As you should know, brushing is the key component to getting the best waves. The more you brush the faster your waves will come in. There are many different wave brushes available today and this page will help teach you about a select few. It also will shed some light on which brush you should probably use if you’re a beginner.
Here is a list of my favorite brushes. A picture and a short description detailing why I like each brush. You should notice how all of these are medium 360 wave brushes. If you seen my, “How to get 360 waves with a medium brush video” then you know that I think medium brushes are the best because you can use them when your hair is low on a fresh-cut and when your hair is high, while you’re wolfing.
The 360WaveProcess brush, also known as the 3WP brush, is made from a high quality soft wood and finished with a glossy light navy blue colorway. The 3WP Wave Logo on the back is wear resistant, so you do not have to worry about the logo smearing off after normal regular use. From the 3WP Wave logo, to the designed curve, it was crafted with the 360 waver in mind. This model is a Medium with a boar bristle, nylon mix that gives it a unique feel. It is best described as a medium bristle brush with the pull of a hard brush. It has a curved design that enables it to come in contact with more hair during each brush stroke. This curved design feature allows for faster results since each stroke you make comes into contact with more hair when compared to a regular straight brush.
The 3WP Wave Logo printed on the brush is wear resistant. The logo also acts as a guide for developing perfect 360 Waves. While mirror brushing, simply use the wave logo on the back of the brush as a guide. When you are brushing, simply tilt the wave logo at the angle you want your waves to come out and you will avoid forks while keeping consistent brushing angles. This brush is only available for purchase here, directly on 360waveprocess.com.
Wav Enforcer #544
This Wav Enforcer 544, which can be purchased in stores, is one of my favorite brushes because it has an excellent build quality. The bristles are firm and maintain their firmness very well. This brush can be used while wolfing and with a fresh-cut. This Wav Enforcer brush is one of the best straight medium brushes that you can use to get your waves. It does a good job at laying your hair down. The draw back of this wave brush is that the bristle spacing could be a bit wider. The bristles on this brush are firm, but may need a hard brush to lay your hair down fully when you are wolfing. It takes longer to lay your hair down while wolfing with this brush as compared to using a hard brush to lay your hair down. The next brush is also medium but it does an excellent job at laying hair down while wolfing. If you want to order any of these brushes on this page, I recommend you Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial this way you will get free 2-day shipping and save money when you buy any of these product on online from amazon.
If you take a look at this wave enforcer spin brush, you will see how the spacing nearly perfectly aligned. The results that come from such spacing are straight and nicely aligned waves. I suggest that you at least try one of these to see if you like the way if feels when you brush your hair with it.
Royal Blue – Medium Bristle CQP
This Meduim CQP brushes are like no other brush I’ve used. They are an all around good brush to use. The medium literally does it all. It brushes your hair down when wolfing (no matter how crazy the wolf is), and it brushes your hair into place with a fresh hair-cut without hurting your scalp, and because it does such a good job of laying the hair down it saves a lot of time when wolfing. The bristles on this brush are firm but not too firm. I like this brush because it saves me a lot of time in the morning. On those days when I’m wolfing like crazy and don’t sleep with a du-rag. I use this brush after I get out of the shower to lay my waves down.
The curve on this brush is a blessing and a drawback at the same time. The blessing is that it brushes more hair at one time. The drawback is that since it comes in contact with so much of your hair and you’re not an experienced waver who knows how to keep brush strokes and brushing angles consistent, the curve could cause overlapping brush strokes that develop forky connections. That being said, this is still good brush, and I would recommend every serious waver add it to their arsenal at some point in their wave career.
There are a few more 360 wave brushes that I use but did not add. I may list them here later. Do you feel like I left a good brush out? Tell me what 360 wave brushes you think deserves to be here by leaving a comment with the name of that brush and why it is a good brush. Every one who visits will see your comment and I may add the brush here if it’s a good brush.