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4 Ways To Rock Curled Locks

Don't get it twisted – curly hairstyles aren't all one and the same. We've looked to the runway to find four completely different ways to work a curly 'do.

Siren Waves

Bed hair texture was previously the benchmark of sexy curled hairstyle. However this season there's a shift towards a more refined finish. This new incarnation still retains an effortless quality, albeit with some sophisticated touches. Fresh, glossy hair in excellent condition is a must (try adding L'Oréal Professionnel Mythic Oil Nourishing Shampoo to your hair care regimen) and don't forget to create a deep side part before adding in the big, soft curls.

Beach Vibes

If the beach is basically your second home, you've probably already spent the majority of the summer rocking this beachy wave look. (Especially because it works so brilliantly on post-surf hair!) However being a water baby isn't a pre-requisite for recreating this easy going style – fake your way to the look simply by spritzing on L'Oréal Professionnel Tecni.Art Beach Waves and then scattering some large barrel waves haphazardly through the lengths. Gnarly!

Tight Tendrils

All manner of '90s inspired hairstyles are making a comeback – and this includes super tight tendril curls. This return will be rejoiced by ladies with naturally curly hair who can jump straight on board this trend simply by using a smidge of L'Oréal Professionnel Tecni.Art Dual Stylers Bouncy & Tender Gel to tame any unruliness. Just remember to keep crown volume to a minimum – otherwise you'll steer dangerously close to poodle territory...

Brushed Out

Embracing natural texture is set to be an ongoing theme in 2017 – so expect to see understated hairstyles on the rise. In the curly hairstyle realm, perfectly symmetrical pageant curls have given way to brushed out waves. To recreate this effect, gently run your fingers or a wide tooth comb through the curls to loosen them. That way, you'll retain the semblance of a curl while also encouraging volume.

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