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Old 06-16-2005, 09:15 PM   #1
 
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What types of combs do you use on your hair?

Edit: If you don't use any of these combs, please describe which comb/brush you use.
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Old 06-16-2005, 11:23 PM   #2
 
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I use the denman brush and a cheapie, no-name, slightly flexible comb.
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Old 06-17-2005, 07:04 AM   #3
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I have so many combs and brushes: denmans, boar's bristle, paddle, combo boars/synthetic, rat tail, and metal pick. But the only one I use on a daily basis is my mebco detangling shower comb. The others are for special styles.

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I have that same mebco, Webbie!

To be honest tho, I just use my fingers to detangle in the shower, and other than that, I don't really comb my hair (just fluff and scrunch). One less thing to carry when I travel!
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Old 06-17-2005, 08:39 AM   #5
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My hair tangles too easlily to rely on just my fingers. I'd have dreadlocks in a week if I used just my fingers.
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My main comb is the K-cutter although I do have a couple of wide-tooth plastic combs. I have the Denman brush too but using it is more time consuming.
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I'm hearing "Denman brush"...I went to the store yesterday and saw a LOT of brushes by Denman. Which are you referring to?
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Old 06-17-2005, 11:43 AM   #8
 
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I'm hearing "Denman brush"...I went to the store yesterday and saw a LOT of brushes by Denman. Which are you referring to?
I think it's the brushes on this page. https://www.denmanbrush.com/store/re...p?type=classic
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Old 06-17-2005, 05:57 PM   #9
 
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I bought a denman brush recently and it works pretty good. I am still working with half relaxed hair so we will see how good it works when I am all natural. I also use a wide tooth comb as seen above, but all the tines are equal length. I have been using that same comb for 16 years. Other combs have come into my life but this one never fails me. I would be hurt if I lost it.
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I use the Denman3 brush and the Mebco comb.
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I use a generic wide-toothed comb. The denman brush just did not work for me. I can't get away with fingercombing; I did that for a while and ended up with a fat dred in the back of my head! There's nothing wrong with locs, but I'm not looking to loc yet!!
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Well of course I had to try the Mebco Detangling comb. I bought from sally's. Love how affordable it was. It worked great. I was done in half the time. Not to mention devacurl one condish has great slip. Dont know why I havent been using that one more often. I need to buy a liter of that stuff.
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