Best 25 curly hairstyles for African Americans that you can try with confidence

How to wear a simple and unique student girl hairstyle

In the morning, when you are ready to go to school, do you want to wear a simple, time-consuming but unique and beautiful hairstyle that will make you stand out in school? Here are a few hairstyles that will go with every style of dress and suit every hair type. Before you head off to school, take a few minutes to fix your hair!

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Method
1
Beveled Braids

1
Brush your hair to one side of your body, left or right.

2
Braid your hair to just below your shoulders, either loosely or tightly.

3
Tie the braid tightly with a hair tie or bobby pin to prevent it from falling out.

Method
2
Cross Clip Hair

1
Choose two clusters of hair from the top of your head and comb them back. It is best to choose two clusters of hair near the face to look pretty.

2
Cross the two clusters of hair at the back of your head. After crossing, pin the two clusters of hair with bobby pins.

3
Leave the rest of your hair natural. You can curl or straighten the rest of your hair, or just wear it naturally.

Method
3
Fishtail braid

1
Divide your hair into two halves. Comb it carefully without tangles.
2
Take out a lock of hair from the right side and braid it into the left half of the hair. Pick out a lock of hair from the outer part of the right side and cross it with the left side. For a more complicated braid, pick less hair from the right side.

3
Take a lock of hair from the left and weave it into the right half of the hair. Pick out a lock of hair from the outer part of the right side and cross it with the left side.

4
Continue braiding back and forth in a crisscrossing pattern. Keep braiding until you see the fishtail shape at the end of your hair.

5
Tie the braid tightly with a hair tie.

Method
4
Make curls with a stocking bun

1
Cut off the toe part of the old stocking. It is best to use a long stocking. Roll up the socks from end to end in a donut shape.

2
Spray water on your hair. Spray your hair with water and dry it in the rolled socks to make it curly.

3
Tie your hair into a high ponytail and tighten it with a rubber band. Pass the ponytail through the rolled sock.

4
Curl your hair along the sock. Starting at the end of your hair, curl your hair along the sock little by little, taking care to tuck the bottom of your hair underneath the sock. Repeat this step until you have curled your hair to cover the sock.

5
Tie the bottom of the bun tightly. You can use rubber bands or bobby pins to tie it tightly.

6
Leave your hair tied and let it dry. You can sleep with your hair in a stocking bun or go for a walk.

7
Unwrap the bun. Take out the stocking and spread the bun so that your hair is slightly curled and you can spray it with gel to set it.

Method
5
Traditional Ponytail

1
Consider whether you want to wear a messy ponytail or a neat and tidy one. If you want to wear a neat ponytail, you need to comb your hair carefully and make it as straight as possible. Of course, a messy ponytail is just as cute, so just keep your hair naturally fluffy.

2
Comb your hair to the back of your head. It can be high, low, or medium.

3
Comb your hair with a comb to prevent tangles. Tie your ponytail with a comb or directly with your fingers. If you want to wear a messy ponytail, you don’t have to worry about clumps.

4
Tighten the ponytail with a hair tie. Tie your hair tightly with a hair tie to make sure your ponytail doesn’t fall apart. Simple or cute and fancy hair strings can be used, whatever you like. You can also wear a hairband to enhance the beauty of your hair.

5
Wrap a small amount of hair around the ponytail. Take a small amount of hair from the ponytail, wrap it around the hair rope and pin it down with a bobby pin. This will cover up the hair strings and make it more elegant.
It is recommended to use bobby pins that match your hair color so that it doesn’t look out of place.
If you want to make the ponytail look more lively and playful, you can use colored hair bands or bows instead of hair ropes, or just wrap another layer of hair bands around the hair rope to cover it.

Method
6
Basic Round Bun

1
A messy beauty ball head. Comb your hair into a neat ponytail and put it up. Secure the bun with a hair tie, and then feel free to pull out any fine hair from the bun to make it slightly messy.

2
Dynamic coiffure. Tie your hair up according to the steps of combing a ponytail, and pay attention when winding the hair rope, only two full turns, and half of the third turn, do not pull the hair completely out of the hair rope. Feel free to pull out some hair if necessary to show slightly messy and dynamic.

3
A clean and elegant bun. Take a small portion of hair from the top of your head and tie it up in the second way above. The rest of the hair is divided evenly into two parts, and the right half of the hair is coiled around the bun and tied tightly, as is the left half. If you want to look cute and playful, you can decorate your hair with some small flowers or bows.

Method
7
Half-layer ponytail

1
Divide your hair into two layers, one at the top and one at the bottom.

2
Tie up the top layer of hair. Comb the top layer of hair to the back of your head and tie it into a ponytail, looping it tightly with a hair tie.

3
Leave the bottom half of your hair loose. Straighten or curl the bottom half of your hair, or leave it in its natural puffy state.

4
Finally, clip on some colorful hair clips or wear a hair band.

Method
8
Braided Hair

1
Part your hair. Either a medium or partial parting is fine, only the latter looks more mature. Comb your hair without tangles.

2
Part your hair into two halves. Hold one half in place with clips or tie it tightly with a hair tie and deal with it later.

