Curly hair is considered attractive and stylish and seems to be the desire of many women. For those who are not blessed with locks of curls, alternatives are available. Curly hairstyles have its benefits. Many hairstyles look better with curly hair than with any other type of hairstyle. Many up-dos look better with curls. Allowing your hair to lie in perfect ringlets hanging from your up-do provides and elegant and formal look that is desired by many.
Looking for a fun, curly hairstyle? Or maybe an elegant updo for your wedding? You’ll find thousands of photos of curly hair styles here for every occasion—from proms and weddings, to fabulous buns, braids and twists for every day.
the curlier the hair, the longer the layers should be. AnnaLynne McCord’s lioness mane is tamed with defined curls and tapered at the ends with layers.
Step 1: Apply a smoothing serum, and comb the middle section of your hair back.
Step 2: Blow dry hair with a diffuser, using your fingers to pull hair gently to preserve the natural texture as much as possible.
Step 3: Apply a curl cream to define pieces in the front and combat frizz that resulted from drying.
Step 4: Take a curling iron and identify some key spots around your face that you want to dress up, Curling just a few sections of hair will give you a nice mix of spirals and softness.
The way your hair looks on your wedding day is a very important aspect when it comes to your whole bridal look. Some brides prefer a simple hairdo that will give them that natural glow, while others for something sophisticated and very elaborate. The decision related to your hair is something that you should decide together with a hairstylist. You both need to find a style that suits you.
Hair Tips: This style works with naturally curly hair, but a curling iron can create the same effect for straight hair. Used both a medium and large barrel curling iron to form soft ringlets in various sizes and then ran her fingers through the hair to separate the strands into more delicate curls and to get the most natural look.
Long haircut is a very good selection for many facial shapes. Long hairstyles are hard to take care of and need extra attention to avoid dry, coarse hair & split ends. Try something new with your long hair style once in a while, beautiful updos, multiple pony tails, etc.
For women with curly hair. There are some romantic updos that I covet and that look good only on curly hair. After all, when one thinks “romantic updo,” the image conjured up in the mind is not a sleek chignon. It is curly hair pulled back and up. Just be careful with the tendrils, which can get too ’80s.
Medium to long layers are cut around the sides and back of this hairdo to balance out the body and volume thanks to the natural curls. This look is best suited for those with a natural kinks in their locks and is easy to maintain with regular trims every 4-6 weeks.
Choosing a style for those with curly hair is a bit more complicated than for those with straight hair. Curly hair requires more work than straight hair. Do the retro thing, then take it a step further—pull one side of your curls over to the opposite shoulder like Carrie Underwood did here. So pretty.
This medium length hairstyle is blow-waved smooth from root to tip with a little movement added to the ends for style and movement. This is great for those with medium length hair looking for a style with shape and softness. Styling Tip: Apply your smoothing shine to the top sections and then work it all the way down to the ends to soften this style.
Most curly-haired girls live in fear of their hair exploding into a frizzy mess. Share tips that’ll help you style your curly hair no matter what kind of cut you have:
Use a moisturizing conditioner when showering. To have the most flexibility when styling your hair, you want to inject as much moisture into your curly hair as possible, which will help soften the curls. It’s what you start with that’s going to set you up for a successful style.
Look for products that have olive oil, coconut oil, and other hydrating ingredients in them. When you hydrate the hair, it adds weight. Weight defines curls and makes it easier to manipulate them, while preventing them from exploding into frizz.
Apply product when hair is damp, right out of the shower, so that the product can dry with the hair and help neutralize the curls.
Blow dry your roots without the diffuser, then attach the diffuser for your ends, so that it doesn’t take hours to dry your hair.
This naturally curl mane has only long layers cut through the ends to encourage bounce and enhance body making it a great style for black women. This full and fancy hairdo is easy to maintain with regular trims and will need product for hold and shine. Styling Tip: This style is best re-created in naturally curly hair.
