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 a curly blonde hair female is maintenance. Light shades of blonde 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.
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#1: Blonde Deva Cut
Bring your curls to life with a blonde diva cut. Blonde highlights are one of the best ways to give your hair some multi-dimensional color. Cutting your hair dry will insure you are not cutting off too much length. Be prepared to use a lot of styling products that bring moisture to your locks to help control frizz.
#2: Soft Blonde Highlights for Curly Hair
Soft blonde highlights for curly hair are always in style. When considering doing a blonde color take into account your natural color. For instance, if your hair is naturally dark and you want to go really light you will have more maintenance. Also, you’ll be putting more stress on your hair. I strongly recommend using a deep conditioner once a week if you have curly highlighted hair.
#3: Blonde Luscious Curls
Tousled curls paired with bright balayage are the perfect change for the season. Your hair will grow out seamlessly and will brighten your look in all the right ways. If you style it with a frizz cream and oil, it will keep curls soft and luscious without the crunchy look.
#4: Blonde Balayage Curly Hair
Curly hair looks amazing with a blonde balayage. If you want to keep your style low-maintenance, ask for a rooted look or a root smudge. This will create the illusion that your hair has grown out a little, making this the easiest look to keep up with. Your stylist should give you product recommendations for your specific color.
#5: Textured Curly Hair
If you want a change in style, try taking your textured curly hair to a gorgeous shade of beige blonde. Your stylist should avoid using a high developer when lightening this hair type. A lower and slower lift will allow you to keep your hair healthy during the process. This type of look may take multiple sessions to achieve.
#6: Extra Full Frizzy Blonde Curls
Blonde shades are all the rage right now, especially for women with extra full frizzy curls. Ask for a bright warm blonde if your skin is medium to dark. You can also try a cooler hue with this type of skin color. Fair-toned women should be aware of cool tones as this may wash you completely out. Use oil for shine and protection to keep your hair super moisturized and healthy. Aquage Silkening Oil Treatment is a great option.
#7: Blonde Curly Rezo Cut
Give your mane a voluminous shape with a blonde curly rezo cut. Highlighting your locks will give your curls dimension and pops of swirling color. You may need to tone your hair often to keep away unwanted tones and keep your blonde looking bright. You might want to use a purple shampoo at home once a week to keep your blonde looking fresh and true to tone.
#8: Full-Looking Highlighted Blonde Curls
Go big and bold with full-looking highlighted blonde curls. Cutting layers on your curly hair will give you a full and voluminous style. Opt for highlights instead of a one process color to give your hair a multi-dimensional look. When highlights are blended properly, the color is easy to maintain for beautiful and bouncy hair.
#9: Tight Blonde Curls
Liven up your locks with tight blonde curls. If you want to add some depth and dimension to your mane, adding blonde highlights are the way to go. When dyeing your hair make sure you take precautionary steps to prevent damage. Bleaching your curly locks can be damaging. So make sure you use moisturizing products and get frequent trims to keep dead ends away.
#10: Bright Blonde Textured Curls
Having bright blonde textured curls is always in style. If you have a darker natural color your hair may take a few sessions to achieve a bright blonde hue. Deep conditioning and frequent haircuts are needed if you want to keep your hair healthy. They will also keep the dead ends off. If you can, tone your hair every 4 weeks to keep brassy tones away.
#11: Stunning Darker Blonde Curls
Try stunning darker blonde curls. One of the best tips for styling curly hair is to get as much moisture out before drying your hair. Try using either a microfiber towel or paper towels to scrunch your hair mostly dry. Add products, then blow dry using a diffuser and you’re done. Bouncing, soft, organic curls.
#12: Retro Blonde Curls
Consider a look that never goes out of style with retro blonde curls. Have your strands look full of dimension and shine with warm blonde tones. Have the highlights blended up to your root instead of right on your root, in case you want to keep maintenance low for a softer grow-out.
#13: Light Blonde Curly Bob
A light blonde curly bob makes light eyes pop. A full head of highlights with all the tips highlighted as well gives maximum brightness. The darker your natural color is the higher maintenance this color becomes.
#14: Shoulder-Length Curls with Dark Roots
Curly hair flourishes when at shoulder length. The minimal weight due to the layering allows the curls to bounce up to their full potential. When lightening your hair, make sure to give it a little extra TLC with a protein and moisture-balanced deep conditioner. Dark roots allow for easier maintenance and help add dimension.
#15: Voluminous Long Blonde Curly Hair
Long blonde hair is always in style and looks fabulous on all face shapes. Curly hair can be heavy, so ask your stylist for layers to take off some weight and allow those curls to spring up!
#16: Blonde Bob with Loose Curls
Embrace your natural curls or amp up your straight hair with a curling wand to get those oh-so-bouncy curls. A deep side part helps to obtain maximum volume and exaggerates the angle forward cut, creating a slightly asymmetrical look. Ask your stylist for a pale buttery shade of blonde, which beautifully compliments a pair of dark brown eyes.
