In this article, we are going to bring a list of the 25 hottest curly-haired female anime characters that we know of. We’ll be using different sources and list them based on their popularity and the their overall impact for the genre itself. The list is going to be pretty diverse, including various characters from various franchises and subgenres.
25. Malty Melromarc
Franchise: The Rising of the Shield Hero
Unlike her sister Malty, who is as corrupt as her father, being closer to their mother, she has a kind and kind personality. Like the latter, she has an extreme affection for the Filorials, which explains why she very quickly became friends with Filo, whom she adores and towards whom she overflows with affection, to the point that at some point Naofumi makes the mistaken assumption that she and Filo might be in love.
At first, because of what her sister Malty and their father the king had done to her, Naofumi assumed by their kinship that she must be like them until the assassination attempt – on the orders of her eldest — she was the target of the same knights who were to protect her.
Having saved and protected her from this plot directed against them (Naofumi again serving as the ideal culprit), he finally managed to accept her as an ally and she, for her part, fell in love with him. She was constantly coddled by her mother and anxious to look good so as not to disappoint her, but she is delighted to see the influence that the Shield Hero has on her personality.
Appears in: Akame ga Kill!
A girl who likes to party and have fun with her team even on a mission, she is like a spoiler; she shows herself sometimes, impulsive or angry. She has blonde hair and yellow eyes. His power is to transform into a lion and regenerate himself thanks to his Imperial weapon Lionelle.
She has a lot of sympathy for Tastumi and feels responsible for it, since it was she who made her join the Night Raid. She is the one who kills the Prime Minister, but dies from his injuries.
23. Makoto Kino / Sailor Jupiter
Franchise: Sailor Moon
Sailor Jupiter is with Sailor Uranus one of the warriors with the greatest physical strength. Her costume is green with pink bows. In most adaptations, it has a belt at the waist, where a plastic ball containing a potpourri is attached. Sailor Jupiter masters electricity and is the warrior of lightning and courage. She also masters the forces of nature.
During the ancient Silver Millennium, Sailor Jupiter was part of Princess Serenity’s personal guard. She was also the princess of the planet Jupiter and her palace, Io Castle, floats around her planet. Sailor Jupiter ends up perishing in the struggle between the Selenites of the Silver Millennium and the Terrans, manipulated by Queen Beryl and Metallia.
After the war, Queen Serenity sends her soul to Earth to be reincarnated in the future.
Franchise: Cowboy Bebop
Coffee was a bounty hunter. On Io, Coffee followed a bounty head, Domino Walker, and started visiting a few places to learn about him. At a stop, a truckload of watermelons, she bought a melon to entice the shopkeeper to help her later. Unbeknownst to her, Edward and Ein, who were drooling over melons at the time, had slipped into the trunk of their car.
She drove into town and later, at a gas station, Coffee was approached by two police officers who were also looking for Walker. They wanted to search her car, which she didn’t mind. However, when they found Ed and Ein, they took them to the Io Police Department.
Despite her insistence that she knew nothing about the child, Sergeant Jeffly Frank questioned her. She saw Edward walk past the station again and, when he was distracted by a phone call, snuck out to follow him.
She quickly followed Ed and found Walker jumping on a train. She followed him closely and shot Walker, but couldn’t catch him. Edward caught up with her and got on the train, using Coffee’s car as a stepping stone. Soon Shaft, who was also chasing, fell from the train directly onto the car and fell. They both survived.
21. Misato Katsuragi
Appears in: Neon Genesis Evangelion
Misato is the only survivor of the explosion of the “Second Impact”, the cataclysm that devastated part of the planet in 2000 and which is at the origin of the plot of the series. On the day of the explosion, she was with her father, leader of the Antarctic expedition, who manages to protect her by locking her in a protective capsule resembling an Entry Plug, the cockpits of the Evangelion.
Misato, then 14, came out traumatized from the experience and would not say a word for years. While grateful to her father for saving her, she hates him for dedicating his life to her job and neglecting her and her mother.
20. Michiru Kaiō / Sailor Neptune
Franchise: Sailor Moon
Like other Sailor warriors in the Outer Solar System, Sailor Neptune did not spend her previous life with Princess Serenity at the Silver Millennium, but at Triton Castle, her castle that floats in orbit around the planet Neptune. Sailor Neptune is the warrior of the abyss and draws her powers from the ocean. From her position, she ensures the protection of the solar system against its external enemies.
