How To Get 360 Waves With Straight Hair

If you’ve ever wondered if you can get 360 waves with straight hair, then this video is for you.

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Can You Get Waves if you’re white, asian, or latino?

So you want to be a straight hair waver? 

Are you confused and wondering if it is even possible for you to get waves as a latino, asian, or white person? Well this video will answer the very popular question of, “Can I get waves if I’m not Black”.

First, don’t be alarmed. You are not the first person to wonder if you have to be of African decent to get waves. This topic has been discussed many times over the years especially in current times now that the hair style is garnishing the attention of the greater society due to the internet and social media popularity.

Anyone Can Get Waves, As Long As They Have The Right Hair Texture!
So Can You Get them?

The answer is yes. You can indeed get waves without being Black. That is the plus side. The negative side is that while some non Black individuals will be able to wave up, many will not.

In order to get waves, your hair has to have some type of curl pattern to it. If your hair is 100% straight, then you will find it very difficult to get 360 waves. If you are a Black person with straight hair, you will not be able to get waves and the same goes for if you are white, asian, Mexican, Indian, Alien, Fish, Martian, or any thing else that we can imagine.

Okay, I Have A Little Curl. What’s Next?

Some people may still be confused as to if their hair can get waves or not even with the explanation in the above paragraph so let me make it much simpler.

In sum, some guys who are not Black can indeed achieve 360 waves. It all depends on the person’s hair texture. Caucasian and asian people tend to have 100% straight hair. Although there are white and asian people with curly hair.

People of African decent tend to have curly hair. Although there are Black people with straight hair. More Black people have curly hair because that is a dominant phenotype. 

It Doesn’t Matter If You’re Black Or White

It’s all about your hair texture, it’s not about race, it’s not about being Black or not. If you have straight hair then it will be extremely difficult to get waves, even if you’re Black; if you’re Black and you have straight hair, then you’ll struggle to get waves.

So what if you have a curl to your hair? Please keep in mind that if your hair is more on the straight side, you will need to keep your hair at longer lengths than someone who has curlier hair.

Maintaining 360 Wave Hairstyle With Straighter Hair.

To keep your waves locked in as a straight hair waver you need to find out your curl length. Many guys who are not Black but have a texture that would enable them to achieve waves, find that when they cut their hair too low, they lose all of their waves.

When their hair is at lower lengths it is straight and can not/will not wave up no matter how much they brush. Your hair needs to be at the length that it will curl. This also means that your waves will be very far apart. The curlier your hair the closer together your waves.

So you’ll need to make sure that you never cut your hair shorter than your curl length, otherwise you won’t even get a wide wave. Your focus is trying to maintain and keep your wave pattern. Now that you have the basics I suggest you look carefully at your hair and assess with you have the hair type that will curl. You also need to be realistic with your expectations. If your hair is straight with a slight curl, then you can’t expect to have waves like Sir Cruse. 


Brushing is the single most important part to achieving the 360 wave hairstyle. You should also consider getting yourself a good durag. The durag will be used to lock your brush work in and keep your hair laid down. You do not need to wear your du-rag throughout the day, but you should always go to sleep with it on to lock in your patten and keep all of the progress that you gained from brushing throughout the day. Also please be aware that you need to wolf. Wolfing is basically the act of abstaining from a haircut. I recommend 1 haircut every 6-8 weeks for straight hair wavers. This advice is not race specific, as I stated there are Black people with straight hair too.

But be careful not to brush a bald spot in your head.

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