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Beauty: Curly Hair Styles

Curly haired girls are lucky! There are so many fun hair styles you can pull off by just adding a cute hair accessory, twisting it into a curly updo, a low ponytail or a messy side braid. Your hair texture is on your side, giving any hairstyle you try out that extra added volume and texture that straight haired girls don’t have naturally. We know the grass always seems greener but if you just embrace the natural texture of your hair, you’ll find that once you experiment a little, you’ll wonder why you ever straightened your hair in the first place!


Curly Haired Celebs

You’re in good company because so many of our favorite celebrities have natural and gorgeous curls! Taylor Swift pulls off the most creative hairstyles with her blonde curly locks, AnnaLynne McCord let’s her curly locks go au natural most of the time (and looks great), Vanessa Hudgens’ long dark locks always look amazing and we love it when Selena Gomez and Miley Cyrus let their curls down! Who do you think as the best curly hair styles? Check out our guide on how to pull off some cute curly hair styles easily at home!


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Low Ponytail

This style is super easy to do, we love how Miley Cyrus pulls it off with eveningwear! Simply wash and dry your hair with a diffuser. Put some mousse or styling creme in your hair before you blow dry to make sure your curls stay non-frizzy and separated when they dry. Once your hair is dry, simply gather it at the back of your neck into a loose ponytail and tie with a small elastic, leaving one long 1-inch think strand of your hair from the bottom loose. Take that strand and wrap it around your elastic a few times to cover it. Pin it with bobby pins to keep it in place.


Miley Cyrus, JOHN FRIEDA Frizz Ease Dream Curls Curl-Perfecting Spray, $5.99Miley Cyrus, JOHN FRIEDA Frizz Ease Dream Curls Curl-Perfecting Spray, $5.99

Side Bun

Taylor Swift loves to rock this look at parties and events. It’s super easy and looks amazing with curly hair. The best part is that it’s super easy! After shampooing your hair, carefully blot your hair dry. Keep the curls separate put some mousse or styling creme in it. Use your finger to individually finger curl some pieces to separate them even more. Once it’s dry, pull your hair to one side (right of left, whichever your prefer) and slowly twist into a messy bun. Once it’s in the place and shape you want, add bobby pins the same color as your hair to pin it in place. Spray with a generous amount of hairspray to set it.

Taylor Swift, REVLON hair diffuser, $9.99, GARNIER Sleek and Shine Anti Humidity hairspray, $3.49, CONAIR bobby pins, $1.89Taylor Swift, REVLON hair diffuser, $9.99, GARNIER Sleek and Shine Anti Humidity hairspray, $3.49, CONAIR bobby pins, $1.89

Side braid

The side braid looks awesome on naturally curly or wavy haired girls like Amanda Seyfried. It’s a great way to keep your hair off your face and tame it but look super cute and stylish at the same time. This style couldn’t be any easier. Just bring your hair to one side and braid it loosely - not too tight because you want it to look a bit messy and tousled and to show off the natural texture of your hair. Just tie the end with a small elastic and set with a bit of hairspray to set.


Amanda Seyfried, CLAIROL Volumizing hairspray, $3.39, Blax Hair Elastics, $3.99Amanda Seyfried, CLAIROL Volumizing hairspray, $3.39, Blax Hair Elastics, $3.99

Au Natural

The easiest way to jazz up your hair if you want to go au natural like Leighton Meester is just to add some great hair accessories like hairbands or clips. Curly or wavy hair is great for showing off hair accessories because the hair texture and added volume of your hair let’s the hair accessory grip onto the hair without falling out.


Leighton Meester, Floral headband, $4.80, Striped bow hair clips, $2.80 both at FOREVER21.comLeighton Meester, Floral headband, $4.80, Striped bow hair clips, $2.80 both at FOREVER21.com
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