What are you curious about when it comes to short, curly hairstyles? What questions do you have?
Well, when it comes to short, curly hairstyles, people are curious. Mainly because there are so many different hairstyles and so many ways that you can play with them…but short curly hairstyles are a bit harder to deal with and a lot of people don’t know the best way to style them.
First of all, you want your hair to be thinned out. Make sure it isn’t TOO thinned out, but that it is enough that you don’t have the weird triangle-hair thing going on. You know—where your hair is fluffy at the bottom and clinging to your head because of the sheer volume. When you thin it out, this problem is eliminated.
Next, when you have short curly hairstyles in mind, you need to try and use products that will help to keep your curls in place—and make frizz stay far away. Try to make sure that you also keep your hair a little bit longer than a normal short hairstyle—it’ll make it way easier to keep your hair from getting frizzy. You can also use a little bit of gel or mousse or anti-frizz…try out a few products until you find one that works for you.
It’s best to have your hair thinned instead of layered. This means that there’s less of a change that your hair will frizz and look weird and untamable. Also, do what you can to prevent any heat damage while styling or blow drying your short, curly hairstyles. This is another thing that will help you as far as frizz goes.