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Operation ‘Combing'

Using the right type of comb for your hair can elevate your look quickly

Operation ‘Combing'

Bad hair day? Ain’t nobody got time for that.

A good hair day can not only make you feel better but it will also boost your mood altogether but a bad hair day? It can make you go ‘oh no!’ The most important thing to rescue us from this bad condition is a comb! We all know how important combs are in our day-to-day life and hairstyling plays an important role. Using the right type of comb for your hair can elevate your look quickly. The right comb will help you get your hair game on point. 

Back in the early 19th century, shells and horns were used to make combs, and by the late 19th century, actual plastic combs came into mass production and boomed the comb industry.

Did you know? We have combs specifically designed for our hair type, hair texture, and the right comb will amp up your look instantly. So, are you still confused about which comb to use? Just scroll down and find out which is the most appropriate comb you have to use to give your hair that extra shine. 

All-purpose comb

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The most commonly found brush in every household, and just like the name, this comb does multitasking with the balanced look that comes in handy for men, women, and children. These seven-inch combs are extremely common in every home and are very ideal for a quick fix or if you want to make stylish hairstyles, this comb is just as efficient as its name.

Barber comb

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These combs are mostly used for men rather than women, these combs are used for minimal details and they help to cut and trim the hair in proportion. They have both fine-tooth and wide-tooth sections and they are generally thinner in proportion. This comb is perfect if you want to cut your hair or just want a hairstyle with minute detailing.

Fine-tooth comb

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These combs are for the days when we want our hair to look neat and perfectly gathered. In this comb, the teeth are closely positioned together and that helps you to put them together in the neatest way. This sleek and well-built comb is a great replacement for a hairbrush. It is best suitable for people with thin hair. Avoid using this on your thick and coarse hair as it will end up breaking those strands of hair easily. 

Wide-tooth comb

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This comb has teeth that are largely spaced and it is commonly referred to to get those tangles out of the hair. This comb is commonly used on wet hair and if you use a wide-tooth comb on your wet hair, you’ll have fewer split ends. 

These wide-tooth combs are also very handy to use when you style your hair with any heating tool be it perming and straightening or curling. It is good to use this comb as it is very gentle on the hair. These combs are very common and cost-efficient as well. 

Pintail comb

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This comb has a fine tooth in the half and a thin tail at its base, the people who love to straighten their hair with the straightening iron will love using this comb. This comb will help them to segregate their hair without leaving hairs behind. It is very sleek and convenient for styling straight hair instantly 

Cushion brush

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This is the go-to professional brush, it is an excellent tool when styling your hair and goes well when used with any hairstyling iron, it also helps to get away from the knots and tangles in the hair. This brush has a cushion that helps to make them frizz-free and keep them static, this is what you need to keep them away from frizz.

 Detangling brush

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This brush is best to get away from those tangles and knots, this is an effective comb for people who have stubborn hair, this brush is extremely easy to use, it can work on tangled wet and even on the dry knotted hair as well. This brush is best to get those tangles and knots, especially when in a hurry.

 Bristle brush

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These bristle brushes are available in variety, they can be found in different varieties in natural and synthetic materials. Natural bristle brushes are ideal for thin hair whereas synthetic bristle brushes are good enough for thick brushes. The bristle brushes are good to detangle the hair to save them from the breeze.

Large round barrel brush 

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These brushes are best when you want the bouncy hair look, it is most commonly used in salons while styling the hair after haircuts but this brush is a grab for the people who love to achieve the bouncy look and it helps you keep frizzy hair away and give you loads of volume.