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Direct Link To This Post Tha_Man April 20 2007 at 5:33pm  Quote Tha_Man Quote  Post Reply Reply
i had got a hair cut like last saturday. i washed it wit shampoo on tuesday. and after that wash it seems like most of my waves went away. like half of them are gone and looks faded away. why is dis? and yes i been been brushn a whole lot evry day
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Direct Link To This Post BIG- April 20 2007 at 6:01pm  Quote BIG- Quote  Post Reply Reply
its notin un natural just get on ur brush grind.. they will come bak wen ur hair gets to a higher length.. i cut my hair last sat. and just  wash it today.(yes pretty nasty).. and my waves still look like dey faded a lil but my fam say dey look the same.. but hey.. its probably how they look in the mirror dat fadin but really dey still look good idk.. all i kno is dey will come bak at a higher length. no worries mon
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Direct Link To This Post wave connection April 20 2007 at 6:16pm  Quote wave connection Quote  Post Reply Reply
This phenomenon results from washing an untrained wave pattern that is cut low.  Once your wave pattern matures and you find your minimum wave length this problem will decrease.
 
So, basically increase your brushing frequency to help speed up the wave training process and wolf.


Edited by wave connection - April 20 2007 at 6:17pm
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Direct Link To This Post twingotti April 20 2007 at 6:16pm  Quote twingotti Quote  Post Reply Reply
Make sure when shampooing brush in the directions of your wave pattern. Put a moisturizer in it and tie it down immediately. You shouldn't have that problem again.
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Direct Link To This Post 25cent April 20 2007 at 8:27pm  Quote 25cent Quote  Post Reply Reply
COSIGN WHEN I GET CUT I WASH MY HAIR BUT IT DOESN'T GO AWAY
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Direct Link To This Post meech313 April 20 2007 at 8:59pm  Quote meech313 Quote  Post Reply Reply
cosign just hit that brush up
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Direct Link To This Post Tha_Man April 21 2007 at 12:36am  Quote Tha_Man Quote  Post Reply Reply
yea iight i'll get ta brushn. And i probly wont wash my hair evry day anymore
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Direct Link To This Post twingotti April 21 2007 at 1:29am  Quote twingotti Quote  Post Reply Reply
Originally posted by wave connection wave connection wrote:

This phenomenon results from washing an untrained wave pattern that is cut low.  Once your wave pattern matures and you find your minimum wave length this problem will decrease.
 
So, basically increase your brushing frequency to help speed up the wave training process and wolf.
I know you went to UNC but what was your major? I see you skipped that ebonics course.
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Direct Link To This Post Davo April 21 2007 at 3:01am  Quote Davo Quote  Post Reply Reply
The waves that look faded are just the one's that aren't that strong yet. Just give it time and that won't happen anymore.
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Direct Link To This Post wave connection April 21 2007 at 6:48am  Quote wave connection Quote  Post Reply Reply
Originally posted by twingotti twingotti wrote:

Originally posted by wave connection wave connection wrote:

This phenomenon results from washing an untrained wave pattern that is cut low.  Once your wave pattern matures and you find your minimum wave length this problem will decrease.
 
So, basically increase your brushing frequency to help speed up the wave training process and wolf.
I know you went to UNC but what was your major? I see you skipped that ebonics course.
 
Lol, I majored in Business at UNC-Chapel Hill from the Kenan-Flager Undergraduate Business Program.
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Direct Link To This Post 25cent April 21 2007 at 10:00am  Quote 25cent Quote  Post Reply Reply

I WASH MY HAIR EVERYDAY

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