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The ladies at NaturallyCurly.com know more than a thing or two about how to handle spirals of all shapes and sizes. Here, they relay their smart advice for managing frizz-prone hair at a (likely humid) all-day music fest. Don’t let the weather get in the way of rocking out to your favorite band!
You really can’t go wrong with a turban headband. You can wear your curly hair down, in a braid, or even in a topknot. This ‘do shows off your hair’s texture while adding a boho pop of color. For the tousled wave look, wash and airdry your hair, followed with a volumizing mousse like this one from Ojon.
This story was originally published on NaturallyCurly.com
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Take a cue from Brazilian model Paula Almeida and channel your flower child by placing large daisies at the front of your head. Use real or artificial flowers to create this dainty and delicate look.
Make like Taylor Swift and part your curly locks down the middle then place a headband to rest towards the top of your forehead. For added texture, try a fishtail braid-out.
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Start by creating a French braid that leads into a side bun at the nape of the neck. Variations include turning your French braid into a French twist and moving the bun’s location to either the center of your head or towards the side (so that you can see it from the front).
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If you’re a fan of the exotic, bohemian look try wearing a beaded chain headdress. Pick one with a powerful centerpiece and position it in the middle of your forehead to create an aesthetically and symmetrically pleasing look.
Pair a flower and a bobby pin together to create the ultimate casual-yet-feminine look: After throwing your hair into a messy bun with a few face-framing strands, secure a few flowers next to your bun with bobby pins.
A fauxhawk is a fierce choice for a fun-filled day at a music festival. Wear this ‘do with something edgy, like combat boots and large aviator sunglasses, to complete the tough-as-nails look.
If it gets too hot to have your hair on your neck, wrap it up in a turban or scarf. Or pack one in a pattern that matches your outfit in case you get overheated half way through a set.
Have a Princess Leia moment at your next concert by accessorizing your hair with this cute daisy bun set.
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Drumroll for the hairstyle that looks great in each-and-every situation—the perfectly picked-out afro! If you’re prone to a thick and full afro, your unique hair is the object of much envy. Take it and run with it!
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