Posts : 100
Join date : 2012-11-20
|Subject: Meezyy Jayy Wave Chronicles - H2O Method Tue Nov 20, 2012 11:54 pm|| |
So i hear that alot of ppl do not like to use this method, idk why its the best method out there. Its non-greasy and all natural, lol as natural as you can get. I'll tell you how i make this method work for me.Materials
- Hard Brush (for wolfing)
- Medium Brush (lower cuts/ straighter texts)
- Spray Bottle
- Wavecap and/ or stretchcap
- Put water in the spray bottle (cold water)
- Spray head evenly till dripping wet
- Brush till dry
- Repeat, immediately
- When you feel like you have done a good session, repeat one last time
- Apply wavecap/ du-rag combo while hair is still damp.
I've tried many variations of the H2O method and believe this is the best way to do it.
Now its time to explain what this method does for your hair, this is the best way to train your hair for waves. Since you use no products healthy and natural as well. When you do the H2O method it doesn't halfway train your hair like it does when you use pomades or other things that lay your hair down. The H2O meth purposely frizzes your hair up so the brush can catch all of the hair strands while brushing. Last when nearing the end of completing this meth, make sure your hair is damp, and apply your du-rag (wavecap and/ or stretchcap). As you repeat this process you will see a big difference in your waves, you will notice that they are more easily manageable and it doesnt take much for it to lay down.
Posts : 1
Join date : 2013-10-08
|Subject: Re: Meezyy Jayy Wave Chronicles - H2O Method Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:36 am|| |
I'm trying to get waves, I started yesterday and I'm using your method, about how long does it take for them to appear, and how many times a day are you suppose to do this method, yesterday I did it about 3 times during the whole day?