Easy, On-The-Go Hairstyles for Curly-Haired Women

Curly hair is undoubtedly beautiful, but it is also difficult to manage. If you have curly hair, then you know exactly what I’m talking about. It can stick out whimsically or get extremely voluminous. Some would go to great lengths to process and straighten their bodacious manes. But instead of trying to tame those curls, wouldn’t it be better if you focus on enhancing them?

Here are some fun and easy hairstyles for girls with curly hair.

pexels-photo-583576Au Naturel

Curly hair requires some extra attention. But you also need to understand that the less you do to it, the better it looks.

Apply a leave-in conditioner to damp hair to keep it looking soft, fresh, and defined. Avoid touching your hair once it dries as this can lead to frizz. Let your curls work for you instead of trying to fight it.  There is nothing better than just embracing your curly hair.

Volumized curls

Size matters when it comes to your natural hair. To give your hair that extra fullness, spritz some volumizing spray to your hair and then blast it with a diffuser. Once it’s completely dry, flip your hair over and shake it at the roots.


If you have tight, fuzzy curls, and you can’t seem to fix it, try pulling it up into a ponytail. Brush out your locks to enhance the volume and create a fluffy texture. Then, put your hair up into a high, center ponytail. It’s chic, simple, and easy to do.

You may also rub pomade on the sides of your hair to smoothen it. This will give your ponytail a sleeker look.

Fringe and Afro

Having short, curly hair is such a freeing feeling. You use less products and spend less time styling your hair. Not only is it easy to style, it also looks great. This look is ideal for black women who are transitioning from chemical prepared hair to their own natural locks texture, and don’t want to do that big chop. Plus, the fringe will soften the face and draw attention to the eyes.

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