How To Deepen Your Waves
It’s your Wave King of October Evan Kennerly giving you some more tips on how you can achieve deeper waves. This is an area where a lot of people have trouble, but not too worry, your troubles end here! Before I begin, I want to assure you that my method has been proven successful for about 95 percent of the people I’ve helped. Most folks did see a great improvement in depth in about 3 weeks.
So let’s being with the tools you’ll need to achieve deeper waves: First, you’ll need a rat tail comb (you can find this at your local beauty supply store for 99 cents), a hard brush, and a medium brush (any medium brush is fine as long as you like it) and last but not least, a product that will ensure plenty of moisture for your hair. I would suggest Wavebuilder’s Coco and Shea Wave Butter because I feel it gives the maximum moisture to the hair.
Now you have the products but it doesn’t end there. The key is to make sure to “wolf”(growing your hair 6-8 weeks depending on how fast your hair grows, and getting trims every 1 ½ to 2 weeks). If you’re in your early stages of the “wolfing” process, you should be brushing all the time. As your hair gets thicker, you will need to gradually switch to a harder brush.
A lot of people don’t understand and sometimes think I’m crazy to stress the importance of combing the hair. This is actually a KEY step most wavers forget to do and/or completely leave out. When wolfing, comb with your rat tail comb for 5 minutes in the morning, at night, and do this in the shower as well. Just comb exactly how you would brush your hair. Also, make sure you’re using a good shampoo!
There you have it wavers! For this to really work, you have to stay dedicated without skipping any of the steps I’ve described above. I want all wavers to achieve “Elite” level waves. Wolfing can be a hard process but if you’re reading this now, I know you have what it takes. If anyone has questions, feel free to find me on Twitter @King_Oct_Tsurag and also on WaveBuilder’s Facebook page. Thank you and I hope I helped!