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Old 11-15-2012, 08:17 AM   #21
Knotty_Maddy
 
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JLPMom, I am so pleased you had a great success with it! I use mine the same way, twisting certain clumps that are more stubborn or inconsistent, or applying the tips of the comb to my roots and twisting to make the root lift and clump properly (with a dash of heat).

Jas, I am sure it will help you create root lift...I hope you like yours! I think JLPMom said she got a large? I have a medium, and I am going back to get a large! Handy to have both sizes, and I think the large would work better for the roots

THe thing I absolutely adore about this gadget is that it has so much slip, it never, ever gets stuck in my tangly hair So unlike other tools, I can actually use it painlessly
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