Curls can stack and create volume with a portion swept to one side and tucked behind the ear on the other.
Curtain bangs add volume to curly hair easily. Pull them forward to highlight them or tuck them into longer curls for a more subdued look.
Curlies are our ideal pixie. Elegant but easygoing. This mane swears by Bb. Curl Anti-Humidity Gel Oil for volume and frizz freedom.
By adding bangs to a short bob, gorgeous, natural curls are highlighted and a loose frame is created around the face.
A simple twist secured to one side will keep hair away from the face while allowing curls to cascade naturally.
A simple half-up style works for curly "Carrie Bradshaw" hair. A simple bar clip adds elegance without being difficult.
Beginning at your temples, braid two short sections of hair and fasten with clear elastics. Wrap two braids around the base of a low ponytail.
The shag is the strongest return, and your curls will love it. Utilizes natural curl. Choppier bangs are charming and edgy.
This is the easiest for short blonde curly hair. Top half of hair in ponytail, twist into bun, and fasten with bobby pins or hair tie.
This design is versatile for day and night. Make three or four little ponytails, flip them over, and tuck them through each other to create twists before bundling.