Alone, on her planet where a sea of sand stretches as far as the eye can see, she contemplates the Silver Millennium and the Serenity family. During Queen Beryl and Metallia’s attack on the Silver Millennium, Sailor Neptune, like the other Sailor warriors of the Outer Solar System, Sailor Pluto and Sailor Uranus, is ordered not to intervene. From afar, all three hear the agonizing cries of the Selenites.
At this point, Sailor Neptune’s talisman, her Deep Aqua Mirror, resonates with the weapons of Sailor Pluto and Sailor Uranus.
19. Nejire Hado
Franchise: My Hero Academia
A third-year student and one of the three strongest students in the school (the Big 3); she took Ochaco and Tsuyu under her protection during the internships, taking the two with her to Pro Hero Ryukyu, of which Nejire is her assistant.
As a hero alias, she simply goes by the name of Nejire-chan. Her Quirk is called Wave and allows her to transform her life energy into shock waves (made yellow-gold in the cardboard), which for some reason move in a spiral motion, making them powerful, but relatively slow.
18. Angela Carpenter
Franchise: Carole and Tuesday
A sixteen-year-old model, she has been in show business since she was 3 years old. To increase her daughter’s fame and to fulfill her dream, her mother pushes her to enter the world of music with the help of Tao, an expert in artificial intelligence who creates songs made especially for the voice and soul. by Angela. She lives alone in an apartment separate from that of her mother, of which she feels fear. At the end of the story, she is revealed to have been adopted by Dahlia since she was born in a test tube.
17. Mai Valentine
Mai Valentine is a duelist met in the Realm of Duelists, who later becomes friends with Joey and Yugi. Characterized by great beauty and a shapely body, Mai initially presented herself as very vain and self-confident, sometimes capricious and childish, having fun forcing the men who remain bewitched by her to do what she wants.
She initially pretends to be a seer, astounding her opponents with the way she plays the cards without seeing them and predicting what exactly they are. But in fact, it was just a trick, as the cards are sprinkled with different scents that the girl knows exactly. In reality, she is terrified by the idea of being alone and, in order not to suffer, she convinces herself that she does not need anyone, remembering that she has always been able to go on despite being orphaned at an early age; slowly, despite her initial disagreements, she begins to trust Joey, until she develops a very strong bond with him.
In the first season, she is among the duelists who participate in the semifinals of the Duelist Kingdom together with Bandit Keith, Joey and Yugi: Mai collides with the latter and manages to keep him on the ropes for most of the duel, only to surrender in the final to avoid that his opponent would give the final blow to his monsters. She later gives Joey one of the cards necessary to participate in the duel, the Hand of the King (as Bandit Keith had stolen it). I
n the Battle City series she goes all the way to the quarter-finals where, however, she has to contend with Marik himself; although at the beginning she seems to dominate the duel, Marik defeats her by appealing to her fear of being alone. After her defeat, Mai is subjected by Marik to a Game of Shadows. She is then saved by Yugi after Marik’s final defeat.
Franchise: Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid
Quetzalcoatl, most commonly referred to simply as Lucoa, is a neutral Observer faction dragon and former Aztec goddess who lost her divine status after being under the influence of a cursed spirit and causing a scandal related to her sister, similar to the myth of the essence of Quetzalcoatl, on which the figure is based.
Appearing as a human, she is a very shapely woman with blond hair ending in green-blue tips and distinctive heterochromia. Her most striking feature is her unusually large breasts. She is wise, always acts friendly, always has advice for her friends, and is generally very carefree through life, but does not like being asked about her past.
After interfering with a magician’s summoning spell Shōta to prevent him from actually summoning a demon, she moves in with him as his supposed “summoning”. Lucoa happily flaunts her human body, which completely overwhelms and embarrasses Shōta, who is on the verge of puberty, and also regularly leads to her being taken away by staff at various locations for being too lightly dressed.
Franchise: One-Punch Man
A young woman who is sometimes ungrateful to her peers, gifted with super telekinetic powers to face her opponents. She looks like a kid because of her powers, which are said to have stunted her growth, but is 28 years old. His powers are powerful enough to effortlessly destroy a city, stop shells, create natural disasters, or even rain meteorites.
She can also create force fields to protect herself and has many mystical powers, which we have not yet seen, according to Silverfang (silver fang). Because of her bad temper, she has the annoying habit of swearing at her interlocutors for a yes or a no. She hates being held up to her, and does what she wants in the association of heroes, refusing missions or denigrating heroes at will.
She only considers a few heroes of rank S and feels for all the others of the pity and the contempt they are so weak compared to them. She hates being reminded that she looks like a kid or that she’s # 2 after Blast. Many people, even heroes, are afraid of them, except Saïtama, whom she also hates for her daring and stupidity (ignoring her real strength) because the latter in addition to not knowing her, is zero in general knowledge, and constantly reminds him that he does not understand how a child can be a hero.
