Grab Your Hair Wand: 36 Curled Hairstyles to Try

Adding curls to any hairstyle automatically makes it feel more glamorous and put together. Whether you have short or long hair, luscious curls can be added to any length and look extra gorgeous. Take a peep at some of our favorite curled hairstyles and get inspired!

Long Curled Hairstyle With Lowlights

Women with long hair thats curled with lowlightsInstagram @cos_by_kir

Stylist Kirsten Borst took this long and luscious brown hair and gave it some lowlights and curled it for a beautiful overal look.

Blonde Balayage With Curls

Curled hair with blonde balayage colorInstagram @cheveuxbleu

Curled Asymmetrical

Curled hairstyle with 180 asymmetrical cutInstagram @sarahsbeautyandglam

Curled Hairstyle With Soft Layers

curled hairstyle with soft layersInstagram @deeharkesshairstudio

Silver Curled Hair With Purple Roots

curled hair with silver colorInstagram @beautybartay

Asphalt Grey Curled Hairstyle

Instagram @nanathelen

Swirly Blonde

Picture of a swirly blonde curled hairstyleInstagram @ronascimento13

Purple Curls

Picture of purple curls curled hairstyleInstagram @julieforsell

Q&A with style creator, Julie Anderson
Stylist @ Lucid Salon in Carol Stream, IL

How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as a kaleidoscope of purple. My favorite thing about it is the variety of colors and the way they don’t blend together, but actually smudge into each other creating a watercolor effect. The curls were achieved with a 1 and 1/4 inch marcel iron held open while the ends were left loose, adding to this edgy color with a modern finish!

Any advice for someone considering it?

This is the perfect look for someone who has a vibrant personality and needs the hair color to match it!

These colors will look great on most skin tones simply by varying the base color.

This style works best on long layered haircuts.

This hair was prepped with Pureology Silk Bodifier and Alterna Invisible Roller, blown out with a round brush, curled in 1×2 inch sections and fingered through to finish once cooled. Kenya 13 Perfect Medium Spray was used to give a touchable hold.

Purple to Pink Curls

Picture of a pink and purple curled hairstyleInstagram @winnipeghair

Q&A with style creator, Patricia Belding
Hairstylist / Colorist @ Chatters Hair Salon in Winnipeg


How would you describe this look?

I get a lot of my inspiration from what I see around me every day. Some of my favourite color combos are found in nature. I have always had a fascination with the galaxy and all the beautiful colors throughout it.  This is my take on galaxy hair. Deep purples and magenta definitely pair so well together.

Any advice for someone considering it?

I honestly believe anyone can pull off color no matter what age. For vivid colors like this, I recommend washing in cool water and always use a color safe shampoo and conditioner. Heating tools also fade color, so a heat protector is a must. Most colors like this require lightening, so a treatment mask once a week is a wonderful idea.

Curled Layered A-Line Bob

Picture of a short and sassy curled hairstyleInstagram @_ninamonique_

Q&A with style creator, Nina Monique
Hairstylist @ The Gallery Salon and Spa in Suisun, CA


How would you describe this look?

This cut is called a “Layered A-line Bob.” While considered a short haircut, you can extend the length in the front based on what is desired. The nape (back neck area) is taken in nice and tight to the head, while the top layers are left longer to create volume and movement. This style gives it a very sleek, yet sassy look.

Any advice for someone considering it?

This cut is great for almost any face shape. The way the front of the hair shapes and slims the face makes it a great cut for round or square face shapes.You can wear this style straight or curled. Products that create volume and texture are going to be the best to use for this cut.  This style is great for just about any hair type. How long it takes to style depends on your hair type. It will take less time for someone with fine and thin hair to style then it would for someone with thicker and fuller hair. Natural curly hair works great for this style as long as it’s properly cut according to the amount of curl in the hair and styled with the right products. This really is a great style for anyone looking for a fun, short haircut!

Highlighted Curls

Q&A with style creator, Karilyn Turley
Professional Hair & Makeup Artist / Cosmetologist @ Pretty Makers Lane in Dallas, TX


How would you describe this look?

These are blendable highlights for a medium length brunette.

This look is gorgeous on all hair types since it’s a mixture of balayage (hand painted hair) and baby-lights. I used the Matrix color line 5A and 505N (for extra coverage and it’s great for covering greys or color correcting). Mixing up the babylights and balayage techniques throughout the hair gives it a natural sun-kissed look that peaks out from all angles. As I toned her hair, I smudged the roots with a level 7p (pearl) toner and the middle/ends with a 9A toner then with a wide tooth comb and blended it down together.

