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If you have thick curly hair, chances are you’re constantly brainstorming new ways to wear your natural locks. Because let’s be honest—while your hair’s natural texture is seriously stunning, it can be a bit difficult to work with if you don’t know the right hairstyles to rock. Thankfully, with the help of the right hair styling products and a few trendy hairstyles, sporting your natural hair texture can be a breeze! Keep reading for eight stylish and easy natural hairstyles to try in 2019.
If you’re currently rocking box braids, you already have a gorgeous style to work with. Take your natural hairstyle up a notch by throwing your box braids into a top knot! The braids add texture and detail to this classic hairstyle. Not sure how to create a top knot? Here’s How to Do the Perfect Top Knot.
Upgrade your ponytail and tame your natural locks by creating a textured ponytail! This sleek-meets-curly hairstyle is sure to turn heads for all the right reasons.
What you’ll need:
L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle SLEEK IT Frizz Vanisher Cream
L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle Curve It Curl Taming Cream
L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle LOCK IT Extreme Style Gel
Get the look:
Ready to get to styling? Here’s what to do.
Styling natural hair is all about the prep work. After washing your mane, apply a frizz cream throughout your locks. Then, apply a curl-taming cream to the bottom half of your hair to help keep your curls looking soft and defined.
Allow your hair to air dry, then use a bit of hair gel to slick back the top portion of your hair into a ponytail. You want section of your hair to be smooth and shiny against your forehead, but make sure to leave the lengths of your hair gel-free so you end up with contrasting textures.
Use a hair elastic to secure your hair into a ponytail. Easy!
This fun updo is super easy to recreate and is also a protective hairstyle! Gather your curls on top of your head as if you were going to put your hair into a ponytail. Secure your locks with a scrunchie and pull your hair forward so your strands fall across your forehead. There you go, that’s all there is to it!
French braids look good on all hair types, but they’re a particularly easy way to style natural hair. There’s also room for a bit of personalization, you can choose to weave a single French braid or French braid pigtails! Rusty on your braiding skills? No problem, read our article, Braiding Basics: How to French Braid Your Hair, for a refresh.
Believe it or not, fake mohawk hairstyles are seriously on-trend at the moment. They also look even more stunning when you have textured locks. Head over to our article, How to Rock a Faux Hawk Hairstyle, to get the look.
We’re sure you’re familiar with this hairstyle—but it’s worth the mention! Whether you’re having a bad hair day or simply want to get your hair out of your face, a messy bun is there to save the day (or at least your hair).
Looking for an updo that reflects your fun personality? This is it! Simply create two equally-sized buns at the top of your head and you’re all set! This is another style that looks particularly adorable with curly strands.
Slicked back hair doesn’t have to stop at a textured ponytail! On days where you want your hair tucked away and out of your face, consider a sleek low bun. All you need to do is use some hair gel to slick your locks back, then secure the remainder of your hair in a low bun at the nape of your neck. Use a few bobby pins to secure loose strands and you’ll be ready to face the day.
Want more hairstyling tips for natural hair? Here are The 30 Best Protective Hairstyles for Natural Hair.