When it comes to rocking your natural curls, it can be easy to fall into a styling rut. When we know something works well for our curls, our natural inclination is to do it often, which makes life easier on us! However, once in awhile it can be nice to break out of your normal routine with some fresh, new ideas for how to style your naturally curly hair. Here are a few of our favorites:
Twisted Updo: This look is great for the office, a date night or even a wedding and is great for our curlies with kinky coils. Create multiple different twists and braids, depending on your preferences and style. You can create different layers of twists, securing them in place to create texture and volume.
Bun With Braids: If there’s a look we love for our naturally curly girls, it’s braids! You can put a braid in and leave it for a few days, which is great for a low maintenance style. To get this look, part your curls, leaving a small section in the front free and a larger amount of curls in the back. Braid your fringe into a headband braid and tie the end. Create a big bun in the back of your head, and then twist the braid around it.
French Braided Bun: If loving braids and buns is wrong, we don’t want to be right! Create a tightly braided upside down French braid by flipping your curls over and braiding from the nape of your neck up to the crown. If you have longer curls, you should have plenty left over to create a loosely braided bun. Wrap the bun on the top of your head and pin into place. Picture 26
Curly Frohawk: Is there anything cooler than a mohawk? How about a frohawk, since you don’t have to commit to shaving the sides of your head! To get this ultra chic look, section your curls into three or four sections, depending on how thick and long they are. Tie your curls back into mini buns and puff as much a you prefer. You can puff your curls together to create one seamless look
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