How do you get 360 waves with straight hair.?
The only way I get waves is when my hair is grown out but I only get them on top.
- WaveMaster360Lv 47 years agoFavorite Answer
360 waves are flattened out curls. so if your hair is totally 100% straight, you probably won't be able to get them 360. but if you do have a little curl in your hair, you should be able to get at least a little wave to it. They'll just be wide waves, farther apart.
The most important thing to do to get waves is to brush your hair the right way.
There's a photo in this guide and other tips too: http://www.wavebuilder.com/guide.html
1) brush the top forward
2) brush the back down
3) brush the sides diagonally down toward your cheeks.
Get yourself a good brush (a soft or medium will probably be best for you) and some moisturizing products like Brush in Waves and start brushing! You'll need to wolf your hair too. Wolfing is growing out your hair past when you'd get it cut. that's a part of getting waves. it makes them deeper. when wolfing, you'll want a pomade like deep wave to lay your hair down.
Make sure to grow out the sides too--don't get them cut shorter than the rest of your hair. it sounds like your hair has to be longer for the waves to show through.Source(s): http://www.wavebuilder.com/guide.html
- 7 years ago
i am not totally sure what you are asking here. but if you are asking how you can get waves in your hair i would either by the wand, which is like a curling iron. or the bed head brand waver. i have both and like them alot.