The Art of Getting 360 Waves

Many mysteries and myths have surrounded this topic when it comes to getting 360 hair waves. You've probably heard people say you have to use a hair texture to get 360 waves, or you need the right hair to get 360 waves. I'm happy to blow out all those myths out of the water. none of them are completely true. So what is 360 waves and how can I get them. To answer this question, we must go back to the beginning.

Urban hairstyles or African American hair have evolved over a period of time. Everyone remembers the period when rocking Jeri jokes were hot, perhaps your parents can remember these days. It was at the time high peaks and flat peaks were back in the 90's. Oh how I miss those days, anyway! From the bald look to the look of the braids, urban hair style has really evolved.

It now seems that people want a hairstyle that is cool and at the same time not so threatening. This led to 360 hair waves being born. 360 waves are basically a wavy pattern formed by your hair at a 360 degree angle. It seems that the cityscape is becoming more and more adult. For easy reference to how 360 waves make a scene, just watch P.Diddy and his almost 360 waves. If they do not look cool, it is much nicer and you look very good!

OK then we already know a little about 360 waves. But I want to dig a little deeper into the art of getting 360 waves. Getting 360 waves is an art that is not a science; I say this because it has nothing to do with how your hair looks or what hair chemicals you use in your hair. Getting 360 waves is more about your passion for them and how much commitment you are willing to take to get them.

So many just think that waves only form naturally. But I'll explain to you the process the hair strand goes through before it actually gets wavy.

Waves are formed by the hair's natural flushing. In other words, the hard strings of the hard strings are enough to form waves. Your hair will always try to resist this straightening and will always try to return to its original flushing. But with different attempts from your side to straighten the hair strands, they will eventually give up and compromise to be a little straight. By doing this, your hair strands form a wavy pattern, half straight and semi-wavy. And this ladies and gentlemen is how waves are formed.

Quite simply, huh! Well, just wait a second! It may look easy from the process I have shown you, but the difficult bit comes in when you try to train your hair to be wavy. Once you have read the right techniques, it will only be a wind, so sit down and continue reading to learn these methods.

Everyone has different hair textures. Some have naturally soft hair; others have bleached hair like me! So different hair textures have different hair needs, different methods and techniques for getting waves.

First of all, let me get it clear, it doesn't matter what your hair texture is diaper or softly anyone can get waves. We have just established earlier that waves are formed from the hair's narrow curvature. So if you have mugs in your hair or if your hair is flushing, for my diaper with the brothers yes, you can get waves!

Also, another point to note, we all do not have the same consistency of hair throughout our head. Perhaps the top of your head is less diaper than your back, or the sides can be very soft compared to the rest of your head.

Therefore, most people may have trouble getting waves in some parts of their hair. But this is easy to fix, just by recognizing that different hair textures require different methods and replacement of the tools you use!

OK I'm glad we got this out of the way. Now we can go to the nitty gritty about how to get 360 hair waves. The first thing you need to know is brushing.

So far from our survey of waves, we know that waves are straightened curls. Therefore, we need a way to straighten these curls, they diaper the knots to form an S-pattern in our hair. This is where brushing comes in, basically brushes apply stress to the hair strands that try to make them conform and be straight. Through this process of brushing, waves will be formed in time. But there are other things you need to put together with brushing, to ensure faster wave development. You need to get the right moisturizer to help moisturize your hair before brushing, to ensure smooth formation.

Also you have to get the right shampoo and pomade to suit your hair structure. All these extra things are necessary to go with your brush regime. So getting waves is more than brushing it means many things that are put together.

I will give you a method to start with while learning the ropes.

First of all, go and buy Hollywood carrot cream as a moisturizer for your hair.

Also get a decent medium brush Annie brush.

Get a shampoo you are comfortable with & give you a good moisture level.

All you have to do is brush your hair in a 360 degree way, apply moisturizer and brush a little more, durably hair to make it lie down. The best length to start your hair wave journey is with short hair, if # 2 hair guard length or a light ceaser. It is much easier to tame your hair from this length.

As I said, getting 360 waves is an art not a science, you need the right tools for your project, information, and the right amount of engagement. Soon enough everyone wants to know how to make your hair look like this.