5 different ways to style naturally curly hair
From the article : 5 different ways to style naturally curly hair
Though curly hair might not be the easiest hair type to manage, it can be downright beautiful. We've put together five very different styles for curly-haired girls... enough for any occasion!
Edgy yet easy-going, this look has a whole lot of youthful attitude to it. With mid-length hair, use a Advanced Hairstyle TXT IT Tousle Waves Spray to create this piecey, surfer-girl style. Pull the front layers slightly over your bangs so the hair falls in an I-don't-care (but I look great) way.
Don't give into frustration with your curls - make the most of your natural volume by blow-drying your hair upside down, then scunch some Advanced Hairstyle CURVE IT Elastic Curl Mousse into your locks. Gently tease small sections to gradually build up the volume. You'll end up with a style that's perfect for a night out, or any time you really want to stand out from the straight-haired crowd!
Date night chic
Don't reach for your flat iron just because you've got a date. Instead, opt for a sexy, over the shoulder style that makes the most of your natural texture. Start with a side-part then sweep your hair over one side. Comb the other side flat, then use plenty of hairspray to hold everything in place. Use bobby pins if you want the extra security.
This could very easily become your go-to hairstyle for any fancy occasion, be it a trip to the theatre or dinner with the in-laws. Simply part your hair on one side, then roll your hair up and in under itself, fixing your it in place with bobby pins. Keep some on you just in case, but a spritz of Advanced Hairstyle LOCK IT Bold Control Hairspray should be enough to make this vintage-inspired look last throughout the evening.
If you love your curls, but wish they could be a bit tamer from time to time, go for some classy glossy ringlets. Forget their reputation of being childlike, these curls would be a great look for work. Use plenty of serum, a curling, and a whole lot of hairspray.
See - curly girls can have (hair)style!