20 Spectacular Textured Hairstyles
Textured Hairstyle Lookbook
A voluminous, round afro that celebrates natural curls and provides a cloud-like aesthetic.
A style achieved by twisting strands of damp or dry hair and then allowing them to set before unraveling for defined curls.
Small, coiled buns scattered throughout the hair, offering a mix of texture and sculptural aesthetic.
Individual plaits divided by small, square-shaped hair parts, often adorned with beads or shells.
Tightly braided rows of hair lying against the scalp, which can be designed in various patterns.
Hair is braided and then wrapped with additional hair to create long, loc-like strands.
Flat Twist Updo
Hair twisted close to the scalp and styled upward, often into a bun or pompadour.
Tight, spring-like coils formed into a voluminous afro shape.
Twists created using wavy hair extensions, providing a bohemian, beachy vibe.
Curly hair pulled into a high, loose ponytail at the crown, letting the curls fall over the head.
Wash and Go
Natural curls defined with gel or cream and allowed to air dry, showcasing the natural curl pattern.
Defined curls created by applying a generous amount of gel and using fingers to define and set each curl.
Thin, uniform locks created using a special tool, offering a lightweight and versatile loc’d style.
Large, chunky twists, often created using extensions for added length and volume.
TWA (Teeny Weeny Afro)
A super short afro that showcases the natural curl pattern.
Twists created using chunky sections of hair, providing a fuller, more voluminous look than traditional two-strand twists.
A large braid that wraps around the head, forming a “crown.”
Small, tightly coiled curls achieved through finger coiling or using a small rod
Two buns placed at the top corners of the head, often with loose curls cascading down.
A high ponytail of natural curls, creating a puff-like silhouette at the crown of the head.