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Plastic Combs vs. Seamless Combs/Bone Combs

msjokermsjoker Posts: 1,658Registered Users
Does anyone have a seamless/plastic comb and find that it workls better than plastic combs?
"It moisturizes my situation... preserves my sexy."

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  • pacammipacammi Posts: 206Registered Users
    CGNYC wrote:
    Oh y'all, that's just her crazy showing.
    Trenellm wrote:
    I guess lying on my back, in the middle of a studio, breathing and making vowel sounds for an hour for two years paid off. :)
  • AnoxiaAnoxia Posts: 64Registered Users
    pacammi wrote:
    This is the comb I use, looks like a weapon!

    OK, that does look like a weapon! It's obviously not seamless. So does it pull at your hair where the 'spikes' (that's what they look like sorry) meet the comb?
    Transition: May 03
    Bc'd on Feb 14, 2004
    Length: 8 - 10'
    Type: THICK curly/coily/wavy
    GOAL: Healthy Bra Strap Length
    HG: (I'm going to step out on a limb here and say...) Smooth N Shine Curl Activator & Fantasia IC w/ Sparklites
  • pacammipacammi Posts: 206Registered Users
    lol :lol: I told you it looks like a weapon! I could never take that thing to the airport! No, I use it on my daughter's hair cause it's so long and quick to tangle. It get s the job done fo sho! It's just like the big ol' afro master combs guys used to have, what ever happened to those anyway? Hmmm....maybe I'll google it!
    CGNYC wrote:
    Oh y'all, that's just her crazy showing.
    Trenellm wrote:
    I guess lying on my back, in the middle of a studio, breathing and making vowel sounds for an hour for two years paid off. :)
  • pacammipacammi Posts: 206Registered Users
    CGNYC wrote:
    Oh y'all, that's just her crazy showing.
    Trenellm wrote:
    I guess lying on my back, in the middle of a studio, breathing and making vowel sounds for an hour for two years paid off. :)
  • AnoxiaAnoxia Posts: 64Registered Users
    pacammi wrote:

    Now I have one of those!!!! But your 'weapon' looks dangerous. I'd be scared that I'd stab myself on accident LOL! All I can say is be careful with that thing.
    Transition: May 03
    Bc'd on Feb 14, 2004
    Length: 8 - 10'
    Type: THICK curly/coily/wavy
    GOAL: Healthy Bra Strap Length
    HG: (I'm going to step out on a limb here and say...) Smooth N Shine Curl Activator & Fantasia IC w/ Sparklites
  • pacammipacammi Posts: 206Registered Users
    Anoxia wrote:
    pacammi wrote:

    Now I have one of those!!!! But your 'weapon' looks dangerous. I'd be scared that I'd stab myself on accident LOL! All I can say is be careful with that thing.

    I keep it on a hiiiigh shelf away from my daughter! :lol:
    CGNYC wrote:
    Oh y'all, that's just her crazy showing.
    Trenellm wrote:
    I guess lying on my back, in the middle of a studio, breathing and making vowel sounds for an hour for two years paid off. :)
  • msjokermsjoker Posts: 1,658Registered Users
    I have the K-Cutter too! :D It's good for detangling.
    "It moisturizes my situation... preserves my sexy."
  • jada1111jada1111 Posts: 829Registered Users
    Seamless is definitely better.

    I bought mine from Tenderheaded.com years ago and haven't looked back.

    I use this one:
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    I have another one that's supposed to be used for wet combing, but I guess they don't carry it anymore. Darn shame, because it's an excellent comb.

    The euro-stil Rake jumbo comb looks a little like it. It's supposed to be good for use on long thick hair either wet or dry. Hmmm, maybe I'll purchase it.
    /home/leaving?target=http%3A%2F%2Ftenderheaded.com%2Feujuraco.html" class="Popup
    Jada1111

    HAIR TYPE: 4a all over/3c around nape/edges; Last relaxer -4/4/02; Big chop - 4/16/03

    /home/leaving?target=http%3A%2F%2Fpublic.fotki.com%2Fjada1111%2F" class="Popup
    PW: flower
  • msjokermsjoker Posts: 1,658Registered Users
    I've tried to search for seamless combs with no luck in my area. Jada, thanks for the link. I really like the combs on the site.
    "It moisturizes my situation... preserves my sexy."
  • SystemSystem Posts: 39,059 Administrator
    i also love the k-cutter and it helps detangle my dry hair. for wet hair, i use the jilbere shower comb knock off

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