Do you ever struggle to find unique and fun ways to style your curly hair? Spending your free time combing through Pinterest is no fun, so we've done some of the work for you. We broke down three tutorials to make it easy to pick a do-it-yourself style for your curly hair!
Double buns by The Find Guru: Find this style 3:36 minutes into the video. Divide your curls into two pieces, creating a straight part across the back of your head. Smooth the front portion upwards, gathering your curls into a ponytail. Tie your curls into a poofy bun on the top of your head. Repeat with the back portion of your curls. Adjust and style your buns to create volume and definition.
Half up, half down buns by AndreasChoice: Start with wet or damp hair. This style would be a good choice for the day you cleanse your curls. While hair is damp, apply your products to define your natural curls. Diffuse your curls or let them dry naturally. Once your curls are dry, section off the front portion of your hair, leaving the majority of your curls down to create volume. Gather the front portion into a ponytail and secure with a hair tie. Use a comb to backcomb the ponytail to create volume and lift in the bun you are going to make. Take the backcombed ponytail and wrap it around, using bobby pins to secure it in place. Backcomb the remaining curls that are loose, focusing primarily around the crown of your hair to create more volume. If your curls get frizzy during this process, use your favorite curl defining product to reform your curlies.
Curly hair braid by Hair Romance: Before braiding, do not brush your curls. This can create frizz, making your curls more difficult to work with. To create this look, divide your curls with a deep part to the left or right, whichever you prefer. Take a small section of your hair from the part, and split into three smaller sections. Cross the middle section under the left section to begin the braid. Once the braid is established, add hair in from the next section. Continue to develop the braid by picking up hair from the right section and incorporating it into the braid. Continue to braid parallel to your hairline, down along your forehead. Pick up hair from further back to begin turning the braid towards the back of your head. Switch to a basic braid to finish the look and secure with pins.
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