Untamed tousled hairstyles always seem so irresistibly charming and effortless that you simply can’t turn down their overwhelming appeal. There’s something extremely sexy and free of any constraint in tousled ‘dos, whether it’s an updo style, boyish pixie with sticking out feathers or fun loose curls. A messy style looks great on any length and type of hair – short or long, straight or curly, thick and flexible or fine and wispy. With the right approach you can create so many gorgeous and versatile looks with messy hair. Let some of them be stylish and extravagant, while others can remain on a more romantic side. Here are 30 ideas of envy-worthy hairstyles with messed up locks for short, medium-length and long hair.
I know this post isn’t going to be for everyone but after I wrote this post on how to grow your hair, I started receiving afew emails from young girls asking me how I style my hair and what products I use so I thought I should just write another blog post about it. Curly hair is a funny thing, throughout your life you develop a love/hate relationship with it going from one extreme to the other, usually as you get older you fall in love with your curls when you realise you have the best of both worlds. When I was a teenager I used to polish off an entire tube of hair gel within a couple of days trying to plaster down my unruly, frizzy hair with the hopes of it looking vaguely socially exceptable. The reality was my hair looked like the dodgy guy from the movie, Coming to America, “Let your sooooooouuuuullll gloooooo!!!!!”
So you think layers look beautiful only on straight and smooth hair! Well, a layered hairstyle looks beautiful on curly hair as well. Being extremely versatile, curly layered hair can be styled up in numerous ways.
Curly haired women are consistently told that straightening for work is a good move. In some professions, curly hair is even seen as unkempt and unprofessional. Fortunately, instead of straightening you can stay true to your natural ways by wearing any of these top 30 curly professional hairstyles. You never know, you may incite a workplace-wide natural transitioning movement! Do you have a professional hairstyle that’s tried and true? Let us know in the comments!
Curly hairstyles and haircuts for curly hair bear an inimitable romantic nonchalant flair, whether they are natural curly hairstyles, curly shag haircuts styled messy or chic on-trend updos for curly hair. Wavy bob hairstyles with luscious curls and texturized ends are perfect effortless options for summer. To prevent an excessive bulk these, same like long curly hairstyles, suggest layers cut in. Medium curly hairstyles can easily embrace fun braided elements or be adorned with cute hair accessories. Curly Mohawk hairstyles are deeply feminine versions of the fierce and tough original Mohawk. Plunge into the world of sumptuous curls with tons of amazing curly and wavy hairstyles!
Black curly hairstyles are amazingly beautiful, chic and creative. African-American women have gorgeous yet unique hair texture that require some special love and care to look its best. From long loose curls to shorter cropped styles, here are 30 ideas for those who search a new way to sport black curly hair.
Whether you have naturally curly hair, or just fake it with a curling iron, you can copy these curly updos for prom and homecoming. Wavy-haired celebs like Taylor Swift, Mary-Kate Olsen and Vanessa Hudgens routinely rock gorgeous curly hairstyles on the red carpet, proving that curly hair may just be the best kind of hair for a formal event!
Formal curly hairstyles are in need all the time for an office goer. It becomes especially important to sport a good hairstyle when it comes to office parties or formal meetings or gatherings.
It’s smart to work with your natural texture most days; save straightening for special occasions. Curly hair usually looks its best when cut to a medium length―not too short, not too long. “To keep your curls shiny and healthy, shampoo less,” says experts. Choose a formula tailored to your scalp, not your hair, and apply to your scalp only. Let the suds rinse down the rest of your hair, which will get it clean but won’t dry it out. Condition every time you shower. Most important: Keep your hands off your hair as it dries. Too much touching can exacerbate frizz and distort the shape of natural waves.