#17: White Curly Blonde Hair
A fresh white-blonde shade to brighten up the area around the face! This vibrant color can upgrade any woman’s hair. And if matched with naturally curly hair texture, the payoff is so polished! This makes a stunning hair inspiration for long, curly tresses.
This white blonde curly hair was achieved through foil highlights. Placement is natural but still focused on coverage to achieve super blonde results. Toner is a neutral blonde with a hint of iciness. Layers are long and blended to help with fluid movement and curl within the blonde highlights curly hair.
Upkeep for this blonde bombshell is every 6-8 weeks. After that and your roots will be looking sad as the line of demarcation appears. The blonde highlights on curly hair will be more noticeable than the balayage technique. Use Oribe products like Curl Control Silkening Creme when styling these perfect curls!
#18: Gorgeous Long Blonde Curls
Be the star of the night with your natural curls! This lengthy, tight curls styled in a deep side part is a stunning blonde curly long hair.
#19: Long Strawberry Blonde Curled Hair
Volume is everything for a blonde curly style! This Disney princess-look has stunning movement and texture! Tuck it into a subtle half updo for an elegant long blonde curly hair finish.
#20: Bronde Kinky Curly Hair
A no-styling naturally blonde curly hairstyle will make everyone jealous of the attention you’re getting with these perfectly tousled and shadow-rooted locks.
#21: Amazing Blonde Balayage Loose Curls
Curly hair and blonde highlights that are fresh from the salty seas! Perfect for any beach bum, these effortless curly strands offer eternal beach waves desired by many influencers.
#22: Naturally Curly Dark Blonde Hair
#23: Platinum Blonde on 2C Curly Hair
Keep your shoulder-length platinum blonde curly hair magical and eccentric with beautiful tight curls parted in the middle. Come on now my curly haired girls, the beach is calling!
#24: Light Blonde Curly Shag
A light blonde curly shag will highlight the hair’s natural texture and body. The more bouncy and voluminous the locks are, the better. Adding some cute curly bangs can enhance the style, too. The combo of naturally blonde hair and lovely natural curls makes a very striking ‘do. It can be frizzy, so moisturizing products would be helpful.
#25: Naturally Loose Curls on Warm Blonde
The greatest part of this long curly hair is how defined and shiny the blonde 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.
The biggest thing you want to consider when lightening your curly blonde 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 for curly blond hair are everything! Try Miss Jessie’s baby buttermilk for some serious moisture, and the jelly soft curls for some soft hold and shine.
#26: Ash Blonde Ringlets
Ash-blonde ringlets make an appealing option when wanting to embrace natural texture. The loveliest thing about these curly locks is the longevity it provides. As the roots grow out, the color will evolve between appointments. It’ll give the blonde curly hair multiple looks with no pesky line of demarcation. Flaunt this ash blonde curly hair and never regret having some kinks!
These ash blonde ringlets were a customized color and cut.
For women considering this curly hair, choose the right colorist. Interview them and ask questions. Make sure they understand how curly hair works when being highlighted. Blonde curls are fabulous but require a lot of maintenance and work.
#27: Curly Shoulder-Length Beige Blonde
This blonde hue features ravishing ringlets with bashful bangs for the optimum fashion week frizzy hair look.
#28: Honey Blonde 3A Hair
This is a girl crowned in her honey blonde 3A curls!
This is for the big-hair-don’t-care kind of girl! Wearing your blonde curly hair long creates so much expression all on its own! There’s so much styling versatility with blonde curly hair.
One thing to remember about honey blonde 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.
#29: Golden Blonde 3B Curly Bob
It doesn’t get any better than shiny bronze curls on a curly bob. Having short blonde curly hair is great for softening sharp facial features.
#30: Curly Blonde Highlights
These curly blonde highlights form a dimensional illusion, which boosts the hair texture. With dark roots, the blonde hue glows even brighter. To make those 2C curls even curlier, use a styling cream or gel to define the curls before brushing them out.
#31: Buttery Blonde Short Curly Hair
Wear this buttery blonde short curly hair and own that super fun and exciting hairstyle. This rooted blonde color looks natural on women with a fair skin tone. The hue allows short curly hair to appear so full of life.
#32: Short Dirty Blonde Locks
Rock these short dirty blonde locks if you have kinks that you like to show off. The dirty shade of blonde and the curly hairstyle with bangs work wondrous together. Cute, bouncy, and dimensional—who’s in love with this short hair, too?
These short dirty blonde locks feature a sandy balayage to bring dimension to the curls. The curly haircut is a heavily layered bob with bangs. The layers give the curls lots of movement & volume.
This dirty blonde curly hair is ideal for women looking to give their curls some nice volume. The hair was diffused using a combo of Innersence Quiet Calm Curl Control Cream and volume gel. Always diffuse curls if you’re trying to achieve more volume. Curl gels are important to lock volume into the curls.
#33: Blonde Spiral Curls
Consider blonde hair with natural spiral curls. A classic round layered cut works great for spiral curly hair. Ask your stylist if they can cut your hair dry to see where your curly coils lay. It’s best to go in with your hair in its natural state, no hair ties or bends in the hair to give your stylist the best idea of what your curls look like.