How to Keep Curly Hair Out of Your Face 

If you have curly hair, then you are likely to flaunt it on a regular basis. Curly hair is very versatile and can be styled in many different ways, unlike straight hair. However, curly hair can sometimes get in your face and eyes, which can be quite annoying. If you’re tired of your curly hair getting in your face, causing you to keep swiping your hair away, then here are some tips for keeping it out of the way, so you won’t have to keep pushing it out of the way.

How to keep curly hair out of your face?

As said, it can be quite annoying to constantly have to sweep your hair out of your face. That’s why I have made it my personal mission to help you! The below article will do just that. Below I have put 8 possible ways to keep your curly hair out of your face!

So without further ado:

Get a custom haircut

If your hair is medium length or longer, then it might be difficult to keep your curly hair out of your face, depending on how you wear your hair. One way to fix this problem is to see your hairdresser to request a custom haircut. The haircut can include short bangs, which will keep your hair back and out of your face. The plus is that you get to sport a cool new style at the same time.

Use fashionable hair ties

There are some really cute hair ties out there, and if you’re tired of your curly hair getting in your face, you can purchase some of these hair ties and use them to tie back your hair. You can find hair ties to match just about any outfit that you have, so don’t hesitate to purchase as many as you feel are necessary to go with your wardrobe.

Wear your hair up in a bun

If you have always worn your hair down, you might be pleasantly surprised by how attractive you look and feel by wearing your hair up. If you’ve never put your hair up before, you might want to have it professionally done the first time.

However, it’s not necessary to have your hair professionally done in order to wear it in a bun, as you can watch one or more of the many tutorials available online. These can guide you step-by-step through the process of wearing your hair up, and you might also even find some different ways to wear your hair up that you’ve never considered before.

Use an attractive hair clip

Hair clips can be as fancy or as basic as you desire, and they’re a great way to hold your hair back so that it’s not in your face and eyes. Hair clips are very versatile and can be easily switched to different parts of your hair, depending on your mood and the specific look that you’re trying to achieve. Fancy hair clips can be worn to work, on dates, or when you’re going out for a night on the town, while basic hair clips can be worn anytime.

Put your hair in a ponytail

Whether you use a scrunchie, rubberband, or another tool, wearing your hair is a ponytail can take you back to your youth, while keeping your hair out of your face at the same time. There are numerous colors and styles of ponytail holders to choose from. Of course, the longer your hair is, the easier it will be to wear your hair in a ponytail.

Choose different ponytails

Ponytails are definitely not one size fits all, and in order to find the perfect ponytail, you may need to experiment. You can try a single ponytail on the back of your head, a ponytail on the top of your head, or even on the side. Don’t hesitate to pair your ponytails with some attractive hair accessories so you can enhance your overall appearance without having to worry about your hair getting in your face.

Choose a different hairstyle

Some hairstyles will automatically cause your hair to go in your face, especially if you have curls that are all over, on the sides, and in the front. And don’t go outside on a windy day, because it will constantly blow all in your face.

However, if you choose a different hairstyle that does not require your hair on your face, then it won’t be necessary to use any tools to keep your hair back. If the weather is breezy, you may still have a problem with your hair getting in your face, but only while you’re outdoors.

Braid your hair

Braiding your hair is an excellent way to keep it out of your face. If you don’t know how to braid, then you can seek out a friend or relative who can braid it for you, so you don’t have to worry about your curly hair repeatedly getting in your face.

Depending on how you opt to braid your hair, it can be a great way to wear your hair in a different way, while simultaneously looking cute. You can watch various instructional videos online that can teach you to braid your hair, in case you can’t find a friend to help.

Experiment with different braids

There are many different ways to braid your hair, so instead of focusing on keeping your hair out of your face, you should focus on finding styles that you think would look best on you. You could opt for a single large braid down the middle of your head, or even two braids with a part in the middle.

Another possibility is to wear your hair down and simply pull the sides and top of your hair back and braid it. The sky is the limit when it comes to the different braided styles you can choose from, so be sure to search on Pinterest and similar sites before deciding on one style.

Use hairspray

Once you style your hair in the morning, if you use hairspray on it, your hair will harden and stay in place. Therefore, you won’t have to worry about your curly hair being bothersome by getting in your face all day long.

There are different types of hairspray to choose from, and if you don’t like your hair to feel hard and crunchy, be sure to get a light-hold hair spray. A light holds hair spray should be enough to keep your hair out of your face, but not so strong that it makes your hair feel hard to the touch.

Conclusion

There is no reason to be constantly annoyed by having your curly hair get in your face and eyes, as there are many ways to hold your curly hair back so it’s not in your way. Regardless of which method or methods you choose in order to keep your hair out of your face, you might discover some great new hairstyles that you may have never discovered had you not been trying to keep your hair out of your face.