Wavycee Twentysix – Feb 2019

Wave King February 2019 Wavycee TwentysixWavycee Twentysix started in the wave game early and his efforts have certainly paid off!!

Wavebuilder: How long have you had 360 waves?

Wavycee Twentysix: I’ve had waves since I was 10yrs old.

WB: What is your wavebuilding method?

WT: My wavebuilder method is doing 10-15 min brush sessions in the morning, evening, and night.

WB: What kind of brush do you use, and how many times a day do you brush?

WT: I don’t have 1 particular brush that I use. I use multiple brushes that I once posted, such as Torino pros, Dianne’s, Royalty’s, Wave Enforcer. I brush multiple times throughout the day. That’s why I always carry a brush in my pocket.

WB: What are your favorite wave products?

WT: I started using Murray’s pomade, water and a stocking cap when I was 10. Then I started using royal crown grease and water then progressed to using Empress Products by WavEmpress as well as the Wavebuilder pomade.

WB: Besides building waves, what do you like to do?

WT: Besides waving I enjoy playing basketball, volleyball, skateboarding and going to car shows and car meets.

WB: What do girls love about your waves?

WT: The girls love how shiny my waves are and can’t seem to keep their hands to themselves because they’re always trying to touch my hair.

WB: Any advice to wavers just starting out with their wave game?

WT: The advice I would give to someone just starting out would be for the person to invest in a good brush, remain consistent with your brushing, purchasing a handheld mirror to view your whole head, a silky durag, and a soft, medium, hard brush to have for the different stages of waving.

WB: How does it feel to be wave king??

WT: It feels great to be Waveking for the month of February 2019 being that it’s Black history month. I’ve been submitting pictures since the 11th grade and I’m in college now. This experience has shown me that hard work does pay off and to never give up on believing because everything has a time and season for many great things to come.

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