Waves (hairstyle)

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A male displaying a traditional "wave" hairstyle.

Having a short haircut has always been a classic amongst African-American men all over for many generations. When short hair is methodically brushed, most of the time natural looking patterns form on the head. These are called waves. Waves are a popular hairstyle that consist of curls that have been laid down. Many men, however, have tried to get these waves but were unsuccessful. However, waves can be achieved by various methods.


The first person to discover the hairstyle was a British-Sierra Leonean named Francis Dove in 1925.

External links

  • How to get 360 waves: WikiHow

References

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