5 Hairstyles For Girls With Curly Hair

Reducing Frizz for Your Child

Reducing frizz for your child may take some trial and error, with techniques like the Curly Girl Method being available as potential solutions. Always ensure your child’s hairdresser cuts it dry to avoid split ends.

Layered Bob

For girls with curly hair, consider opting for a layered bob. This style is flattering for all face shapes and can easily be transformed with braids, buns, or ponytails. Adding balayage highlights or bright dyes can create a dramatic effect.

Messy Lob

The messy lob, also known as the long bob, is a versatile and low-maintenance style. Curly bobs are ideal for creating an effortless dirty look, while straight bobs can be styled to look messy with texturizing pomade or gel. A side part can complement this chic and effortless style.

Romantic Curly Bun

If you love your curls but don’t want longer styles, a curly layered cut can help keep them under control. Layers shape unruly curls, and a side part adds a definition for an elegant and romantic style. This style is perfect for medium-length naturally curly hair.

Curly Pixie

The curly pixie cut is a feminine yet edgy style. Shaved sides and longer strands on top create an eye-catching aesthetic suitable for any occasion. The center strands can be styled sideways for a playful twist.

Curly Layered Lob

Curly layered lobs provide texture and volume while emphasizing the shape of your face. Their asymmetrical proportions draw attention to your facial structure. To tame frizzy curls, try using Ouai’s Nourishing Treatment. Slick-back bobs can create an eye-catching style, and adding caramel highlights enhances sophistication and elegance.