Short hairstyles can lift the face, accentuate the eyes, and make women look younger. If hair is thick or curly, they can even be low maintenance. Trying out a short style is easy with short curly weaves. People can decide if they like the style before altering their own hair. The weave can also protect their own hair from daily styling with heat and chemicals. A weave using human hair that is naturally wavy, such as a peruvian weave, means the hair will not have to be blow dried, curled, or sprayed with added products to keep the bounce.


Curly weaves that use virgin hair can be refreshed with running fingers through wet hair. It really can be that simple. Adding volume to thin hair will also make a short style easier to maintain. Full bangs, for example, or a short bob that is thick, will not need a flat-iron to smooth it, or sprays to make it shiny. Wash the hair as needed, place it into a satin cap while sleeping, and paddle brush it smooth in the morning. No heat, no damage, and no time wasted on styling.

Brazilian human hair is the best type for wavy and curly weaves because it is naturally available in a natural body and deep wave, as well as a deep, kinky, and Afro curl. Peruvian hair is the next best because it is also available in a few different wavy and curly styles. It will also cost less because less bundles are needed for a full look, due to the natural thickness of the hair. Malaysian hair is a great option because it will hold waves and curls without needing added styling products. Some heat may be needed originally, but the style will last longer than it would with other types of human hair.

Another advantage to a short style weave is that it can be changed up easily when the weave has to be taken out. If the first style does not seem to flatter the face, for example, try a side part when the weave has to be redone in a few months. Color some of the hair for highlights, or a contrasting look like a streak of blue or purple. Have some fun and give your own hair a break from all that heat and styling.