Hot Hair: 10 Ways To Wear Curls This Fall

If you loved rocking carefree curls this summer and aren't ready to plug in your flat iron just yet, the good news is you can rock wondrous waves, coils and kinks year-round.  Take your curls into fall with a little inspiration from our favorite celeb curl-friends.

Nicole Marie Melton Sep, 19, 2013

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Ombré is still a hot color choice for the fall season and Porsha Stewart rocks this color trend with a twist.  Her curls have golden highlights framing her face, a nice touch for brightening up your look.

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If you loved the look of long waves for summer, an easy modification for fall would be to opt for a chin-length wavy bob.  Kerry Washington's version of this style offers prime versatility and flatters a wide range of face shapes.

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Naturalistas tend to tuck their hair away in the warm summer months, but for fall, feel free to let your halo of kinks loose!  Solange picked out her curls to create a fluffy 'fro, and you should try this look, too. 

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When it gets colder outside, many of us will break out our fall hats to keep warm. Avoid the dreaded "hat head" by finding a hairstyle that has smoother roots and gradually forms curls down the length of your hair, similar to June Ambrose's style.

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Another cute option for curly girls is the twist-out.  Adepero Oduye sports this favorite style among naturalistas. If you need help perfecting your twist-out, try doing a quick search on YouTube. There are tons of tutorials to choose from!

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Elle Varner was naturally fabulous in this super-stretched afro at the BET Awards.  To get the look, blow dry damp hair so that it's slightly stretched, but not fully straight, and brush into the shape of your choice. Be sure to apply a heat-protectant on your hair before using your blow dryer.

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Jurnee Smollett worked the red carpet in these long, tousled curls and peek-a-boo blonde highlights.  If you want to add a few streaks to your own curls this autumn, try strategically placed wefts of honey gold extensions for a low-commitment look. 

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A lot of curly girls are opting for shorter styles this season. Lianne La Havas is the latest star to do the big chop.  To give your cut more flavor, taper the sides and leave the top long for added styling options and flair.

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Jessica White switched up her style in waist-length extensions with chunky waves, a center part and face-framing layers. Recreate this standout style by adding human hair extensions for a fresh new look for the season. We love Indique's Bounce Deep Wave hair.

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