Hello friends! I'm back again! Today I used the Wave Artist on my hair and it gave me the idea to show you guys hair styles I think would look cute on girls with naturally curly hair (or, any other people who happen to just adore these as much as I do). I have a friend who has very curly hair and tells me about her struggles to style it. But below are easy styles (with only bobby pins and/hair ties). So, ladies: fear not. Here are more options to spice up the common hair styles you might be wearing. Yes, I know my hair is not nearly as curly as natural curls can be. It's just for demonstration!
Vintage-Styled Subtle Bouffant
All you need are bobby pins. I didn't use any hair spray, but depending on the thickness of your hair you might need some. It's simple yet chic. I love it.
This one's simple. Just braid the top half of your hair on either one or both sides of your head and pin them back. The braid might look messy with curly hair, but that bumps up the boho vibe! Embrace the texture!
Glam Pinned Bangs
If you have bangs, you know that sometimes they can be a hassle. Just bump them up and pin them! It's adorable AND easy!
This is another style where I twisted back my bangs. However, I twisted them and kept twisting them until I created (almost) a faux hawk. Then I brought my hair into a high ponytail with an elastic leaving that twisted thing on top. Bring down your whisps (the hairs in front of my ears) if you want for a messier/edgier vibe. (BONUS: Use a bobby pin with the elastic to bump the pony up as well to make it extra rockin'!)
Ultra-Messy Top Knot
I honestly only used bobby pins to hold up my bun. But I literally threw it up in a snap. I then grabbed the bun and slid it around a bit to make it appear looser and more relaxed-looking on my head. I then pulled out the whispies for an even more fun appearance. Don't be afraid to pull out some hairs in the bun. Texture in hair is a great way to play up any top knot!
Thank you SO much for reading. I hope this was helpful to anyone looking to spice up the average ponytail or topknot, etc. Feel free to comment below and request hair tutorials or any segments you might miss from G&N. Follow me on Twitter @Grinsandneedles. Thanks for reading! Have a great weekend!