Top Ten Hairstyles to Manage Curly Hair
Top Ten Hairstyles to Manage Curly HairYou have curls. They're a nightmare to manage, get into tangles after every shower and no matter what 'new hairstyles for curly hair' you try, two hours later they look like a bowl of ramen noodles on your head. But then you have never had to spend a dime on perms, curling irons or wet-look sprays to get that freshly showered look. Love it or hate it, they are a part of you and you almost do not recognize yourself in the mirror if you straighten your hair. So why spend hours trying to straighten it? Make most of your lovely natural hair with these simple steps.
Whether you have long hair or more excessive curls in a shorter length, layers work for both. Long layers leave the curls spread out not, while for shorter ones they keep the tangles away. It also helps in keeping the hair light by reducing volume in one spot, making it look bouncy.
If you need your curls to be more manageable, try to trim it down to a chin-height bob cut. Who says only those pin straight Asian hairstyles must work at that length?
You can also play up your curls. Cut them to just about shoulder length with an even height. Then use skinny curl rods to set your hair. Add a bit of volumizing spray and that's it!
Your natural curls can make you look like a Greek Goddess. Start from few inches above your hairline. Pull back the front part and tie it with a hair-band, halo or even few strands of your own hair in twins. Part the rest of the hair in front to two sides and let them fall on your shoulders. An off-shoulder dress to go with it, and watch those boys!
Easy and affordable! You can just take all your hair and tie it up in a messy bun. It needn't be perfect, a few strands falling off the back and side of your face makes it sexy and softens your facial features. One of the most effortless hairstyles for girls with curls
If those falling strands of hair bother you much, go for the neat up-do. Pull it all up from back and sides into a neat bun above your head. And if you want to get creative, just play with the knot of your bun.
Who said you can't combine the best of both worlds. Cut the front part of your hair to the length of bangs you need. Mildly straighten them, but let them still have a bit of their natural texture. Let the rest of the curls fall along the sides.
Remember those awful times when you wake up in the morning and your hair looks like a mess? Guess what? That is the trend for new hairstyles right now. Just wash them, and blow-dry just the ends so they don't tangle. Let the rest of it dry by itself and create the casual, messy look.
You may also wear your hair loose; separate them into a few strands and just touch up the ends with shining spray or some nourishing hair oil. Done!
Medium/ Shoulder-length cut
This works for almost all kinds of curly hair or hair with ringlets, especially if it is more wavy than curly. The idea again is to have hairstyles for girls not weighing their hair down with lot of curls, but keep it loose and easily manageable.