View Poll Results: What type of comb do you use?

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  • Horn comb

    22 18.03%
  • Wood comb

    45 36.89%
  • Plastic comb

    40 32.79%
  • Hard Rubber comb

    4 3.28%
  • Madora Comb

    8 6.56%
  • Hairsense Comb

    7 5.74%
  • Hercules Sägemann Comb

    5 4.10%
  • Eternally In Amber Comb

    18 14.75%
  • Mason Pearson Comb

    3 2.46%
  • Other Type

    14 11.48%
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Thread: What type of comb do you use?

  1. #81
    Member Christine_O's Avatar
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    Default Re: What type of comb do you use?

    I have a handmade wood detangler that I use most of the time, and a wide tooth plastic comb that I use in the shower with hair conditioner when I've been out in the wind with my hair down.

    The plastic comb is a Goody.
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    Default Re: What type of comb do you use?

    A wide tooth comb, Hercules Sägemann Magic Star.

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    Default Re: What type of comb do you use?

    I use a wooden, rectangular brush by TEK Elite
    It's really nice on the scalp.

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    Default Re: What type of comb do you use?

    Wood and Horn

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    Default Re: What type of comb do you use?

    I have an old plastic comb but I don't use it now as it really causes a lot of breakage.

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    Member Luna Starsetta's Avatar
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    Default Re: What type of comb do you use?

    on occasion when i oil my hair i brush though it with my boar bristle wet brush to evenly distribute the oil.
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    Default Re: What type of comb do you use?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pacific View Post
    A wide tooth comb, Hercules Sägemann Magic Star.
    I'm still using that comb.

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    Default Re: What type of comb do you use?

    I have a wide tooth wood comb from the Body Shop. It looks lovely and works for my hair. I don't own any other combs or brushes but I just ordered a new brush from Tangle Teezer.
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    Default Re: What type of comb do you use?

    I normally don't use combs, but I have wood combs, plastic combs and hard rubber combs in my bathroom I personally kind of hate the plastic one so I tend to use the others if I'm using one.
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    Default Re: What type of comb do you use?

    I use a wide tooth plastic comb, I can't remember where I got it but it works well for me. When my hair is static I just wet my comb and the issue is fixed.

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