Step 1: Get a BrushThe way it works is you brush your hair continuously throughout the day and eventually your hair will start to, "lay down" and get wavy. The brush is used to train your hair to lay down a certain way. If you want wider, more thicker waves, get a brush with wider spaces. You can learn more tips for getting thicker waves Here!
Step 2: Get a Wave Cap (Du-Rag)The Purpose of the wave cap is to keep your hair laid down. It's like when you leave something heavy in the grass and then when you move it the grass is all laid down. The Du-rag and the brush work together to get you the results you want. The brush puts the waves in the hair and the wave cap forces them to stay there. You where the wave cap when you go to sleep so all your brushing doesn't go to waste.
Step 3: Keep Your Hair CleanWash your hair often. It doesn't have to be every day but make sure you keep it clean. Make sure you brush your hair when you get out the shower. Also, put conditioner in it and leave it for a while and then wash it out and brush more. When you keep your hair clean, the texture will start to change. You will notice it looks like you have a different kind of hair.
Step 4: Maintain Your Waves
Getting Waves is the hard part. Maintaining 360 wave is relatively easy when compared to what you have to do to get them. You'll have waves in your hair in no time! If you need more help Visit the 360WaveProcess YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/360waveprocess Make sure to Subscribe!