Well if you couldn’t pull off 360 how are you gone manage 720??
Excellent question. I have no idea.
But I’m trying it anyways.
Most likely my YouTube is way behind compared to the information in my blogs. Nevertheless, here’s the sit. About a month ago I cut my hair down to bare clippers no guard. Maybe a .5 in my crown. Started with a somewhat new canvass.
Which was for the best because I’m approaching this wave journey at whole new angles. About 8 to be specific. I have said goodbye and good riddance to the 360 beehive and hello please don’t hurt me to 720 swirl.
For those that aren’t all familiar with natural wave patterns maybe Google it cause I’m not the best to explain things. However key points are…
360 waves beehive
- Brushing out from crown to egde.
- What appears to be a bald spot in your crown.
- Blind brush with ease.
- 8 angles
720 waves spiral/swirl
- Brushing in a clockwise motion.
- “Ponytail at crown.
- Difficult to blind brush crown.
- 8 angles out, 4 angles in, 2 angles crown.
That probably didn’t make a whole lot of sense either. Well I tried.
Anyways, yup if at first you don’t succeed try something harder I guess. The most difficult change to cope with is brushing at different angles and of course the hook method trying to learn how to get this dang swirl.
So far I’m happy with the change in events and the new products that I’ve been using. Like new brushes and new durag/caps. Be on the look out for product placement in a future YouTube episode.
Thanks for sticking with me.
I still love my 360 & beehive wavers.