Flash the lightning who can’t stand her putting him down (himself being very arrogant) and a few people. Although arrogant and proud, she loves her little sister “Fubuki” Blizzard Infernal very much, even if she doesn’t show it and tends to overprotect her as much as she can.
14. Moeka Kiryū
A mysterious and lonely young woman, she must find the IBM 5100, an old model of computer, which turns out to be a key part of the anime, in order to be able to travel through time. She is not very talkative and communicates almost exclusively with the help of a laptop.
She is very interested in the time machine, being a secret agent of the SERN tasked with eliminating the members of the group. She’s obsessed with someone nicknamed FB, which has made her demented.
13. Atsuko Jackson
Franchise: Michiko & Hatchin
Atsuko Jackson is one of the best black anime characters. She lived in the same orphanage as Michiko and seems to have a score to settle with her. She is now in the police force and was responsible for the arrest of Michiko twelve years before the start of the plot. Michiko likes to call her “Jumbo” to anger her.
(Jumbo is a Portuguese term for both syzygium fruit and a dark-skinned person.) She seems to harbor conflicting feelings for Michiko and is sometimes seen helping Michiko out of a bad situation.
Franchise: Demon Slayer
Suma is a supporting character in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba. She is a kunoichi and one of Tengen Uzui’s wives. While investigating the entertainment district, Suma was assigned as the oiran at the Tokito house. However, during the investigation, she disappeared and lost contact with Tengen Uzui.
When Tanjiro arrives in disguise at the Tokito house, he hears the rumor that Suma had run off with a wealthy suitor from his diary, but immediately doubts that anything more sinister is going on. Later in the arc, Inosuke Hashibira begins searching for the demon and comes across a cavern with a hanging obi holding several people captive.
As he begins his assault, he manages to free several captives, including Suma and Makio. The two women continue to defend the freed captives from being reabsorbed while Inosuke fights the obi. A loud clap of thunder is heard above the cave and Tengen bursts through the ceiling, effectively severing large parts of the obi. He lets both women know that he is proud of them, which tears them apart emotionally.
Franchise: Demon Slayer
Makio is a supporting character in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba. She is a kunoichi and one of Tengen Uzui’s wives. Makio first arrives in the neighborhood to work undercover as a courtesan at the Ogimoto house, she tries to gather information about reports of a demon in the neighborhood and sends information back to Tengen via the crow.
However, one day, Makio is captured by Daki’s obi and is quickly interrogated Later, when Inosuke discovers the bunker, he cuts off the obi, freeing both Makio and Suma from inside and the two women help him save the girls from being reabsorbed into the obi. After reuniting with Tengen in the cavern, Makio and Suma are freed and lead the evacuation of the neighborhood’s citizens.
Once Makio and Suma manage to evacuate the citizens, they return near the end of the battle and find out the consequences. Makio and his co-wives rush to provide first aid to Tengen, but find that their antidotes don’t work to cure Gyutaro’s poison. After initially panicking about what to do, Nezuko approaches the group and heals Tengen with her abilities, allowing the women to rejoice and kiss her.
10. Shion Karanomori
Appears in: Psycho-Pass
A latent criminal, Sibyl entrusted her with the role of Public Security Analyst, she also takes care of the health and surveillance of the BSP. She colloquially calls Inspector Tsunemori “Akane-chan”. She and Executor Kunizuka have an intimate relationship.
Franchise: Don’t Toy with Me, Miss Nagatoro
Sakura is the last seen friend of Nagatoro’s group in the manga; having not been seen for 25 chapters, she reappears for no apparent reason. She is tan-skinned, like Nagatoro, with blonde hair. Her personality is apparently similar to Yoshi’s, only less energetic, however, her friends know her for sowing jealousy in groups of males, who compete for her attention due to her promiscuity.
She fakes a date with Senpai (to an extremely jealous Nagatoro) to ward off a school bully, who she later befriends. In the first chapter, she wore her hair long, however from the second appearance she wears it short to her shoulders.
8. Mirajane Strauss
Franchise: Fairy Tail
Mirajane Strauss is an S-rank mage, which makes her the strongest woman in the guild ahead of Erza. She is the older sister of Elfman and Lisanna. She controls demon transformation magic (Satan Soul) and possesses very powerful demons.
Mirajane has an angelic face when she’s not fighting. She is also the representative of the guild. She is nice to everyone and always keeps a smile. Her emblem is white and is found on her left thigh.
