The company understands the hassle that comes with creating the perfect waves, the reason why they include a bonus dome cap to speed up the wave formation process. The company goes ahead to add firm and robust stitching. That ensures that air gets inside and goes out while keeping your scalp dry. Shampoo cleanses dirt, pollutants, and oil from your hair, leaving it dry and untenable. For you to make sound waves with your nappy hair, you need to moisturize the hair. Even if you have greasy or sweaty hair, you’re better off washing every other day but never daily. You need to have soft and compressed hair to get the wave formation as the material is too flexible. On the downside, the Customs Velvet Durag doesn’t serve all user bases when it comes to wave formation. And yet at the same time they have a high-quality quadruple stitching that doesn’t rip off, even after washing and using multiple times. The rag won’t work well if you have rough and stubborn hair.
Unfortunately, some previous users have complained about the rag having an unusual smell. Our due rag is long tails wide strap, easy to be double wrapped for 360 waves. Wavebuilder promotes the creation of 360 and 720 waves. Make sure your barber is aware of the direction of your waves and knows how to trim your hair thoroughly. To make sure the ties stay crossed at the back, wrap them again around the centre of your forehead. The quality material goes through an intricate manufacturing process to make it breathable. The breathable and wrinkle-free fabric allows for proper ventilation and helps to keep your scalp dry. Furthermore, the fabric is breathable and allows proper ventilation to keep your scalp dry. You’ll love the overall quality of the fabric as its soft and smooth to touch. The fabric features fibers of premium quality that have been delicately woven together to impart strength. Have a tie in each hand, and wrap the ties behind your head. Tie them at the front, checking to see the ties are flat at the front.
3. Hold both ties and pull them back in a manner that both of them cross over. Find the long straps on the side that allow you to tie them behind the back of your head. For the perfect compression, simply double wrap the straps. It features an extra long tail along with wide head-wraps to offer the perfect hold and compression. In addition, durags apply compression which makes the hair follow your desired blueprint. Men with cornrows wore durags to prevent friction, frizz, and flyaways. The Wavebuilder Durag features quality fibers that undergo weaving to come with a silky looking Durags. I also loved that they come in several different colors. What’s more exciting is that you get both colors in a package. What’s more, the premium quality fibers keep your hair compressed, which helps in the formation of the waves. Unfortunately, the Durags compromises on its stitch quality.
Unlike other affordable durags that compromise on stitching, the Slippery Customs Velvet Durag boasts of triple stitching. The velvet fabric is comfortable and flexible, something that allows you to wear the durag all day without any discomfort. The fabric also acts as a sun blocker, which helps to improve the texture of your hair. You can wear this durag even when the sun is scorching outside. Wearing two durags can help tame those pesky hairs that stick up through your durag. Sweating is a huge problem that comes from wearing durags. You can wear it throughout the day without worrying about excessive sweating or the stinky smell. Sleeping is another time you should wear your durag, as it will hold your waves in place. When wearing the durag, ensure that you place it on your head evenly. I have had the same problem but I have more years into the wave game so I didn’t really care at first, But after 2 days on not brushinn’n and me not wearing my tsu-rag.