While getting waves, you need to wolf or grow your hair out for 4 to 10 weeks
before cutting again. Waves are maintained by daily brushing, the application of ...
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Apr 24, 2011 ... in sequence of my last videos, this one specifically emphasizes on sides. Another
brief video to help achieve the 360!
Waved hair is trained to grow into long waves. The waves spin in one direction,
then in the opposite direction, hence the name “360 waves.” This is a stylish ...
Mar 24, 2015 ... A hard brush will show your waves who's boss, even if you can't see them yet. Be
careful not to brush too hard or risk injury to your hair and ...
Oct 19, 2016 ... Get a short haircut and edge up. Brush your hair for 1-2 minutes with a wave-
brush. Put a washcloth in running hot water, squeeze some water ...
Waved hair, in short, is your natural hair, longer than usual but “trained” to closely
follow the contours of your scalp. This effect is achieved by repeated brushing ...
So let's start with the tools you'll need to achieve deeper waves: First, you'll need
... As your hair gets thicker, you will need to gradually switch to a harder brush.
Jun 29, 2015 ... Notice how the hair looks similar to ripples in a pond or waves at the ... Continue
brushing the sides of your head in a downward diagonal ...
Apr 10, 2014 ... Next, you'll need a brush. The grease you will use for 360 Waves requires quite a
bit of brushing for it to be absorbed by your hair, so when ...
The items that will be needed to get and maintain waves are a good-high quality
wave brush, good quality wave gel/pomade, any kind of durag, and a good ...