Naturally curly hair on its own is quite striking, but when combined with a sultry brunette color, the results are fierce. The key to always rocking enviable curls is all about how you choose to wear them because some styles are more flattering to your curly texture than others. Your selected hairstyle should complement your curls without adding any unwanted frizz or puffiness. It should also highlight the richness of your dark brown hair color.
Edgy and fashion forward, a wavy bob is a fabulous hairstyle for your naturally curly hair because it celebrates the natural texture. A bob can fall anywhere between the chin and the bottom of the neck, so the length you choose is all about personal preference. To create the wavy texture, you could simply brush out your curls, use an iron, or twist your damp hair, let then it set overnight and unravel in the morning before finger-combing. The soft wave pattern also highlights the deep-brown color of your hair.
The best way to spice up a pixie haircut is to wear it with your naturally curly, dark brown hair. Many pixie styles are smooth and lie flat on the head, but when you add texture to it, the style instantly gets a big dose of personality. Now some curly-haired cuties may feel that hair kept this short resembles a cotton ball, but it doesn't have to. The key to avoiding this hair don't is to add layers and apply an anti-frizz serum to hair while it's wet.
Mid-length hair is great for naturally curly locks because sometimes when it's longer, it can have a weighed-down appearance. Keeping your hair shoulder-length or slightly above is also much easier to manage than longer styles. This look succeeds due to the incorporation of layers because they add movement to your curls and thin them out to eliminate bulk. Your raven-colored strands are sure to cause more than a few heads to turn after a glimpse of this hot hairstyle.
Adding a rock-star spin to the classic style, a textured shag is a fierce way to embrace your naturally curly hair. Longer in the back and shorter in the front, a shag is all about face-framing layers and plenty of movement. The curls of your dark-brown hair give the shag a dose of drama, but they should not overwhelm. To avoid this, hair should be generously layered, with no addition curls or waves applied.