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Waves haircut

The black hairstyle uses kinky curls to define a spiral around the head. This short haircut, also known as 360 Waves, takes time and effort to create and maintain it.

The process of hair growth, brushing, moisturizing, and duragging or corrugating is called Wolfen. This process transforms kinky curls into waves that begin and then become deeper, more defined, and more coherent over time.

If you want to make 360 ​​waves, start with a steady buzzing, up to 3/4 inches long. Now it’s time to wolf and brush every day. Add a conditioner or oil to damp hair and grasp the wave brush. There are special wave brushes or a boar bristle or boar bristle and nylon mixture. Imagine four sections of the head that come to a point on the crown. There are the front, the sides and the back, roughly divided at the corners of the forehead and behind the ears. Brush each section to the ground. If you already have a fade, start by wiping the waves on the top and continue to look or continue the waves as the hair grows.

Protect the fragile waves by sleeping in a durag alias wave cap. Wear a durag during the day if you like. While it is often recommended to add a fade after rippling, many people clean edges that stick out and faintly fade.

Now look at these cool waves to wear the wave haircut with any kind of fade.

1. 360 waves

Waves haircut

JM da Barbier

These 360 ​​waves are spiral and with only a quick fade on the neck and sideburns.

2. waves for curly hair

Waves haircut

Carlos Miguel Chandía

While tight-knit, tangled hair is the easiest to wave, it can also work with narrower curly hair. The wider S-Curl leads to wider waves, but they are still well defined and look good.

3rd waves + half moon part

Waves haircut

Ryan Khan

Once waves are set up, head down and add a shaved part or fade. This curved crescent fits perfectly into the wave pattern.

4. waves + beard

Waves haircut

Pat Regan

A temple fading splits waves up and a beard underneath. Your hairdresser will give a fade that flatters your face shape.

5. waves at the top + short part

Waves haircut

Can not be faded

This cool cut contrasts waves, a blurry fade and a shaved part.

6. Short waves

Waves haircut

Vaughn

This gentleman is just beginning to define waves where hair up long enough. More devouring will produce deeper, more visible waves.

7. High fade waves haircut

Waves haircut

Can not be faded

Some people only carry waves at the top. That means fewer brushes and only brushes in one direction.

8. Waves Haircut + Temple Fade + Neck Taper

Waves haircut

Angel Raws

Clean the edges of 360 waves with a fade on the sideburns and neck and taper on the forehead.

9. waves hairstyle

Waves haircut

Randy Gordon

The wave pattern that will appear depends on how tight the curls are. Narrow curls lead to tighter waves.

10. Line Up + 360 waves

Waves haircut

Andy Authentic

Performer Bernard L. White with a fresh line cleanly defines the edges of 360 waves.

11. Slight skin bleaching + beard

Waves haircut

Drew da Barber

Waves have a lot of influence on the top. This high-fade haircut rejuvenates to the skin around the neckline.

12. High Skin Fade Haircut

Waves haircut

Wizzy da Barber

The waves rejuvenate from each side of the head into a high skin color.

13. Hide middle skin

Waves haircut

Randy Gordon

These waves continue on parts of the sides and back and end in a middle skin fade.

14. 360 waves + temple fade + beard

Waves haircut

Randy Gordon

A temple fade creates a space between 360 waves and a fully maintained beard.

15. Good waves

Waves haircut

Good looking waves everywhere. What else is there to say?

16. Short waves + high fade

Waves haircut

These short waves can transform into 360 waves of longer length or remain confined to the head.

17. Wave + Beard + Sideburn Fade

Waves haircut

Waves haircuts are a cool way to grow black hair longer and keep your hair short. Most men opt for using a line to define and clean edges and to fade on the sideburns and neck.

Waves haircut

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