We would like to dedicate this love poem to our curls.
Whether you're using a curling wand to create thick, bouncy curls, or you're studying up on how to amp up your own natural curl pattern, you'll find all the inspiration you'll ever need with these 55 screenshot-worthy styles, ahead.
Rae's perfect sphere of kinky curls keeps her slicked-back ponytail from feeling too stiff or severe.
Big, voluminous, and straight-up glorious, Dunn's thick, shoulder-skimming curls are a thing of disco dreams (but without the teased and hairsprayed nightmare).
Please bow down to Nova's super-natural (and, honestly, supernatural) curls, which prove that frizz is anything but a bad word.
Part ponytail and part topknot, Nyong'o's 'do is a curly sculpture. We'd suggest recreating this look at home, but unless you can finagle some sliver wrap and a zillion bobby-pins and combs, we'll leave this to the inspo boards, instead.
"But I can't cut my hair short! I have curly h—" is what you were about to say, before you saw Corbero's insanely gorgeous curly pixie, which is the very definition of tousled and messy.
It's hard to compete with a sparkly rhinestone suit, but the messy bangs and full curls easily hold their own.
No one does hair accessories better than Janelle Monáe, and we're hooked on the cascade of tight curls spilling out from her hat.
If you're too busy to be bothered with anything hovering in your peripheral vision, sweep and pin your bangs straight back, and curl your shortest layers back to keep the rest of your hair away from your face.
Striking without looking cartoon-ish, Keough's fiery red color is anything but boring.
A healthy amount of long layers keeps this look from feeling too heavy, while a good diffuser adds definition to her long curls.
The bouncy medium curls are par for the course, but the long, slightly shiny, wet-look bangs are something to experiment with when you're out of dry shampoo.
The Jourdan Dunn version of "business in front, party in the back": a sleek crown and brushed-out curls at the back.
Further proof that the lob works in every iteration, even with thick, brushed-out curls.
Growing out dark roots isn't as scary as it looks. Case in point: these two-tone spirals swept up in an Ariana Grande-esque high ponytail.
Here's a retro Betty Boop style that works especially well with Hudgens' face shape.
Throwback to Kate Hudson in her Almost Famous days, wearing her hair in buoyant spirals that are pinned back in an updo. Prospective brides, take note.
Yes, this is Rihanna strutting down the street with the auburn bedhead hair you've always dreamed of.
Growing out a piece-y uneven bob or pixie cut is infinitely easier when you curl up those loose ends. Just think: more shape, less pinning and tucking.
Taking volume to new heights, Clemons channels disco darlings like Diana Ross with this gorgeous teased-out style.
A large-barrel curling iron is all you need to pull off Madonna's va-va-voom moment seen here (and don't forget to curl away from the face for that angular flick by her eyes).
With this Mozart-era volume, the middle part is crucial for keeping Newton's more-is-more curls out of her line of sight.
If you don't have naturally curly hair like Messing's, spritz liberally with sea salt spray and scrunch it up (or sleep on half-wet braided hair) for this flowing, bedhead effect.
For Solange's nebulous curls, braid wet hair and let it dry overnight. Undo in the morning and style as desired. And don't forget to #embracethefrizz.
Taking a note from bombshell Charlie's Angel Farrah Fawcett, Aguilera curls her hair away from the face for a '70s-era face-frame.
Okay, we've seen good hair days before, but there's seriously not a stray hair out of place in Cruz's satiny medium-barrel curls. HOW.
To achieve Nicki's texture-for-days corkscrews, use a diffuser when you blow out your hair and fluff, fluff, fluff.
If Grecian goddesses had crimping irons, they would be wearing this half pinned, half-undone look. Pin back your hair or sweep hair back in a loose bun, leaving a few shorter pieces out to air.
Working with her natural texture, Shakira lightens up her uber-defined curls with blonde highlights that make her hair look like it's practically glowing from within.
When you've already mastered perfect barrel waves like these, the golden highlights that accent each little curl are just the frosting on top.
Tight corkscrew curls can be tough to work with when your hair is longer, which is why we're all about this cropped shape that resembles a wild burst of curls on top of Garner's head. *Cue the Beyoncé track*
Proof that the pixie can look amazing with curly texture, Tautou shows us how to style the super short cut the French way (the less styling, the better).
Throwing back to the corkscrew curls Taylor Swift of her early career, the edgy modern version (with a very of-the-moment lob plus eye-skimming bangs) looks just as fierce.
When you've got naturally curly hair like Corinne Bailey Rae's (the envy!), play. it. up. by teasing it and piling it over to one side, like this chic, textured wave.
Pressed for time but want to keep your fine hair from falling flat? Try a curl that starts mid-way down your hair and wraps into loose ringlets.
Creamy highlights, mermaid curls, can't lose.
Keri Russell has always boasted some of the best natural texture, like this unfussy spray of curls. If you're not blessed with #IWokeUpLikeThis waves, try spritzing some salt spray in your hair and sleeping in a braid.
One of the world's most flattering looks? We'll say so. Try loose waves and a half-updo like Bella Thorne's when you want to feel like a princess on your next date night.
For short haired ladies with curls to spare, try slicking it back or tying it in a loose bun.
When you're blessed with cascade of beautifully defined curls, play with proportions by adding a simple top knot as the centerpiece.