Any advice for someone considering it?

My best advice is to go to a professional hairstylist who has done the balayage technique before. Ask them to note where you have the most grey coming through and to do a few babylight foils in those areas so the regrowth will blend and look more natural.

All highlights look breathtaking when your hair is curled with a 1 1/4 inch hot barrel. My favorite styling products for this look are:

Cat Walk root lift

Kenra thermal styling spray (when hair is wet + dry)

Redken spray wax before curling to keep the hair looking smooth.

Finish with Sexy Hair finishing spray!

My favorite trick to achieve this volume is putting Velcro rollers in my client’s hair after I blow dry, letting them cool for a few minutes, then watching their eyes pop and how much lift they achieve!

If you’re the type to go every 4-6 weeks, you can do just a root touch up to cover greys with a solid color or if you’re the type to go in every 4-6 months, keep the base close to your natural color and the regrowth will blend nicely!

Red Curls

Picture of red curled hairstyleInstagram @detrashalee

Q&A with style creator, Detra Smith
Artistic Director @ in Moulton, AL


How would you describe this look?

Modern glamour waves. My favorite thing is that it looks like controlled natural curls there is volume without frizz.

Any advice for someone considering it?

Use a 1″ wand or the Curl Bar by Hot Tools.

Use a heat protective setting spray for firmer curls.

To get wide waves, spread the curls horizontally instead of brushing them.

Fun & Bouncy Curls

Q&A with style creator, Bethany Prickett
Mobile Makeup Artist / Hairstylist @ in Brisbane, QLD


How would you describe this look?

These are fun and bouncy curls! I love that the client has layers of various purples tones through her hair. This creates depth and adds pizazz to this common hairstyle.

Any advice for someone considering it?

Consider getting different foils or block bold colors in your hair to create a pretty but vibrant look like the client in this photo.

To recreate this look, you will need fairly long hair because when curling your hair the curl will end up a bit above your natural length. This look was created with a normal GHD (not thick plate) iron, curling the hair all in one direction. If you have frizzy but soft, thin hair like this client, you will need to blow dry White Sands Liquid Texture Medium Hold into the hair. This will ensure the curls do not drop too much and stay perfectly bouncy without the crunch.

This look will hold best indoors, not in a windy, humid environment.

Sexy Textured Beach Waves

Sexy Textured Beach Waves hairstyleInstagram @sonila1

Q&A with style creator, Sonila
Stylist @ Gjeto’s Salon & Day Spa in Novi, MI


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as sexy textured beach waves. My favorite thing about this look is that it looks effortless and anyone can wear it.

Any advice for someone considering it?

Some advice I would give a client who wants this look is to use a 1-inch wand to curl, leaving the ends out. Add some texture spray for the finishing touch.

Undone Curls

Q&A with style creator, Kendall Bowers
Hairstylist @ Legendary Body Lounge in Sherwood Park, AB


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as effortless. It’s more of a wave pattern than the traditional ringlet style curl.

The “undone” look is trending right now and this style is one of my favorites. This look combines red carpet waves with an undone twist.

Any advice for someone considering it?

To achieve this look, I recommend using a mouse or gel on towel dried hair and blow drying the products in. Then, use a 1-inch or larger curling wand to achieve the waves. The key to the wave is twisting the hair as it revolves around the barrel of the iron as opposed to wrapping it flat. Once the technique is mastered, it can be done on most lengths of hair!

Recommended products depend on how much texture you’re wanting in your end look. Using a light hold hairspray is perfect for a sleek look, and for more texture, use a spray dry wax or even pomade to give more of a distressed appearance.

This look is very versatile for everyday wear or even a girls night out. It can be the perfect finishing touch to your style!

Vintage Glam Style

Q&A with style creator, Kait Norcross
Cosmetologist @ Mia Bella Spa in Leominster, MA


How would you describe this look?

This look is for someone who wants to replicate that vintage Hollywood glam style. Whether it’s going out on the town, or in my client’s case, attending a semi-formal, you want a style that’s going to last, look classy, and make you feel beautiful.

What I love about this style is that once you’ve curled every piece and pinned them up, you can go straight into doing makeup. For someone replicating this look at home, you can allow it to set while you get ready for your evening!

