15 Gorgeous Examples of Blonde Curly Hair

Perfect curly blonde hair

Blonde curly hair is a super feminine style that shows off a bold and confident statement, giving off a laid-back graceful vibe.

What’s crucial for this look is the maintenance. Going with light hair shades can be damaging especially if it’s not your natural color. The same goes with styling your tresses with curls and waves, as it tends to dry your hair and scalp.

Although it’s promised that with the right hair care products for hydration and strengthening and enough visits to your hairdresser, these fluffy blonde curls will give you sublime texture and dynamics! Styling blonde curly, wavy, or spiral locks is another exciting feature – go long for a complete mermaid-esque look or short for a more structured finish.

You’ve got to check out this gallery of photos I’ve created below! Become the ultimate #hairgoals with an alluring hairstyle that is blonde curly hair!

Short Blonde Curly Hair

Short Blonde Curly Hair
Instagram @fembothair_nyc

With huge charming curls, this color and style will definitely make blue eyes pop and frame your face. Wait until everyone compliments your new fresh look!

Dirty Blonde Locks

Dirty Blonde Hair
Instagram @mollytbaby_hair

This features a medium length curly shag with a face framing fringe that goes well for days! Totally a low-maintenance bombshell.

Shoulder Length Beige Blonde

Shoulder Length Beige Blonde Wavy Hair
Instagram @manesbymell

This one features ravishing ringlets with bashful bangs for the optimum fashion week look.

Strawberry Blonde Curled Hair

Strawberry Blonde Curled Hair
Instagram @chezjalal

Volume is everything! This Disney princess-look has stunning movement and texture! Tuck it into a subtle half updo for an elegant finish.

Kinky Curly Hair

Blonde Kinky Hair
Instagram @natyhairlove

This no-styling hairstyle will make everyone jealous of the attention you’re getting with these perfectly tousled and shadow-rooted locks.

Amazing Blonde Balayage

Amazing Blonde Balayage
Instagram @evvemi

Fresh from the salty seas! Perfect for any beach bum, this effortless look offers eternal beach waves desired by many influencers.

Gorgeous Long Blonde Curls

Gorgeous Long Curls
Instagram @natalieannehair

Be the star of the night! This lengthy, tight curls styled in a deep side part will make any ocean princess jealous.

Dark Blonde Hair Color

Dark Blonde Hair
Instagram @saleemahhh

A curly short bob does not mean you can’t showcase your crowning glory. This tousled huge natural-looking curls will amazingly make you feel like royalty!.

Platinum Blonde

Platinum Blonde Hair
Instagram @oliviammay

Keep your shoulder-length hair magical and eccentric with beautiful tight curls parted in the middle. Come on now, the beach is calling!

Light Blonde

Light Blonde
Instagram @toriwiget

Q&A with style creator, Tori Wiget
Stylist @ Local Honey in East Nashville, TN

How would you describe this look?

Lisa has fine (but plentiful!) natural blonde hair with lovely natural curls she likes to embrace. A curly shag like this really maximizes her curl pattern for volume and takes minimal effort to style. The loveliest thing about Lisa’s curly shag is that she has a curly fringe too! It really makes the whole look a little edgier.

In the winter, even natural blondes need a little boost, so I balayaged her hair to bring out some bright pops in strategic spots. She lifts very easily so balayage works for her. If you have darker hair but want dimension, look for inspiration pictures that look more like your own natural color. Don’t get stuck on terms like “balayage” or “hair painting” which happen to be buzz words right now. They are both just techniques used to create highlights – not all techniques are right for achieving the lightness you want. Trust your stylist to choose the method that is right for your hair. Bring those inspiration pictures. We’re visual creatures. We love reference photos as a way to see what’s in your head and gives us a starting point during the consultation.

Any advice for someone considering it?

The best thing about this look is that it is flattering on almost everyone! Most curly girls already have a stylist they trust, who can customize this shape based on their curl type and the facial features they want to highlight. If a curly fringe freaks you out, this cut can totally work without it.

Styling is easy – I recommend using products like Deva Curl Low Poo and One Condition or a conditioning cleanser like Oribe Cleansing Créme for Moisture and Control to cleanse and moisturize hair.

Keep your styling product in the shower! I find that when I apply my curl creme on my own hair soaking wet, it distributes more evenly, and I make less of a mess if I do it in the shower. Just flip your head upside down and scrunch in the product, then scrunch again with a microfiber towel to remove excess moisture. If you have a curly fringe, you’ll benefit from twisting the curls down into position. You can air dry, sit under a hood dryer, or use a diffuser to dry. Shake it out, dry scrunch, or massage the roots when it’s dry to make the curls more lively. Experiment! You’ll find a method that’s best for you.

