The hair strands are not super straight like straight hair.
The hair strands in black hair are compressed into tightly coiled up hair.
And this ladies & gentlemen is what will help us get waves.
Ok let’s bring together these important features of black hair.
The elasticity of black hair…and it being tightly coiled up.
This is the combination which opens up the safe of 360 waves.
First off waving involves stretching out of your hair strands to make them wavy.
While we attempt to stretch out those hair strands…the will always be a resistance.
And our hair strands will snap back to their original form.
Waving involves stretching out those hair strands over time.
This is what is called 360 waves training. Because your hair strands won’t form waves overnight.
They will always resist the stretching & snap back in place.
But just like how you stretch a rubber band the first time…and it snaps back in place.
When you do this over a period of time, the rubber band elasticity starts to loosen up.
And when you stretch it, it will give up & stay in place.
This is exactly what will do to our hair.
It is a training process, that involves training your hair strands to remain stretched into a curl wave.
We don’t want to stretch our hair strands all the way to be straight.