Any advice for someone considering it?

In order to achieve this vintage Hollywood glam style, you definitely need the length of your hair to touch your shoulder or longer. The whole point of the style is to have big, soft, luscious curls. I also recommend this look for medium to thicker haired clients. Thin-haired haired clients can still achieve this look, but you may want to consider clip-in extensions to really create that fullness!

I am a stylist at an Aveda concept spa, so naturally I used all Aveda products! I also work for a traveling bridal beauty company and I take all of my Aveda favorites with m. For this look, I used AirControl, Texture Tonic, and Brilliant Spray on Shine, all by Aveda! For styling tools, I used Drybar’s 1-inch Three Day Bender curling iron.

To create this style, I sectioned the front and sides away from the back. I started at the nape or bottom of the head and clipped the rest of her hair out of my way above the section. The reason I start at the bottom as opposed to the top is so I don’t bump into pieces that are already curled, which could lead to re-curling everything again. Starting at the bottom allows for quick, clean styling. Each section going up the head was about an inch thick and an inch wide.

To prep the hair, I sprayed the whole section with Air Control both prior to curling and after. I took inch-thick sections and curled each piece a different direction. This allows each piece to be defined and makes it so you won’t just have one giant curl. After a whole row is curled, you can pin each individual curl up. I used pin curl clips, but if you’re replicating at home, bobby pins will do!

The pinning process doesn’t have to be perfect as long as the shape of the curl is maintained while pinning. You continue this process until you reach the top of the head. When you start the sides, keep in mind that the pieces around the face should be curled back so they aren’t falling in your face all night long. Once the whole head was curled and pinned, I misted everything with Air Control. The amazing thing about Air Control is that it is so lightweight you can keep building on as you go!

I let the curls set sit for a half hour while I did her makeup. When we got back to the chair, I again started at the bottom and took each individual curl down, twirling them as I took them out to keep their shape. Once all the curls were out, I had her flip her hair upside down while I misted her hair with Texture Tonic and Brilliant Spray on Shine. I avoided running my fingers or a brush through her hair because we did not want to stretch the curl out.

This style should last you the whole evening and well into the next day, depending on what you’re doing and how well your hair does with humidity and holding a curl. I highly recommend this style to anyone who wants to dress up their look for a night out.

Versatile Curls

Versatile Curls hairstyleInstagram @hair.by.l

Q&A with style creator, Lauren Adame
Stylist @ Special FX Salon and Day Spa in San Jose, CA


How would you describe this look?

I love this look and I feel like it is really versatile. This look can work for a simple girls night out, date night, or even for an elegant evening event.

My favorite part of this look is how the curls reflect the light, really accentuating the depth of color.

Any advice for someone considering it?

I feel like anyone could pull off a version of this look with their own hair. Product use depends on the client’s texture. My client in this photo has straight, fine hair. I used all Unite products in her hair.

I started off by cleansing and conditioning the hair with the Boosta shampoo and conditioner, then detangled with the 7 Seconds leave-in conditioner. I used the Boosta spray all over the hair and Liquid Volume on her roost. I completely rough dried her hair and curled with Max Control hairspray.

Blonde Curls

Blonde Curls hairstyleInstagram @hair_by_emmah

Q&A with style creator, Emma Hodder
Freelance Hairdresser in Leopold, VIC


How would you describe this look?

This is a full head of blonde foils on a concave bob, finished off with some curls.

I love the way the blonde and natural color sit so nicely together in the curls. This look suits curled, straightened, or naturally textured hair.

Any advice for someone considering it?

When choosing a blonde, always think of your skin tone. There are many shades of blonde and not all shades suit everyone. Pick a shade that suits you and your skin tone best!

The curls were done by using a hair wand. The wand is an easy and quick way to add curls and you can create a range of curls with one. I recommend using a hairspray after curling. If you use it before curling, the hair might be stiff and crunchy.

Go-To Curls

Go-To Curls hairstyleInstagram @brandiebmw

Q&A with style creator, Brandie Wilson
Stylist / Owner @ Trendie’s Salon in Mexico, MO


How would you describe this look?

This is my favorite go-to look for clients with straight hair that just want a little something different. This client was going to a wedding, so I used a 1-inch iron to create the soft curls.

Any advice for someone considering it?

My advice for clients wanting to achieve this look would be to use a heat protecting setting spray. I love Redken Hot Sets! I sectioned the hair into four parts, then took one-inch sections to curl.

