Tutorials & Curly Hair Styles


5 Easy Curly Hair Styles

Twisty Pony

Take a two inch section of hair from each side and twist towards the back, pin in place then style a low ponytail secured at the nape of your neck.

Geo Pull Back

This style may be the easiest yet. Pull hair from both sides of the face to the back of the head. Slip hair slides into hair to create a geometric shape

Curly Top Knot

The Curly Top Knot is Perfect for 2nd Day Hair as well.

Gather your hair into a high ponytail. Use your fingertips to align your curls and smooth any bumps down and secure your pony with a hair bungee or hair elastic.

Pad out your bun – Use a hair donut around the base of your ponytail to create the perfect bun shape.

Cover your donut – Tilt your head forward and fan out your hair over the donut, then twist your hair around it, tucking the ends underneath.

Pin in place with bobby pins and finish with a spritz of hairspray for extra hold.

Curly Double Twist

Use a dime sized dollop of pomade (we like Curlfection’s Polishing Whip) and to run your hands through your hair all the way to the ends.

Divide your hair into two sections with a center part in the back of the head (as if you were creating pigtails). Take one side and twist it under to the side, securing with a bobby pin or two — whatever holds it in place. Then twist the other section also under and to the opposite side, securing with bobby pins. You are crisscrossing the two sections to create a unique, loose tumble of curls.

Smooth the tendrils with additional pomade if necessary and dress up your look with a feather, barrette or other accessory. Finally, apply a finisher to keep your style in place.

Curly Hair Bow

Gather all of your hair into a pineapple at the top of your head–the higher the ponytail, the prettier the bow!

Take some pieces of hair and wrap it around the ponytail to hide the hair tie.
Split the ponytail in two sections and take some hair from the center of the part–this will serve as the center of your bow.

With the ponytail separated into two, grab the first section and begin rolling the ends back but towards the center of the ponytail.
Once you’ve reached the center, pin the roll with a few bobby pins to secure it in place.

Do the same for the other side!

Take that piece hanging from the ponytail and pull it back above the bow and bobby pin it right behind the bow! If you have pieces hanging, wrap them around the ponytail and pin it down, too! Give your edges a few spritzes of shine spray and smooth them down with a soft brush.