7. Cana Alberona
Appears in: Fairy Tail
Cana Alberona started drinking alcohol at the age of 13, whereas in her country you can drink from the age of 15. One-third of the alcohol consumed in the Guild Tavern a year is consumed by Cana.
She uses magic cards, sometimes she uses them as projectiles and sometimes she combines them skillfully to achieve all kinds of effects during fights. She has been selected five times for an S-rank mage, and has failed the exam four times.
6. Ravel Phoenix
Franchise: High School DxD
She is the little sister of Riser Phoenix. She was very confident that no one could defeat her brother until Issei defeated him in a fight at his engagement party to Rias. She started admiring Issei until she fell madly in love with him, initially not caring about being just a concubine as long as she could be around him.
She was made a “free runner” by her mother, no longer under her brother’s control, as she intended to become Issei’s runner once he became a high-class demon himself. In Volume 9, she then moves to Kuoh Academy, where she attends first grade along with Gasper and Koneko, and also becomes a member of the Occult Research Club. In the following volume, she moves into Issei’s house as the eighth.
She was placed in the same class as Koneko and the two developed a rivalry and often bickered over Issei’s crotch, a nod to the enmity between the bird and cat. She became Issei’s manager from Volume 10 and helped him rise to become a middle-class demon.
Franchise: Dragon Ball
Launch appears at the beginning of the story, when Son Goku and Krillin, who must bring a beautiful young girl to Master Roshi so that he agrees to train them, meet her when she has just run away with some loot from a robbery, pursued by the police. But when they arrive, Launch sneezes and changes appearance: her hair turns dark blue undertones whereas she was blonde before.
Resuming her innocent appearance, she thus discovers with amazement that she has just committed misdeeds without being aware of it. Son Goku and Krillin, believing she was about to be attacked by a gang of thugs, save her from the police and take her to Master Roshi’s house, where she will stay for several years, busy cooking and housekeeping. Thus, daily life in Master Roshi’s house is constantly punctuated by Lunch’s frequent sneezes, causing its owner and his friends to go from calm to panic depending on his fits.
Franchise: Soul Eater
Blair is a feline magician with a very sexy appearance, with an advantageous chest and generous curves. She appears during the prologue of Soul and Maka: they kill her by taking her for a witch (she uses a humanoid physique). She likes to play with Soul. In reality, she is a cat girl with magical powers often referring to the witches’ festival.
She is very attracted to Soul; she also lives with him and Maka. She likes to have fun and spend money to buy new lingerie and also likes fish. Her spells are Halloween and pumpkin-oriented. Although she does not play an important role in the sequel, she knows how to be of help to fight the Mizune and the Wandering Dutchman. She is part of Kid’s rescue party in Eibon’s book.
Appears in: Fullmetal Alchemist
Embodying the sin of lust, this homunculus is 250 years old and appears early in the story as one of the main ones, giving orders to Envy and almost always moving with Gluttony. It was she who initially formed plans such as the use of Envy to trigger Lior’s rebellion, the taking of Tim Marcoh hostage or the hunt for Barry the Butcher.
At first glance lascivious, she is good at playing roles as well, as when she takes the identity of Solaris to seduce Havoc. However, her plans often have flaws and she tends to underestimate her opponents too much.
2. Rangiku Matsumoto
Appears in: Bleach
Rangiku Matsumoto is the 10th division vice-captain. She is a beautiful orange-haired woman with a strong breast that she highlights with cleavage, and that she does not hesitate to use to achieve her ends. She loves alcohol, and does everything to postpone the moments of work.
She is a childhood friend of Gin, and she seems to have feelings for him, which are reciprocal. They had been living together since the day Gin found her passed out in Rukongai.
1. Erza Scarlet
Franchise: Fairy Tail
Erza Scarlett is one of the main characters in the manga. She is considered to be the strongest woman in the Fairy Tail guild. As a young girl, she was abducted from her village Rosemary along with other children her age to work as a slave in the construction of the Tower of Heaven.
This is where she meets Jellal, Miliana, Shaw, Simon, and Wolly as well as Rob with whom she befriends. Expelled from the tower by Jellal who is controlled by an evil entity, she decides to join Fairy Tail, Rob’s guild. From the moment she arrived at the guild, she was withdrawn and wary of people.
It is Gray who will help her to open up to others, constantly wanting to provoke her. After Natsu’s arrival at the guild, she helps him learn more to read because Ignir, Natsu’s father, had not been able to complete his apprenticeship.