This look is a little time consuming, but it’s well worth it. It works on any hair type and looks great with short hair as well!

Flirty & Pretty

Flirty & Pretty hairstyleInstagram @beautyby_mick

Q&A with style creator, Micaela Troyer
Licensed Cosmetologist @ Le Rouge Salon + Beauty Bar in Grand Blanc, MI


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as flirty and pretty because the pastel pink is very soft and feminine, but also sassy and out-of-the-box.

My favorite thing about this style is how the different colors throughout the curls catch your eye and add more texture and dimension to the look

Any advice for someone considering it?

I definitely recommend creating this look on day two or three hair because slightly dirty hair usually tends to hold curl better. However, if you prefer to wash your hair daily or every other day, I recommend dirtying up your hair a bit with a good texturizing spray or flexible hold hairspray. Regardless of what day you wash your hair, I always recommend using a thermal setting spray/heat protectant. I used Hot Sets 22 Mist by Redken and her curls lasted all night!

All you need to do is spray the thermal setting mist on dry hair before curling, lightly comb through if needed, and curl! For this look, I used a 1-inch Sam Villa Marcel curling iron, but a curling wand or normal spring-loaded curling iron would work well also. I typically alternate direction of curls, always curling away from the face around the hairline. Finish with a little texturizing spray or flexible hold hairspray and you are good to go. Happy styling!

Curled, All-Over Blonde

Q&A with style creator, Amanda Black
Hairstylist @ John Fredricks Hair Studio in Glassport, PA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I describe this look as universal hair. You can wear it to work, out shopping or out for a night on the town. This style fit just about anywhere!

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I washed her using Kenra Color Maintence shampoo, followed by the color conditioner. Then applied California Smoother Creme to her ends, along with some mousse from Kenra at the roots. I blew her hair dry with a large round brush and just before each curl, I used Redken Hot Sets 22 to protect from heat and to lock in curl.

I used a 1 1/2-inch Marcel Hot Tools curling iron to create the waves, curling away from the face. I ran my fingers through the curls once the whole head was curled and cooled. We set the finished look with Kenra Hairspray #25.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I’ve created curls like this on all hair types, even kinky curly hair. Hair that is shoulder length or longer is recommended for this particular look.

Curled Away

Curling hair away from the face is ultra flattering on almost every face shape.

Curled HairstylesLong Blonde Hairstyle with Curls Back View

How to Style:

  1. Prep blow dried hair with a thermal protectant.
  2. Using a curling wand or one-inch curling iron, curl hair vertically in medium-sized sections away from face.
  3. Continue working around head until all hair is curled.
  4. Allow curls to cool and lightly mist with a flexible hold hairspray.
  5. Gently finger comb through curls with fingers.
  6. Finish style with another light mist of hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

For long-lasting flexible hold, try Aveda’s Air Control.

Face Shape:

This style will work for all face shapes.

Curled Bob

One of the best ways to change up a sleek bob is to add playful curls.

Short Bob Hairstyle with CurlsShort Curled Bob Hairstyle

How to Style:

  1. Prep blow dried hair with a thermal protectant and a texturizing spray.
  2. Create a deep side part.
  3. Using a tapered curling wand or a one-inch curling iron, begin curling hair in medium to large-sized sections.
  4. Allow curled sections to cool.
  5. Scrunch a lightweight texturizing paste into ends.
  6. Lightly backcomb crown area.
  7. Style bangs as desired.
  8. Finish style with a medium hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

For weightless texture and volume, try Hanz de Fuko’s Quicksand Styling Paste.

Face Shape:

This style is perfect for heart, oval, triangle, and oblong face shapes.

Tousled Waves

Loose bohemian waves are perfect for warm days and low-key weekends.

Curled Hairstyle with Side Part and Tousled Waves

How to Style:

  1. Prep blow dried hair with a texturizing spray.
  2. Using a large barreled curling iron (1.25-inch or larger), curl hair vertically and in large sections.
  3. Flip upside down and shake curls out.
  4. Flip top to the side and finish style with your favorite hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

To add texture to freshly blow dried hair, try Oribe’s Dry Texturizing Spray.

Face Shape:

This style will work with all face shapes.

Curled Half-Up

Looking for a romantic half up curled hairstyle? Look no further! This look is perfect for a date night or an evening wedding.

