I bet you'd like to show off some deep 360 waves soon.
How soon do you want them?
You know, it'll take you less than five minutes to learn how to make 360 waves deeper.
All you need to do is train your hair to form ripples from the day you get a haircut to develop waves. At first, your desire will be waves; then, you’ll hunger for depth.
Let's look at how to get deep waves and explain the products you'd need for this process.
Tips On How To Make Your Waves Deeper
Before we give you tips, let's go over a few products and tools you need for this job.
- A hard brush
- Medium brush
- A rat-tail comb
- Hair moisturizer
Do you have all of these ready? Let's go!
Abstain from cutting your hair for about 6 to 8 weeks so that it gains length. This period depends on how fast your hair grows; thus, you can wolf even longer if your hair takes longer.
During this phase, brush your hair as often as possible to make it form waves from the root. You can start with a medium brush because your hair is short when you begin wolfing, then move to a hard brush so you can reach the hair root.
But, when you have achieved length, you can start with the hard brush to detangle the 360s, then use a medium brush to leave them sleek and fresh.
Moisturize and comb your hair before brushing so that the nourishing oils can spread throughout the hair shafts.
It strengthens your hair to withstand frequent brushing, as you can even brush for one hour daily.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do You Make Waves Deeper?
It's so simple; brush more and use the right tools. If you've been brushing your hair for less than 15 minutes daily, you're not doing enough. Up your game! Brush it for about 10 minutes up to three times a day to define the waves.
The difference is that when you brush less often, you lay the hair down, but the waves aren't deep. Plus, you should only brush healthy, strong hair. Therefore, moisturize it or brush your hair in the shower after you've shampooed and conditioned it.
What Tools And/Or Supplies Are Needed To Get Deep Waves?
As we explained earlier, you'll need brushes and a comb. The hair texture determines the brush you can use, but in general, a medium brush is better when you're starting the wave pattern.
Why? You don't want to hurt your scalp by brushing too hard when you only have hair that's about an inch long. Two, you may use too much force on a brush that's already hard and irritate your hair follicles.
Three, a hard brush removes any tangles caused by friction with the pillow. To increase depth when wolfing, go for quality bristles, such as boar bristles. They are long-lasting and firm.
As for the hair moisturizer, avoid heavy products as they'll leave too much residue that you'll wash your hair too often. Remember, overuse of shampoos and conditioners may over-moisturize your hair and cause hygral fatigue to your hair shafts.
This condition arises from repeated swelling and unswelling of hair, ultimately damaging the inner layer of your hair, the cortex.
Here are more tips for tools and process on how to get 180 waves or 360 waves:
How Do You Maintain Deep Waves?
Brush your hair regularly using the correct technique to maintain the wave pattern. If you change the brushing routine, you risk getting uneven ripples. Always start from the crown toward your forehead, sides, and nape.
Brush every day, and wear a durag or other firm headwrap to lay the hair down. You can also wear a wave cap vs durag to compress the hair further.
As we conclude this topic on how to get deeper waves:
Deep 360 waves are possible, naturally. You'll not even struggle to get them, just more hours brushing your hair. Yes, it's that simple!
But, first, change your brushing routine to have a consistent pattern where you brush outward from the crown. As the hair grows, and you keep on brushing it in that way, the waves deepen. You need the right brushes and hair care products to have strong hair without frizz.
Another idea on how to make your waves deeper is to abstain from cutting your hair for a while to coerce the new growth to form ripples through regular brushing.