Curls for a Cure® Pink Curl Extension Style Guide

Thursday, 9 October 2014, 13:34 | Category : Accessories, Curls for a Cure, Style
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The Curls for a Cure Pink Curl Extension is such a simple and easy way to show your support for the fight against breast cancer. If you’ve already purchased a Pink Curl (or are thinking about it), here are a few ideas for showing your support with your curls!
Two-Strand Twist
For all textures, you can create a two-stand twist with the hair of the extension and your own curls. You can leave it like that or pin it back into your curls with a bobby pin.

Create a Pink Curl Braid
You can never go wrong with a braid. For loose or classic curls, you can incorporate the Pink Curl Extension into a braid to give it added texture. We tend to favor a messier, effortless look, as shown here on stylist Mirsada from our NYC Flagship Salon.


You can also keep it simple by braiding the extension itself and using it as a headband.

Fake a Tight Curl
The extension comes as a classic curl that fits perfectly with loose or classic patterns, but say you want to blend it into your unique curl pattern. You can quickly alter the texture of the Pink Curl without heat tools – since it’s synthetic – by using perm rods. As shown here, wrap the hair around the rod and twist it on itself as you do. Carefully dip into hot water for a few seconds, then let the hair air dry. Once it’s unraveled, you’ve got yourself a tight curl.

Create a Kinky Curl
For even tighter textures and kinky coils, use a similar method as above. Instead of a perm rod, weave the hair of the extension over and under through a bobby pin. You can then secure it with a small rubber band or hair-tie, dip into hot water and let dry. To remove the bobby pin, you can gently slide it up and through the curl. Carefully pull the curl apart – you can separate the hair to make it as big as you want!

Who says you can’t show your support in a fun and chic way?! We want to see your Pink Curl selfies! For every selfie tagged #CurlsForACure, we’ll donate $1 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

See all of the Pink Curl selfies and share your stories on!

The Best Winter Hats for Curly Hair 2014


Are you in between visits to the salon? Or perhaps just looking for stylish yet practical hats this season? Well curl friends, consider this your lucky day!

I’ve rounded up my top three hat types this season that will keep you warm without leaving your hair frumpy, flat or frizzy.


The Curly Winter Hat Dilemma!

Thursday, 12 January 2012, 9:00 | Category : Accessories
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As the mercury continues to drop, it’s important to keep your head warm!

Check out these curl friendly styles from around the web that we are loving this season.

Reach your destination in style with your curls still defined…

What styles work best for your hair in the winter? Share your finds with us too!


For the Fashionista: Bianca Wool Hat via

A Curl Friendly Classic: The Wool Beret via

Cute and Casual: The Shearing Trapper hat via

Snow Bunny Chic: Cable Knit Pom Pom via