@zeli_ achieved this fab style with flat twists and bantu knots - love it!
The natural hair typing guide that most people refer to isn’t concrete and misses a lot of naturals with varying curl types, so unfortunately I can’t tell you what your curl type is (especially since I can’t see it). Although you might not be able to type your hair by curl pattern, it’s usually fairly certain whether you can tell if you hair falls under the wavy, curly, or kinky texture. Even if you’re a mixture of all three, most curly products are aimed at all of the characteristics.
Aside from your curl pattern, what matters most when taking care of your hair is your volume, strands (thin or thick), hair type (soft or coarse), and your hair porosity. These will help you to determine which products you will need to use to manage your natural hair.
Going back to natural can be a difficult process and people have their ups and downs along the journey. I can’t say if it will be difficult for you personally to manage your varying curl types, but most naturals (including myself) have more than one curl types and have learned to manage just fine. It may not always be easy, but returning to your natural hair and accepting your hair for what it is can be a very rewarding experience.
Hope this helps :)