Most women find curly hair very difficult to deal with and spend hours trying to make their tresses straight and smooth. This is quite absurd, as thick curly hair looks as beautiful as poker straight locks and keeping your hair natural is much better for it too. There are a lot of elegant hair styles that you can choose from and make your hair your crowning glory.
If you are worried about taking care of your hair, pick one of the simpler hair styles for curly hair that are low maintenance yet still look amazing. You can decide the perfect style based on how long your hair is, how frizzy it gets and how much time you can spend on its care and maintenance.
Choices Of Hair Styles For Curly Hair
Most women feel that hair styles for curly hair are limited to a few different cuts or styling effects, but in reality, curly hair is very versatile and naturally beautiful. If you need any proof of how natural curls are a blessing, just visit any beauty salon and count the number of women sitting with rollers on their heads.
For sexy and appealing hair, you need to get a style that matches the shape of your face, the texture of your hair, your personal style and the time needed for care. I’ve listed some tips here on finding the perfect hair style for your tresses:
- Facial Structure: If you have an oval face, you’re one of the lucky ones because any hair style will look good on you. For those of you with round faces, pick large soft curls as they will make your face look slimmer. If you have sharp bones or a square face, try gentle curls that frame your cheeks to make you look more feminine.
- Hair Texture: If your hair is normally in tight kinky curls or frizzes very often, keep it short so it is easier to handle. If you want to keep it longer, have it shaped around your face and neck and keep enough length so you can tie it up when you like. If you have larger curls, let them fall over your shoulders and back. For short hair, try to structure curls that cover your head and keep them pinned behind your ears for an elegant look.
- Personal Style: If you are normally laid back in your clothing and personality, a formal structured style would be entirely wrong for you. Also, if you are employed, your hairstyle needs to be versatile. Keeping curly hair tied up at work is a good idea and let your tresses go unbound when it’s party time!
- Maintenance: If you cannot spare much time to style your hair every day, you need a simple low-maintenance hairstyle. Layers are always a good choice and shorter hair is much easier to handle as long hair takes a lot more time to brush, style and set. If you have the time to take care of it, try one of the 80’s styles which are back in fashion.
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