Recently on social media, you may have noticed the rise in push or 3D fingerwave hairstyles making an appearance in your news feeds. While it’s a hair style that looks complicated when it’s complete, it’s actually much more achievable than you may realize. If you’ve been feeling like you keeping having the desire to style your hair in a push or 3D fingerwave, you’re in the right place because we’re sharing tips on how to rock a push or 3D fingerwave. Yep, we’re sharing the steps so you can achieve this look at home!
Prep Your Hair
Just like with any other hair style, prepping your hair properly is going to help make sure that you get the best look possible. The thing with this type of hair style is you’re not going to want your hair to be completely dry to accomplish it. Wash your hair and use a towel to get it mostly dry. Again, you don’t want your hair totally dry here. Mostly dry, but not dripping wet – finding a place between these two is going to give you the best results for this type of look.
The Beginning Steps
Next, you’re going to start the process of creating this hair style. With your mostly wet hair, comb your hair into a strong side part. Using the comb to really create the part and flattening out your hair to really make sure that your hair is tight to your head. While doing this, many experts suggest using a gel hair styling product to begin applying to your hair. Since this is a very structured hair style gel is found to be the best product for this part of the process. Applying the gel to your wet hair is going to help give your hair most structure and hold. Apply a fairly generous amount of gel and work it into your hair and comb your hair to make sure it’s being distributed throughout the rest of your hair.
Begin Creating the Waves
To start to create those 3D waves in your hair, experts suggest adding a metal clip to one side of your hair right by the part and where you want to begin the waves. This will help keep your hair in place a bit easier. Once you’ve done that, use your comb to go down the hair a bit and then about ½” or so down reverse the direction of the comb to then push UP towards the part and clip. While doing this you’ll want to use your other hand to hold the hair and comb down. Once you create that wave shape, hold it in place with another metal clip. Repeat the process until you’ve created the waves all the way down until you reach the area near your ear. Do this process to both sides of your hair, leave the clips in and allow your hair to dry like that to encourage the hair to stay that way. Once your hair is dry, gently remove the clips from your hair and set with hair spray.