Even the curliest of hair can have an emo look, given that you style the cut correctly and maintain it well. As curly hair is unruly and emo is about lines and asymmetrical cuts, staying on top of your coif remains of highest priority for your emo lifestyle. Think about applying a relaxant to your curls if they become too much and emo remains the style you want.
Cut a Lot of Bangs
As an emo kid, you get to have a lot of fun with your hair. Almost all emo styles include a hefty chunk of bangs, and your curly hair is no exception. Cut a dramatic bunch of bangs. The amount cut should feel thick in your hands and cover about one-third of the top of your head. There is no such thing as wispy bangs when you've decided to go emo. Relax your bangs for a real emo look. Relaxing your bangs may help them to cooperate with the look you wish to achieve.
Layer with Love
Add layers to your hair. As almost all emo looks require short and straight hair, adding layers stands is your best bet to pull off a curly emo look without harsh chemicals. Try shaving the back of your hair from the neck and keep the front longer. Add layers around your face to diminish curls and unruliness.
Cut It Funky
Add asymmetric cuts to your curly emo do. Cut the left side of your hair higher than the right. Adding asymmetry will make your look completely emo and will get rave reviews for your curls.
Color and Color
All emo hairstyles require very dramatically dyed hair. No exceptions exist for this rule. Dye your head black or platinum blonde. Add highlights in any color. Black hair with platinum blonde or the opposite remains a favorite of emo kids everywhere. For a bit of attention grabbing funk, try blue or pink highlights. Highlights need to added in large chunks, never streaks.