Finer hair like Lisa’s benefits from a lightweight curl creme like Deva Curl Wave Maker or Oribe Curl Control Silkening Creme. Those two products have the right balance of moisture and hold. If you want more volume, you can use a mousse: Oribe Curl Shaping Mousse is great.

If your hair is more coarse or has a tighter curl you may need something heavier for control paired with a leave-in conditioner for hydration. The Decadence line from Deva Curl has a great leave-in and their Styling Creme or Super Creme both give hold and definition. I’ve tried a lot of different product lines on myself and on my regular clients – I always end up back with Deva Curl or Oribe. They just work.

When it’s time to refresh curls on the second or third days – but you’re not ready to wash and reset, you can reactivate the product with a light mist of water or a hydrosol (I like Lavender or Rosewater with Glycerin since it’s a humectant) and a good scrunch. Fuzzy ends or sections will benefit from a bit of oil scrunched through (like, 5-10 drops maximum). I really like plain ol’ jojoba oil. It’s almost like the oil our bodies naturally produce, so our hair (and skin, and nails!) will absorb it more easily. Argan oil and rosehip oil are also great options (and have great properties for the face too)!

Cute Naturally Curly Blonde

Cute Naturally Curly Blonde
Instagram @ninididmyhair

Q&A with style creator, Anisa Afiri
Hairstylist / Colorist / Curl Specialist @ Hair by Anisa at Ivy Hair Loft in Arlington, MA


How would you describe this look?

The greatest part of this long curly hair is how defined and shiny her curls are! They have so much bounce. Lucky for her she’s a natural blonde, but curly girls looking to lighten their hair should always keep in mind that hydration is key.

Any advice for someone considering it?

The biggest thing you want to consider when lightening your hair is hydrating and heat. Stick to regular deep conditioning treatments and styling methods like the curly girl method. Always remember to diffuse on low heat, and products are everything! Lately, I’ve been loving Miss Jessie’s baby buttermilk for some serious moisture, and the jelly soft curls for some soft hold and shine.

Ash Blonde

Q&A with style creator, Leysa Carrillo
Curly Hair Expert and Color Correction Specialist @ Atelier by Square Salon in Las Vegas, NV


How would you describe this look?

This look is a blonde balayage. She has a graduation of color starting with a darker base to lighter ends. The cut is all over round layers to create a lot of volume and fullness and helps define the beautiful color more and more!

The loveliest thing about this look is the longevity it provides. As your roots grow in, the color will evolve between appointments, giving you multiple blonde looks and no pesky line of demarcation.

Any advice for someone considering it?

You first have to find the right hair stylist who specializes in color and texture and can guide you with the best way of going through the process. Secondly, you have to be extremely consistent with the preparation of your hair and aftercare using professional products that are specific to your curl type.

Healthy curls will always bring healthy color. If your curls are not healthy, you should consider putting off color until they are. You must be consistent with haircuts and trims, what you are eating, and staying hydrated. In regards to lifestyle, do not use heat, braids, tight extensions, or anything that can compromise the integrity of your curls. When it comes to personality, I think anyone can rock this kind of look, you just need to have confidence and embrace your natural curls!

Honey Blonde

Honey Blonde
Instagram @rachelnbettis

Q&A with style creator, Rachel Bettis
Master Hairstylist @ Ulta Beauty in Houston, TX


How would you describe this look?

This is a girl crowned in her curls! The thing I love most about her look is all the dimension! The color and texture create so much movement. (Photo was taken by @yulianachi_photo)

Any advice for someone considering it?

This is for the big-hair-don’t-care kind of girl! This creates so much expression all on its own! There’s so much styling versatility with curly hair.

One thing to remember about curly hair is it lacks moisture, so hydrating and moisturizing products are her best friend. On damp hair, gives these curls some love with Touchable Curl Definer by DevaCurl.

Golden Blonde

Golden Blonde Curly Hair
Instagram @ctcurlyhairsalon

It doesn’t get any better than shiny bronze curls. Great for softening those sharp facial features.

Blonde Highlights

Blonde Highlights on Curly Hair
Instagram @ctcurlyhairsalon

To make these curls even more scrumptious, you can use styling creams and gels to define the curls before brushing out.