How do you wear your curls to a summer party? Is it the same way you wear your curls to work? If you want to spice things up for your next night out, we have three fun hairstyles for three different curl patterns.

Susonnah has Type 2B waves and most days she wears them in a wash and go, but for this look she gave her natural waves more definition with a wand, Pure Hair Oil for shine and an adorable flower crown. Fran has a mix of Type 3A and 3B curls, and she used Smoothing Serum and flexi rods to achieve big barrel curls - without heat! And Amanda has Type 4A coils, and she created large ringlets with Styling Foam and teased them out for bombshell volume.

Get the Look: Loose Waves with Flower Crown

  1. Apply Black Vanilla Hair Smoothie. Leave in while creating flower crown
  2. Rinse the Hair Smoothie out
  3. Spray Black Vanilla Leave-In Conditioner & blow dry
  4. Seal moisture with Black Vanilla Pure Hair Oil
  5. Wrap 1 inch pieces around wand in different directions
  6. Rake fingers through to give fullness

Get the Look: Flawless Corkscrew Curls

  1. Cleanse and condition hair with Sacred Tiare Sulfate Free-Shampoo and Conditioner
  2. Spray the lightweight Sacred Tiare Leave-In for tangle free tresses
  3. Blow dry each section with spiral brush & nozzle on end of blow-dryer
  4. Massage onto hair the Sacred Tiare Smoothing Serum
  5. Put flexi rods into your hair, leaving on for 3 hours or overnight
  6. Remove flexi reds and lightly tease to get a full retro look.

Get the Look: Teased-Out Curls

  1. Cleanse and condition with Hair Milk Cleansing Conditioner
  2. Separate hair into mid-sized areas and generously massage Hair Milk Original Leave-In Conditioner into sections
  3. Comb out each section, and then apply Hair Milk Styling Foam to each section
  4. Roll each section to the side with flexi rods, rolling inward towards the scalp. Twist flexi rods to hold shape.
  5. Sit under dryer for a couple of hours.
  6. Once dry, remove the flexi-rods and tease out from the root, as you prefer.
  7. Separate the curls and create a side part.
  8. Take a small section near the part and

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