Styles ranging from the power and halo looks, to the famous Jason Donovan cut of the 80s. With a touch of old-Hollywood glamour, the suite of styles is set to make a stylish statement for both men and women. For women, the look is highly feminine and romantic. Whilst for men, there are distinctive waves and Tony Curtis-style quiffs for that retro appeal.
Get a layered pixie with longer layers in the front. Vanessa Hudgens took the plunge with a pair of scissors and emerged with a short crop that took some getting used to. Without the length, her natural wavy hair became curlier. For this style, with her natural curl and just used a blow dryer to smooth the front bangs.
Step 1: Apply a straightening cream to loosen the waves on damp hair.
Step 2: Using the force of the blow dryer, amp up the fluffy, natural texture of your hair.
Step 3: Blow dry your front layers with a flat paddle brush to smooth the bangs.
Step 4: Run your fingers through the back of your hair and lightly mist with a finishing spray.
There’s a strong line with lots of layering, which is what’s keeping the curls full and soft, but not looking like a pyramid. If it was one length, it would be too heavy at the bottom. So, layering is imperative with a bob.
Step 1: Run mousse through damp hair.
Step 2: Comb it into the style that you want.
Step 3: Blow dry hair with a diffuser, maintaining the shape.
Taylor Swift’s hairstyle is an easy transition for her naturally fluffy, wavy hair. This cut’s good for long, wavy hair that’s not too tight or curly. This cut could be dangerous and a bit of a commitment for those with curlier hair. To get this look:
Step 1: Apply a mousse with conditioning ingredients through damp hair, Using a mousse instead of a curling spray, because sprays can be too heavy and will cause hair to look overly coiled.
Step 2: Blow dry hair at the roots, then use a diffuser to blow dry the ends.
Step 3: Add a defining cream to your curls. You want to define the curls, but you want to let some of the natural texture come through.
Step 4: Wrap sections of hair around a large 1-inch barrel curling iron.
With her flowing, blonde curls, it’s no wonder AnnaLynne McCord scored a role as a California babe on 90210. Although she likes a blowout every now and then (hey, who doesn’t?), we love it when Anna rocks her natural, easy, breezy hair texture.
The long layers break up the hair, so that it doesn’t get too heavy on the bottom. Natural texture to create a more glamorous wave that’s modern enough and not the traditional “old Hollywood” style.
Step 1: Apply a leave-in straightening product to loosen the waves.
Step 2: Blow dry hair with a diffuser and use your fingers to stretch your hair while diffusing it.
Step 3: Brush through hair to loosen up the curls even more and get volume.
Curly hair left to its own devices can sometimes go a little haywire, but that doesn’t mean you can’t flaunt your natural ways.
While hair gel and mousse can help to promote volume and body, pomade will create definition and strike down all frizz. Using your finger, twist curls individually, coating each with a dab of pomade from root to tip. The process may seem rigorous, but hey, at least you don’t have to straighten!
Finish your mane off with a finishing shine spray followed by hairspray to hold the curls in place. If necessary, throw some bobby pins in that purse of yours in case a quick pullback is needed later in the day.
If you have naturally curly hair, you likely have suffered through frizzy days and lots of bad haircuts. You’ve probably straightened your hair with a flat iron and you may have tried to go short (and wished you hadn’t).
There are a few tricks to a great naturally curly hairstyle. Turns out you can wear your hair short, you can get a few bangs cut in and you don’t have to go to a curly hair specialist. The secret lies in getting a great haircut.
To DIY, just grab the top half of your hair and pull it back as you smooth it with your hands. Secure it with a barrette or an elastic that matches your hair color. For boing-y curls like Tracee Ellis Ross’s, apply a definer to damp hair and twirl sections around your fingers while you diffuse it. To protect curls while you’re sleeping, use a satin pillowcase, cotton sheets can rob the hair of moisture.
Probably the most common mistake that stylists make with curly hair is pulling on each section too much and stretching it out during the cut, only to find that the shape looks very different from what was intended when the curls bounce back. The ‘secret’ to creating beautiful and accurate curls is to cut the hair with very little tension. Any experienced and skilled stylist will know this.
