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Natural, Voluminous Curls Make a Statement on 2017 Runways

by Elizabeth Jakaitis | June 1, 2017
Zendaya’s soft and full texture was youthful and glamorous at the 2017 Met Gala.
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Zendaya’s soft and full texture was youthful and glamorous at the 2017 Met Gala.
Game of Thrones actress Nathalie Emmanuel rocked an asymmetrical cut at the 2017 Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
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Game of Thrones actress Nathalie Emmanuel rocked an asymmetrical cut at the 2017 Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Strategically-placed highlights made Halle Berry’s curls pop at the 2017 Annual Academy Awards.
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Strategically-placed highlights made Halle Berry’s curls pop at the 2017 Annual Academy Awards.
During the press tour for The Shallows, Blake Lively’s stylist Rod Ortega used a curling iron to enhance her natural texture into high-volume ringlets.
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During the press tour for The Shallows, Blake Lively’s stylist Rod Ortega used a curling iron to enhance her natural texture into high-volume ringlets.
Zendaya’s soft and full texture was youthful and glamorous at the 2017 Met Gala.
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Zendaya’s soft and full texture was youthful and glamorous at the 2017 Met Gala.
Game of Thrones actress Nathalie Emmanuel rocked an asymmetrical cut at the 2017 Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
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Game of Thrones actress Nathalie Emmanuel rocked an asymmetrical cut at the 2017 Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Strategically-placed highlights made Halle Berry’s curls pop at the 2017 Annual Academy Awards.
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Strategically-placed highlights made Halle Berry’s curls pop at the 2017 Annual Academy Awards.
During the press tour for The Shallows, Blake Lively’s stylist Rod Ortega used a curling iron to enhance her natural texture into high-volume ringlets.
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During the press tour for The Shallows, Blake Lively’s stylist Rod Ortega used a curling iron to enhance her natural texture into high-volume ringlets.

This spring, Michelle Obama was spotted wearing her natural texture, and the internet immediately rejoiced. During her eight years as First Lady, she always wore her hair straightened and sleek, but the reaction to a single candid shot of her natural curls is just one example of how big, beautiful texture is celebrated.

In the past year, many celebrities have been attending formal events with ampedup curls rather than the controlled styles and updos that often rule red carpets. From brushed out, cloud-like texture to ’80s-inspired ringlets, big texture has been a runway and red carpet favorite lately.

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