High voluminous ponytail
There's no such thing as too much volume in our opinion, especially when it comes to a high ponytail. The practical element to this look is that the hair is out of the face, but stays on display. Plus, you can always pull a few sections down by the side to soften the look. Boost your curls' natural body by using Volume Architect by Tecni.ART Volume Architect by Tecni.ART after lightly toweling, then blow dry and tie into a messy high ponytail.
Slick controlled bob
Show you mean business with a sleek and slicked-back bob. With naturally curly hair, don't worry about using curling irons, this look works with gelled-down curls that give it a unique texture. For maximum hold to tame those kinks, Tecni.ART's Fix Max Tecni.ART's Fix Max has you covered.
Middle-part blunt bob
Patty from The Simpsons' iconic hairstyle has had an upgrade. Fed up with your twists unraveling? What if they could be incorporated into a stylish look? Behold the blunt bob with a middle part and combed-out twists that makes the most of natural hair's volume!
Loose but behaved
Keeping your naturally curly hair down while out and about might seem like a bad idea, but it actually can be possible to maintain control as long as you're using the right products. We love the Fix Move gel by Tecni.ART Fix Move gel by Tecni.ART which offers moveable control while remaining light and non-sticky.
Short round afro
If you have kinky or curly hair (3c and above) you should put this standout afro with its retro vibe on your hairstyle list. Easy to manage throughout the day, all you need is to comb out your curls with a pick comb and add hold with a hairspray – we recommend Infinium Pure by L'Oréal Professionnel Infinium Pure by L'Oréal Professionnel, which won't weigh your 'fro down. Regular trims are also important to keep the crisp shape.
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