Do you mean focal, segmental, generalized, Acrofacial or universal?
Maybe this would help?
Focal vitiligo: is an isolated macule or a few macules in a localized non-dermatomal distribution.
Segmental vitiligo: is characterized by macules in a unilateral dermatomal distribution. This type of disease usually pursues a stable course.
Generalized vitiligo: is the most common type showing macules in a generalized widespread distribution. There is often striking symmetry of affection and involvement of extensor surfaces. Face (particularly around the orifices), neck, bony prominences of hands, legs; axillae and mucosal surfaces are particularly affected.
Acrofacial vitiligo: affects distal end of fingers and facial orifices in circumferential pattern.
Universal Vitiligo: implies loss of pigment over the entire body surface area with only isolated islands of normal pigmentation remaining