Note: If you wear your hair curly and let it air dry, keep the layers on top of the head longer. Why? Curly hair dries tighter than it would if you blow dry it daily using a diffuser or drying it straight.
Alison Brie plays an innocent college girl on Community, but this red-carpet look proves she’s all woman in real life. Take a cue from her—with smoldering, side-swept curls, who needs a necklace?
Of course, Texas-born-and-bred Beyoncé knows a thing or two about big hair. Could she run the world with this plumped-up curly look? We vote yes!
A medium hairstyle is unstructured, free-flowing and easy-going. It’s the kind of hairstyle you’d wear to the mall, a walk in the park, or perhaps if you were heading over to your friend’s house for some takeout and a movie. It may be daring, or plain and simple in design.
You must consider the amount of time you will have to spend on your hair each morning. The choice for your curly hairstyle should be based on your schedule and lifestyle. With the right cut, styling curly hair can be easy. If you dry hair, use a diffuser, but the best way to let curly hair dry is to air dry. Simply cup and squeeze curls in the palm of your hand every 15 minutes until hair is dried.
Casual hairstyles are popular again this year for prom. I think any prom hairstyle you choose should match your personality and if you are casual, carefree and fun, one of these styles may just be for you. Curly hair is often more prone to split ends than straight hair. Part of your routine should include scheduling regular appointments with your hairstylist for a trim.
To get your hair in tip-top updo shape to get a messy prom hairstyles, you need to make your hair texturized in some way, so you hair doesn’t slip out of its updo. To do this, you’ll need some sort of styling spray, perhaps dry shampoo and a lot of pins and hairspray.
To give hair extra fullness, apply a body-boosting product to damp roots before diffusing or air-drying. When your hair is dry, use a rattail comb to lift up your roots even more. Craving more volume like Emmy Rossum’s hairstyle? Gently tease your curls. Or fake spirals with a skinny curling iron, then blast hair with hairspray.
Instead of pulling your hair into a sleek bun, ride the waves of your curly hair and let them hang a little loose. Pull your hair into an updo that is not too high nor too low on your head. If your curls are a little frizzy, smooth them into shape or touch them up with a curling iron.
Maintain in mind to style the hair waves from around ear length for very best results and enable the hair on top of the head to fall beautifully straight. You are able to develop the wavy hairstyles look utilizing diverse hair styling tools on all hair sorts for instance a round hair styling brush, a triple barrel hair waver, a flat iron, a curling iron or by braiding the hair. Decide on the method which you feel most comfortable with and generate a fabulous medium length wavy hairstyles.
The hairstyles can vary from shoulder length graduated layers, to heavy one length looks, and even messy uniform layer cuts. When curls are natural or even artificial (permed hair), casual medium curly hairstyles are quick to create since the curls and cut determine the shape the hairstyles form. Styling generally requires some product, typically liquid gels in various forms and strengths, to keep the hair settled and styled. Curls have a soft look about them due to their curved nature and soft appearance to the eye. The medium length of this hairstyle enables you to pull/tie it back, getting it out of the way or dressing it up more formally.
It keeps it sexy, instead of just one heavy length. When you don’t have layers, you have a bohemian, heavy look. This style isn’t about being neat, but about creating free, movable hair. Here are her tips on how to get this look:
Step 1: Apply a leave-in conditioner to damp hair.
Step 2: Spritz a tousling spray to enhance your waves.
Step 3: Blow dry with a diffuser.
Step 4: Wind small sections of hair around a medium barrel curling iron if you want your hair to look super-polished. Shake out the curls with your hands, then spritz with hairspray.
Getting ready for school doesn’t have to take hours—save some primping time by pulling curls up into a high center ponytail. It’s simple, chic and fast. For a pouf like Kate Beckinsale’s, gently tug some hair out in the front after you make the tail.