Ways to Rock Your Curls

Recently, I’ve been letting my hair just be the way it is; no iron, no blower. First because of pandemic and second because it’s too hot outside.

People think that curly hair is problematic and hard to handle, but that’s not true at all! There are many ways one can rock curls and I’m here to tell you all about it.

First rule: NEVER BRUSH YOUR CURLS WITH DRY HAIR! That’s only going to break your beautiful curls and trust me, you’ll end up looking like a broom. Iif you’re going to detangle, please do it carefully and apply something before and it is recommended tht you do it with damp or wet hair.

Now, let’s talk about how you can rock those curls in different ways!

Natural hair-do

Curls have and advantage, and that is that any up-do looks like you’re ready to go partying. You can simply tie your hair in a messy bun, let a few strands on your face and you’ll be ready to go. You can add a scarf to be extra stylish.

Or you can simply tie it up and you’ll like a BOHO Queen!

Half up

Being honest, this is my to-go look when I’m in a hurry and I need to look nice. It isn’t complicated and it’s very practical. Just divide your hair, let half down and tie the other half on the top of your head.

You can even tie it in a bun and it will look great!

For a retro look you can tie a bandana or add a scrunchie

Fun space buns

It’s always fun to wear two buns, so why not try it? You can either tie it all…

you can let half down and add the two buns


If you want to add volume you can try this hairstyle. You can even add accesories such as flowers or clips to look extra cute.


I love wearing any kind of accesories on my hair: hairclips, berets, bandanas, you name it! Who says people with curly hair can’t wear hats or berets? Curlos look extra beautiful peaking out

All pictures taken from Pinterest

In clonclusion, you can rock it any way you like, everything is acceptable. Do not let anyone tell you otherwise, embrace your curls!

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