Romantic Half Up Curly Hairstyle with RibbonLong Curled Half Up Hairstyle with Ribbon

How to Style:

  1. Prep blow dried hair with a thermal protectant.
  2. Using one-inch curling iron, curl just the ends.
  3. Backcomb crown.
  4. Pull top and sides back towards crown.
  5. Twist hair and secure with bobby pins.
  6. Place headband three inches away from hairline and arrange bangs as desired.
  7. Touch up any curled ends.
  8. Finish style with a strong hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

For shiny locks that stay, try Moroccan Oil’s Luminous Hairspray.

Face Shape:

This style is perfect for all face shapes.

Retro Rewind

Give a nod to the past with these defined curls.

Long Blonde Retro Hairstyle with Curls Front ViewRetro Hairstyle with Defined Curls

How to Style:

  1. Prep hair with a thermal protectant and a small amount of Argan oil.
  2. Create a deep side part.
  3. Wrap hair in hot rollers in alternating directions. Wrap the sections near the face towards the face.
  4. Wrap sections to the jawline to keep curls on ends.
  5. Allow rollers to cool.
  6. Remove rollers and finish style with a strong hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

Try Moroccan Oil’s Treatment to moisturize locks and add shine.

Face Shape:

This style will work for all face shapes.

Side Swept Curls

For a glamorous curled look that combines modern style with old Hollywood beauty, try this swoon-worthy curled style.

Side Swept Curls Hairstyle Side ViewGlamorous Hairstyle with Side Swept Curls

How to Style:

  1. Prep dry hair with a thermal protectant.
  2. Starting at the nape of the neck, curl hair vertically in one inch sections with a one-inch curling iron.
  3. Continue working in small sections until you reach the front section.
  4. Create a deep side part.
  5. Curl hair away from the face horizontally.
  6. Remove hair from curling iron and pull hair to the side to frame the face.
  7. Finish style with a strong hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

For long lasting strong hold, try Aveda’s Force Control.

Face Shape:

This will work for all face shapes.

Lightly Curled

Looking for a relaxed curled hairstyle with tons of body and movement? Look no further!

Lightly Curled Hairstyle with Body

How to Style:

  1. Prep hair with a heat protectant.
  2. Curl hair with a tapered curling wand. Hold the wand horizontally and wrap hair around the wand.
  3. Once hot, release hair and let cool.
  4. Lightly finger comb through curls.
  5. Style bangs as desired.
  6. Finish style with a flexible hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

To create textured waves, try Bedhead’s Beaded Curling Wand.

Face shape:

This style will work for all face shapes.

Polished Curls

Want picture perfect curls? Try these simple curls that pair perfectly with a Sunday morning brunch!

Medium Hairstyle with Curls

How to Style:

  1. On freshly blow dried hair, wrap the top section in Velcro rollers.
  2. Set the underneath section in hot rollers.
  3. Blast Velcro rollers with hot air from the blow dryer.
  4. Allow rollers to cool.
  5. Remove all rollers and style fringe area as desired.
  6. Lightly finger comb through curls and scrunch in a styling crème.
  7. Finish style with your favorite hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

For definition and separation, try Verb’s Styling Cream.

Face Shape:

This style will work for all face shapes.

California Waves

Craving simple, carefree, boho chic waves? Try these on for size!

Simple Hairstyle with Boho Chic WavesHairtstyle with Boho Waves Back View

How to Style:

  1. On towel dried hair, apply a volume mousse.
  2. Blow dry hair using fingers. Scrunch and twist hair as desired.
  3. Using a tapered curling wand, curl ends of hair by wrapping hair around the wand and holding the ends.
  4. Remove hair from wand and gently pull on ends to lengthen curl.
  5. Allow curls to cool.
  6. Finger comb through curls and scrunch in a product cocktail of texturizing paste and Argan oil.
  7. Create a center part and finish style with a light mist of flexible hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

Try Aveda’s Light Elements Defining Whip to create beachy waves that are full of texture.

Face Shape:

This style will work best on oval, triangle, oblong and heart face shapes.

Chic & Carefree

Trying to strike the perfect balance between put together and carefree curls? This hairstyle nails it!