3
Braid the untied half first. Once it is done, braid the other half that was previously tied up.

Method
9
Twisted half ponytail

1
Separate your hair into two layers, one at the top and one at the bottom.

2
Tie up the top layer of hair, taking care to leave a tuft of hair on each side. Comb the top layer of hair to the back of the head and tie it into a ponytail, tightening it with a hair tie. Leave a tuft of hair on each side of your head.

3
Twist and wrap the two tufts of hair around the back of the head. Twist the two tufts of hair tightly to form a twist and secure them with bobby pins in the ponytail’s hairline area.

Method
10
Stocking Bun

1
Cut off the toe part of the old socks. It is best to use long socks. Roll up the socks from end to end in the shape of a doughnut.

2
Tie your hair into a high ponytail and tie it tightly with a rubber band. Pass the ponytail through the rolled socks.

3
Curl your hair along the sock. Starting at the end of your hair, curl your hair little by little along the sock, taking care to tuck the bottom of your hair underneath the sock. Repeat this step until you have curled your hair to cover the sock.

4
Tie the bottom of the bun tightly. You can use rubber bands or bobby pins to tie it tightly.

5
Spray some gel to set the hair.

Method
11
Angled ponytail

1
You can choose to wear a neat and tidy or a messy, angled ponytail. If you want to wear the former, you need to spend some time straightening your hair first. If you want to wear the former, you will need to straighten your hair first. A messy, angled ponytail is also cute, so just keep your hair naturally fluffy.

2
Brush all your hair to one side of your body. Either left or right side is fine.

3
Tie your hair in a ponytail behind and under your ears. The bottom of the ponytail should fall below your shoulders.

4
Tie the ponytail with a rubber band.

5
If needed, use gel or bobby pins to secure broken hair.

Method
12
Basic frontal hair

1
Tie your hair up. You can put it in a ponytail or put it up.

2
Tie your bangs together. If you don’t have bangs, pull out two strands of hair from around your forehead.

3
Twist your hair twice and brush it back. This will make your hair look more voluminous and shapely.

4
Clip in the bobby pins. Keep your hair twisted, pin it in place and spray it with water or hairspray.

5
Smooth your hair towards your forehead so that it rises slightly on top of your head for a sleek and stylish look.

Method
13
American rock star style frontal hair

1
Comb your hair. Be careful not to get any tangles and keep your hair smooth.

2
Tie your hair into 3 small ponytails. Leave a portion of hair at the top of your head and tie the rest into a ponytail in three equal parts from top to bottom.

3
Untie the first ponytail and comb it backwards. Tightly straighten your hair and backcomb your hair from the ends to the roots to make it look voluminous and textured, stopping when your hair stands up.

4
Hold your hair with bobby pins near the top of your head. You can spray some gel to set the style.

5
Comb up any hair that was not tied up before. Use a comb to gently brush back the loose hair over the hair that was standing up after being backcombed.

6
Undo all the ponytails and straighten the hair back.

Method
14
Multi-layered ponytail

1
Divide your hair into four layers. Arrange the four layers one by one in a straight line from the top of the head to the nape of the neck.

2
Tie the first layer into a ponytail.

3
Tie the second layer of hair into a ponytail and tie it together with the first layer.

4
Tie the remaining two layers of hair in the same way as above. This will make your hair look more lively and interesting than a regular ponytail.

Method
15
Upgraded frontal hair

1
Comb the hair. Be careful not to get any tangles and keep your hair smooth.

2
Tie your hair into 3 small ponytails. Leave a portion of hair at the top of your head and divide the rest into three equal parts from top to bottom and tie it into a ponytail, arranging it from top to bottom.

3
Untie the first ponytail and comb it backwards. Tightly straighten your hair and backcomb your hair from the ends to the roots to make it look voluminous and textured, stopping when your hair stands up.

4
Spray gel to set the hair.

5
Comb up any hair that was not tied up before. Using a comb, gently brush back the loose hair over the hair that stood up after the previous backcombing.

6
Loosen the rest of your ponytail and brush your hair back together. You can wear your hair in a ponytail or in a bun. Like this, put your hair in a ponytail and you’re ready to go.

Tips
If you want to straighten your hair after a shower, make sure to do it after it is fully dry, otherwise it will take at least an hour for your hair to straighten.
Don’t spray too much gel, it makes your hair hard to comb and destroys the ozone layer! Also, too much spray will make your hair look greasy, which you won’t like.
Don’t spray too much gel, it makes your hair hard to comb and destroys the ozone layer! Also, too much spray will make your hair look greasy and you will not like it.
You can spray some gel or hairspray on your hair during the process of making it curly, which will extend the hold.
If you want your hair to look curly when you braid it, try a curling iron. You don’t need to curl your hair to have beautiful curls.
You can tighten your hair before tying it in a ponytail, and then tie it with a hair rope. (Don’t worry, tightening your hair will not make it curly)
If you don’t want to curl your hair, you can braid it into a twist before you go to bed, and then wake up the next day and unravel your hair to make it curly. If you want to become straight again, you can use shampoo and conditioner to wash your hair, and then repeatedly comb and blow dry it. Spray some gel for long-lasting hold.

You need to prepare
Hair bands
Hair clips/bands
A comb
Gel or spray plastic
Conditioner/shampoo
Mirror

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