Are you growing out your curls? Or perhaps you already have long strands, but have fallen into a bit of a rut when it comes to styling. If so, you've come to the right place. Taking care of and styling long curly hair doesn't have to be a burden. Instead, your door is open for tons of great opportunities and options when it comes to caring for your strands. Here are some amazing styles for long curly hair. Give these styles a look through and see if any resonate with you. If you find one you love, don't forget to let us know in the comments.
Face framing layers:
One of the best ways to update your look, and allow your natural strands to shine is to have your stylist create face framing layers. Layers will remove the weight from your curls, as well as discard any dead ends or damage. Nothing is more stylish than strong healthy curls. Layers also gives you extra ways to style your strands. For example, you can pull strands down to soften a look, pull your curls half up, or create loose, boho chic looks.
No matter what you might hear about where a part should be from TikTok, deep side parts are a classically amazing style for curly hair. Creating a deep side part allows you to showcase your gorgeous natural texture. It also helps create more volume and lift for your strands, so you'll find your hair looks fuller. You can swap sides that you part your curls on as well to create some visual interest.
The days of straightening your fringe are over, and it's time to embrace your naturally curly bangs! In the last year, celebs like Taylor Swift have been embracing their naturally curly fringes, and rocking bangs without hitting those strands with the flat iron. Depending on how thick your curls are, you can ask your stylist for really any kind of fringe that works for you. Across the forehead is a very flattering look for most people, and if you ask for a longer length, you can pin it back. Remember, curls are prone to shrinkage. To avoid having your curls bounce up too short after a cut, request your stylist cut your bangs dry so you can see exactly how much length you'll be getting.