Spring is officially here and a current hairstyle trend is layers. Whether you have straight or curly hair, you can’t go wrong with this style. Recently, I made the big chop and am in love with my layered curly hair cut.
Whether you knew it or not, the big hair trend for 2021 is a la naturale! According to RUSSH.com, this year is all about “fringes, curtain bangs and 70s-style layers. Embracing your natural hair is the mood of the moment.” To inspire your next salon visit, here is my latest haircut for curly hair.
Are you nervous about your first curly hair cut? Maybe you came to this blog looking for layered hairstyle inspiration for the winter season? Read about my salon experience, see my before and after selfies, and let me know how your cut turned out!
UPDATED: 12/02/2020 with new photos! Click the link to scroll to the bottom.
September. The month we all begin to dream about pumpkin spice, hot cider, warm color palettes and leaf peeping. While I love this month for all those reasons, I am excited to start this season with my new curly hairstyle with highlights!
It was a sad day as I strolled into Sanctuary Salon and Spa for my last curly girl cut. In two weeks, Nick and I would be moving to New Hampshire. Taking a plane flight to Cornelius, North Carolina, for a hair cut is a bit out of the question. Although, I have considered it! That’s how much I love my stylist.
The goal for this DevaCurl cut was long lasting shape as I did not know when my next cut would be. Below are the details on how my stylists cut and styled my curls.
Well, it’s been another 12 weeks! I know how fast life is flying by when it’s time for another curly cut.
Oftentimes, I’m asked what styling products I use to make my curls look so good. My answer is simple. It’s all about the curly cut.
Are you looking for inspiration for your next haircut?
How often do you trim or DevaCurl cut your curls?