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360 Waves, commonly known as “waves” “360’s” or “spinners” are a natural hair pattern typically found worn by African American males. The 360 effect is achieved when the hair waves line up on all sides of the head, forming what looks like rings or waves in the hair pattern.

What Type of Hair is Needed?

It doesn’t matter what type of hair you have, you can get 360 waves in your hair. Just remember that for different textures it will take different amounts of time for the waves to start coming in. Those with easier to manage hair will find it easier to get their hair to lay down. Also, because no two people’s hair is exactly alike, you the waves you form in your hair may look different from others. Some people get long spaced out waves, some get smaller closer waves, a lot get somewhere in between. It really depends on what type of hair you have.

Who wears 360 Waves?

A lot of famous musicians, such as rappers, and athletes sport waves as their hairstyle of choice. The most notable musicians with waves include Sean ‘P. Diddy’ Combs, the rapper Fabolous, and the r&b singer Akon. Jay Z is also known to have waves from time to time as well. Famous athletes with 360 waves include Lebron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Damon Jones also of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Reggie Bush of the New Orleans Saints, Quentin Richardson of the New York Knicks, and Joe Johnson of the Atlanta Hawks.

Waves were once a popular hair style in the 80's and they are returning as a classy alternative to braids and dreadlocks. Men prefer to wear the pattern because it stands out, looks good, and is easy to manage.

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