Different Styles for Curly Weaves


Most women choose curly hair weaves because of its relatively low maintenance and variety of style options. Your curly hair can also vary in length; the shorter ones allow you to look more professional, while longer ones showcase your physique more than your face, which is more apt for the flirtatious look. If you want to get either weave, here are some things you need to take into consideration.


One of the most common applications of curly weaves is the free-flowing style, which can be excellent for both informal and formal looks. If you want to take it a bit further, you can turn it into a puffier afro-style by applying a dime-sized amount of hair moisturizer (poured on your fingertip) on completely dry hair.


Start your ponytail look by gathering your hair together to the back of your head; the position will determine the style. For a bouncier ponytail, gather it near the crown of your head. Keep it closer to the nape of your neck for a simpler, more stable style.


Hair color will also play a major role in how your hairstyle will turn out. Determine if you can pull off having your entire head colored or just opt for some highlights here and there. If you’re dyeing your hair yourself, just remember to follow the manufacturer’s instructions.


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