Depending on the way your hair is curly, a style like this will look a little different on each person.
Having wavy hair gives you natural volume; play it up with product and texture to create a robust top.
This neat quiff with tapering edges is a terrific illustration of how a polished hairstyle can be worn casually.
This winged wavy quiff is a less extreme variation on the statement haircut made known by A Flock of Seagulls.
With its waves and shaved neckline, this cut may be a more socially acceptable alternative to the mullet.
If you don't want to spend hours blow-drying your hair, this style looks best when you let your natural curls do their thing.
This haircut celebrates youth. Clean sides and tapering temples give a sleek, friendly style.
Pushing hair out of the face is sleek and fierce. Shiny blonde hair highlights the waves.
As the name implies, the fade focuses on the temples while the back and sides are left longer.
Square and angular faces complement the side-pushed quiff. These rounded sides balance angular faces.