10 Anime Characters With Curly Hair That You Should Watching Update 07/2024

Anime Characters With Curly Hair

You know, I didn’t anticipate this to be so difficult to write. This is surprising considering how many curly girls there are in the actual world.

Isn’t that strange? Curly hair isn’t widespread in Japan, so it’s possible that this contributes to the prevalence of straight hair in anime.

As a result, the majority of the female characters on this list hail from outside of Japan.

There’s nothing authentic about Anime America, Europe, and Britain, but the curly-haired gals are attractive.

10. Launch


Anime: Dragon Ball

She has an extremely rare disorder that causes her to change her personality every time she sneezes. Launch ( – literally “Lunch” – I’m writing this in the morning and I’m starving).

Welcome to the world of Japanese animated films.

When she’s in her natural state, she has wavy, blue hair and is an angel.

Sneezing causes her hair to grow curlier and lighter in color (somehow).

When she’s in this form, she’s extremely dangerous and carefree, with a machine gun always around (somehow).

Launch’s two personas had no recollection of each other’s existence when they were first created.

However, as the series progressed, she gained more and more influence over them. I wonder if ‘always having her nose irritated’ was the secret to her success.

9. Airu Suzaki

Anime: Digimon

In the Digimon Xros: The Young Hunters That Traveled Through Time sequel, Airu is an antagonist. This is only one of many marginally different spinoffs from the original series.

At work and play, she has a slightly volatile and aggressive personality that she pursues with the same ferocity she does her crushes.

As with her Digimon, she prefers males who are equally as adorable to what she perceives as being attractive.

There are the one-eyed spider Parasimon and the melting candle Candlemon, so she does…

When it comes to Digimon, the third rule of the Digimon Hunter Code states, “Never take Digimon held by another Hunter.” But Airu is only interested in collecting cuteness.

If she thinks your Digimon is adorable, she’s entitled to it.

8. Marie


Anime: Girls und Panzer

In an alternate reality where WWII-era tanks are retained for athletic purposes, high schools across the world send pupils to compete in the traditional martial arts sensha-do “The Way of the Tank” contests.

This is how the program Girls und Panzer came to be, a comedy about gorgeous high school girls…and tanks.

BC-Freedom High School has a team that runs tanks from Vichy France.

She’s graceful, poised, and constantly clutching a piece of cake — a reference to the slogan “Let Them Eat Cake!” which has been (wrongly) attributed to the French Princess by some.

7. Ravel Phenex

Anime: High School DxD

Issei Hyoudo’s love interest, the demon Ravel Phenex, has a thing for her.

In spite of her youth and lack of experience, Ravel has a significantly greater intellect than other demons and can outsmart her enemies.

While leading the demon peerage, Ravel is in charge of the overall strategy and tactics.

However, she isn’t exactly a hardened warrior. There are four Phenex siblings, and she’s the youngest.

She’s a jerk, yet she gets what she wants thanks to the hero’s benevolence.

6. Biscuit Kreuger

Biscuit Kreuger

Anime: Hunter x Hunter

Short for Biscuit, she goes by the nickname “Bisky” and has long, curly pigtails.

She isn’t, however.

She’s a big 57-year-old woman with pecs the size of her entire body who’s been training like a body builder for years.

However, she loves to remain youthful; who wouldn’t?

Trickster at heart, she uses her little stature to fool her adversaries into thinking she is less formidable than she really is. Before returning to her normal form and wreaking havoc on the entire group.

5. Suzuka Darienji

Anime: Tokyo Ravens

“The Prodigy,” Suzuka Darienji aka “Twelve Divine Generals,” is one of the group. In the anime this is a group of Japan’s top Onmyouji — magic practitioners.

She was dubbed the prodigy because of her brilliance, despite the fact that she was only a few years old at the time.

She was subjected to years of torture by her evil father in order to generate magical geniuses… He did not and passed away at a young age.

She and her brother have naturally curly blonde hair, so perhaps that’s the explanation.

While trying to restore her brother, Suzuka ended up bringing a ghost into his body.

Even for magicians, death is death.

4. Mami Tomoe

Mami Tomoe

Anime: Puella Magi Madoka Magica

One of the finest television shows of this century, Madoka Magica, features Mami Tomoe, an experienced Magical Girl from Puella Magi Madoka Magica.

Mami is a selfless, but lonesome, activist.

In order to work with other magical girls who battle for more selfish motives like self-defense or the acquisition of Grief Seeds to refill their own magic, this is a challenge.

When Madoka first meets Mami, she confides in her that she has a terrible orphaned childhood and that she often cries when she’s alone.

Mami, on the other hand, is generally portrayed as a kind person who teaches Madoka and Sayaka about the exciting and frightening aspects of being a magical girl and hosts tea parties.

Isn’t it true that tea parties help everyone feel better?

3. Elizabeth Midford

Anime: Black Butler

Her cousin Ciel Phantomhive, Black Butler’s hero and the demon Sebastian Michaelis’s master, is Elizabeth Midford’s uncle.

For a female, growing up in Victorian London might be difficult.

The goal is to make men like you, so you’re trained to be weak and feminine. As a woman, you’re expected to listen to the males in your life and not wield too much influence.

In contrast, Elizbeth is able to play from the inside out.

That’s right; she’s a sucker for all things feminine. To Ciel’s dismay, she decked his room with ribbons because she is a fan of the adorable.

However, she hides her intelligence.

It doesn’t take her long to dispatch an enemy with her dual-wielding dual swords. She’s also highly clever, crafty, and loyal.

2. Harime Nui

Harime Nui

Anime: Kill La Kill

Her adorableness is a ruse to conceal a more sinister and deranged personality beneath the surface.

Harime, the show’s strongest character, was created entirely synthetically from extraterrestrial life-fibres. He beats out nearly every other character in a one-on-one fight.

In addition, she is the only character who routinely breaks the fourth wall.

Subtitling, interrupting the end credits, and causing overall commotion for the performers and the audience are all things she does.

She can only be scratched with Ryuko’s scissors.

That is, if she is even able to locate Harime in the first place.

1. Saaya Yamabuki

Anime: BanG Dream!

To rank a high school drummer higher than all the hardcore fighter females was a bold move on my part.


A weeb and musician like myself can’t help but fall in love with BanG Dream and Saaya’s heartwarming character path.

Saaya just joined Bang Dream’s ‘Poppin Party’ band at the last minute, when they had to perform on stage without a drummer.

Saaya, a former member of the girl band CHiSPA, decided to call it quits after her mother collapsed and was taken to the hospital.

She decided to put her career on hold so that she could spend more time with her family.

It didn’t stop her from wanting to sing, and with the encouragement of those close to her, including her sister Kasumi, she returned to the stage, this time sporting her trademark curly (wavey?) locks, to do what she loves best: sing.