie)
3. THE DO’S ✅ AND DON’TS ❌ OF WAVY/CURLY HAIR ! #shorts
(IndiaBatson)
4. OLD vs NEW curly wavy hair routine!
(Curly Wavy Patty)
5. How To LOOSEN Curly Hair NATURALLY | No Chemicals
(Demetrios Levi)
6. How To Get Curly Hair in 5 Minutes | Black Men and Women
(King Bril)
Top Articles
Latest Posts
Article information

Author: Otha Schamberger

Last Updated: 02/22/2023

Views: 6746

Rating: 4.4 / 5 (55 voted)

Reviews: 94% of readers found this page helpful

Author information

Name: Otha Schamberger

Birthday: 1999-08-15

Address: Suite 490 606 Hammes Ferry, Carterhaven, IL 62290

Phone: +8557035444877

Job: Forward IT Agent

Hobby: Fishing, Flying, Jewelry making, Digital arts, Sand art, Parkour, tabletop games

Introduction: My name is Otha Schamberger, I am a vast, good, healthy, cheerful, energetic, gorgeous, magnificent person who loves writing and wants to share my knowledge and understanding with you.