Long Hairstyle with Curls

How to Style:

  1. Apply a small amount of blow dry lotion to slightly damp hair.
  2. Blow dry hair using a medium-sized round brush. Dry ends in alternating directions.
  3. Once hair is dry, apply a small amount of Argan oil to ends.
  4. Using a large barrel curling iron, smooth ends into more defined curls.
  5. Lightly finger comb through curls.
  6. Finish style with a flexible hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

Try Aveda’s Style Prep Smoother. It helps cut down on blow drying time and also protects hair from thermal styling tools.

Face Shape:

This style will work on all face shapes.

Styling Tip:

When curling hair, focus the curl at the ends to keep the style looking relaxed and carefree.

Mad About You

This curled hairstyle is the perfect “go anywhere” style. It works for brunch, dates, shopping with the girls, dinner with the in-laws, a baseball game, or even work!

Long Hairstyle with Curls and HighlightsLong Curled Hairstyle Side View

How to Style:

  1. On freshly blow dried hair, apply a thermal heat protectant.
  2. Using a one-inch curling iron or a curling wand, take a slice of hair starting from your part, running to the top of the ear. Wrap that hair around your curling iron or wand.
  3. Continue working around the head and curling hair in large sections.
  4. On the side of your part, curl just the ends of the face framing layers.
  5. Scrunch a small amount of texturizing cream into ends.
  6. Finish with your favorite hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

To protect hair from thermal styling and UV rays, try Aveda’s Brilliant Damage Control.

Face Shape:

This style will work for all face shapes.

Bangs & Curls

This curled bob is perfectly paired with a soft bang. It’s sweet, romantic and stylish!

Short Blonde Curled Bob HairstyleShort Hairstyle with Bangs and Curls

How to style:

  1. Prep dry hair with a thermal protectant.
  2. Curl hair with a one-inch curling iron in alternating directions.
  3. After removing hair from curling iron, gently pull on curls to lengthen them.
  4. Use a flat iron to smooth bangs and add bend to the ends.
  5. Scrunch a small amount of defining styling pomade into ends.
  6. Finish style with a medium hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

Try scrunching Aveda’s Light Elements Defining Whip into the ends to create natural looking texture and separation.

Face Shape:

This style will work for heart, triangle, and oval face shapes.

Styling tip:

To keep this style from looking over done, leave the underneath natural and uncurled.

Va-Voom Curls

Love volume and curls? This style combines both looks perfectly!

Long Hairstyle with Curls and Volume

How to Style:

  1. Apply a volume mousse and root booster to towel dried hair.
  2. Blow dry hair using a medium-sized round brush.
  3. Curl ends of hair vertically in medium-sized sections with a one-inch curling iron or tapered curling wand.
  4. Spritz hair with volumizing spray.
  5. Using a wide tooth comb, lightly back comb ends.
  6. Finish style with your favorite hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

For extra volume and texture, try Bumble and Bumble’s Dryspun Finish Spray.

Face shape:

This style will work for all face shapes.

Dita Von Tease

Sultry, sexy and classy! Channel your inner big screen siren with this glamorous style!

Medium Hairstyle with Classic CurlsGlamourous Curled Hairstyle Side View

How to style:

  1. Apply a small amount of Argan oil to ends.
  2. Create a side part.
  3. Using a one-inch curling iron and working in medium-sized sections, curl hair towards the face.
  4. Curl bangs towards the face.
  5. Using a styling pomade, slick the side opposite your part back behind the ear.
  6. Rub a small amount of styling paste into the bang area to lift hair up. Smooth hair into place.
  7. Finish style with a strong hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

To create lift in the bang area, try Onesta’s PlayPaste.

Face shape:

This style will work on all face shapes.

Side Braid & Curls

Can’t decide between curls or braids? Have them both in this crush-worthy style!

Hairstyle with Curls and Side Braid Hairstyle with Curls and Side Braid Back View

How to style:

  1. On dry hair, create a deep side part from front to back.
  2. Clip hair on the side of the part out of the way
  3. On the side of the part, create a French braid that wraps around to the nape of the neck. Leave out the opposite side.
  4. Release clipped up hair.
  5. Spritz hair with a beach waves spray and lightly scrunch.
  6. Diffuse hair lightly.
  7. Using a curling wand, curl various sections of hair. Alternate directions and the height of the curls.
  8. Finish style with a flexible hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

For perfect beachy waves full of texture, try Bumble and Bumble’s Surf Spray.

Face shape:

This style will work for all face shapes.

Adding curls to any hairstyle can add playfulness, movement, and texture no matter what length hair you have. Have fun and be creative with these fun curled hairstyles!