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In its essence, the process of waving is simply training the curls of your hair to lay down flat. This result is attained by brushing, however, is maintained by compression. There are a variety of tools used by wavers to achieve this compression, however the most commonly used, and agreeably most effective, is the durag. Now, something you should know is that once you enter a contract with the Wave Gods, your Durag should become your best friend! It provides the necessary compression to hold your hair in place and, much like a checkpoint in your favourite video game, locks...

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If all waving advice could be condensed into a single point it would be this one here. Brushing is the single most important aspect of waving; without a consistent brushing regiment you will surely struggle to progress. Different hair textures require variant amounts of brushing so make sure to monitor your progress and develop an understanding for how your hair responds. When your hair is at a low level you should be brushing with a soft bristle brush and transition to a hard bristle brush as your hair gets longer. We recommend brushing for 15 minutes twice a day (morning...

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Waves are an artistic rendition of a classic hairstyle. In order to begin painting them you must first start with a blank canvas. No this doesn’t require going bald, simply going to the barber’s and requesting a low level 1 will suffice. The fade you should ask for depends on the pattern you are trying to achieve, if you want a 360 pattern (waves around the entirety of your head) you should ask for a taper or low fade. If waves on the top are enough for you, request a mid-fade.

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