FAQs on Wolfing – Wavebuilder

FAQs on Wolfing

Tips by Wave King Evan Kennerly

Wolfing is an important process in achieving the best waves. However, a lot of people do not understand the importance. It’s usually known as something you just have to do. A good example of this is when people wolf their hair for 8 weeks then question why they're not seeing results when they’ve forgotten the most important step, brushing. People think when you cut all your hair after the wolfing process, waves will magically appear. This is not as easy as it sounds. Wolfing is the toughest part to achieving waves but that's why we're here to help!

FAQ’s on Wolfing

Q: How long should I wolf?
A: There is no set time period! Wolf as long as you can or however long you feel you need to. This usually depends on how fast your hair grows.

Q: How do I better my connections when wolfing?
A: Try using a rat tail comb when wolfing, which may work better than a soft brush. For the best results, comb the same way you would brush.

Q: What product should I use when wolfing?
A: What works for one person may not work for you. However, try Cocoa & Shea Wave Butter. Lots of Wave Kings say it works well. You may want to stay away from pomades because they're harder to wash out, especially, when you’re wolfing. Try to stay with a light product such as the wave butter and/or Spin’n Classic.

Q: How much product should I throw in while wolfing?
A: I would suggest doubling up on products when you’re wolfing because your hair becomes twice as thick hence would need twice as much product.

Q: How do I make my waves deeper when I’m wolfing?
A: To make them deeper, switch up your brushes. Using a harder brush will get to the roots and help make them deeper.

Q: Why are my waves going away when I’m at the end of my wolfing process?
A: IT’S TIME FOR A HAIR CUT! Your waves are under the hair on the top and when you cut it you will see them again. It happens to a lot of people.

Q: How many times should I shampoo my hair when wolfing?

A: Double up on this process just as you would with the products. If you shampoo your hair 2 times a week then make it 4 times a week.

I hope I’ve answered your questions about wolfing. I wish you all the best on wolfing and on your journey to achieving 360 waves. Don’t forget you have what it takes to have deep and more connected waves. This is Evan Kennerly and I’m out!