Prom curly hairstyles can be elegant and playful at the same time. Whether you work with your natural texture or create curls with rollers or a curling iron, these fresh looks will make the most out of your ringlets. Here are 5 beautiful options of prom curly hairstyles to enhance your appearance!
Low Curly Bun
A low curly bun is a simple prom curly hairstyle that is easy to create without the need for a hair stylist. This style would work well with a conservative prom dress.
If your long curly hair is normally worn wild and free, tame it on prom night to create a sophisticated new look. Ask your stylist to give you a bit of the glam seen in old Hollywood at a much longer length, the look seen on a mermaid. Mermaid hair is long and flowing, but with huge waves and soft curves that are romantic and controlled. A mermaid hairstyle usually has a prominent side part from which waves flow down. The first wave can serve as a side bang, if desired, or can fall behind the ear. Your prom mermaid coif can drape to one side of the face for even more glam effect.
Down and Loose
Here’s the other options of prom curly hairstyles; Down and Loose. No matter your hair length, loose and unrestricted curls are playful and romantic and set you apart from a room filled with straight hair styles. If you have challenges with your hair, make sure you plan plenty of time to meet with your stylist to consider a new cut that supports your curl. Long layers help balance the weight and volume of curly hair making air-dry styling a breeze. To wear an impeccable prom curly hairstyle, work a leave in conditioner thoroughly from scalp to ends after lightly towel-drying hair. Next, apply a generous amount of a grooming cream that fights frizz while adding moisture. The key to keeping curls shiny is to ensure they are well hydrated. Work tendrils around your finger throughout the drying time and lightly scrunch at your scalp. Touch up any remaining strands with a curling iron and your curls are ready for the dance floor.
Curly updos add texture and volume to otherwise classic styles, making the timeless French twist interesting and the graceful bun organic and artful. If you want a loose updo, consider haphazardly working your hair into a knot, ball, or twist and allowing loose pieces to gently fall. Curly updos look best when locks are allowed to move freely, rather than be restricted into a shape. Take a look at some of your favorite updo inspirations, and then apply them to your style with less structure and shape.
Braided Curly Updos
There are many options for creating a braided curly updo. You can choose to french-braid the top part of your hair, leaving the rest curly and unbraided, and then pin it up. You can also braid small sections of your hair, and incorporate them into your curly updo style, which will give your curly updo a romantic, old-fashioned flavor. Finally, you can braid a one-inch section of your hair on one side of your face and wrap it all the way around to your other ear, securing it with bobby pins. The rest of your hair may be tucked around this braid, or it can be left curly and loose for a partial updo effect.
To achieve the best styles, use only high-quality hair products. These will help your curls hold longer and will moisturize them better. Because heat styling can damage your hair, rub a moisturizing serum through your hair before applying hot rollers, hair dryers and/or curling irons. Finally, be sure to trim your ends regularly (every 4 to 6 weeks), as dry, dead ends resist curling.
The Example Style of Prom Curly Hairstyles
Curls are romantic,stunning,Â flirtatious, and beautiful. Check out different prom curly hairstylesÂ for a glamorous look for your special night.