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Waves on The Top
You may not believe this, but getting waves on the top of your head is generally the easiest to get. For most people who attempt to get full 360 waves the order of appearance is first the top, second the back, third parts of the sides, and
lastly the connections. I’m sure you know by now that the key to getting waves is brushing your hair. To get waves on the top of your head you need to put in the work by brushing it every day. If you are a beginner you should know that you need to be brushing every day as much as you can. All throughout the day you need to get brush sessions in. When I was a beginner at the age of around fifteen/sixteen I would carry my brush with me every where I went. I treated my brush like it was a cell phone. Even if I was just leaving to walk to the store, I’d pick up my brush and take it with me. If you want to get your waves on the top, then I suggest you pick up that same habit.
How to brush the top
For 360 waves you need to brush your top forward. Begin at the crown and brush down towards your hair-line. long consistent strokes are the best. You want to keep your brushing angles
precise. If you change-up the way you brush your hair often then you will soon see when your waves develop that they have forks and or are crooked. It is difficult to change your pattern after the waves form, so I suggest you combat this mistake by making sure you remember the way you brush certain sections of your hair. For example you don’t want to begin brushing the top straight down and then change to brushing at a slant, and then back to slant. Moves like that are good ways develop patterns with obvious forks.
How long will it take to get waves on top
For the top you should see progress within four weeks of consistent brushing. You should then get a hair cut after the four weeks. If you don’t see noticeable progress such as little ripples or nicely laid down hair, then you may be one of those people who it takes longer to get waves for what ever reason. If you don’t see progress after that then you should continue the process of daily brushing for another four weeks. After the second four-week period get another haircut. If you don’t see progress after that then there are some underlying issue than may be preventing your progress. These issues that are stopping your progress are more than likely any one or a combination of the following:
- You are not brushing enough. (Brushing needs to be done every day with multiple full length brush sessions)
- The brush you’re using is no good. (Certain brushes are simply not effective for building waves)
- You are getting your haircut too low. (Beginners shouldn’t get their haircut lower than the length of a 1# WTG)
- Your barber isn’t cutting your hair properly. (Some barbers simply don’t cut the hair in the right way)
- You may not have the right hair texture. (Your hair needs to be somewhat curly. People with straight hair can’t get waves.
Other than that, I want you to know that the top will be the most easiest. They will come in before you know it as long as you keep up your daily brushing. If you are trying to get 360 waves, then you will see that the sides and the back take almost twice the amount of time as the top to come in. I want you to stay motivated this is why I’m letting you know this in advance.
A lot of guys simple settle with 180 waves at the top because they were not ready to put in the work for the sides. Please see my how to get 360 waves on the side post for info and tips for getting waves on the side or check out how to get waves on the back
How to get 360 waves on the top Video