Ditch Your Brush With These Grown Woman Combs
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Be honest, when was the last time you used a comb? If you can’t remember, it’s probably been too long. Combs are a great option for coarser hair and curls, and work wonders on fine or breakage-prone locks. While you may be used to a brush, combs are super gentle and won’t take as much hair with them after every stroke, which is why we suggest switching it up. They’re also great for styling to give you combed through waves that look effortless. Now is the time, here’s our round-up of some combs that fit perfectly in your grown life.
Mason Pearson Rake Comb: $35
This five-star rake comb is the perfect antidote to tightly coiled hair that snags brushes.
Ouidad Double Detangler Comb: $19.50
With a double row of teeth to reach the hardest to reach curls, this next gen comb is what you need to stay tangle and frizz-free.
Fendrihan Beech Wood Styling Comb: $17.95
Tame hair with this soft on the scalp, static prevention comb made from traditionally crafted beech wood.
Leonor Greyl Paris Detangling Comb: $18
Suitable for all hair types and lengths, this high-end comb is designed for maximum ease of use – notice the curved shape and snaggle-proof rounded tipped teeth.
Keranique Anti-breakage Detangling Comb: $10
Separate and smooth hair with two levels of detangling power.
Kristin Ess Wide Tooth Detangling Hair Comb: $8
Shiny and so cute, not to mention a scalp stimulator and detangler, the Kristin Ess comb deserves a place on your bathroom shelf.
Spornette International Little Wonder: $8
The Spornette teaser comb has been in use since the 50s – take it out when you want hair that’s bigger and better.
Conair Anti-static Detangling Comb: $3
Tame flyaways on the cheap with this faithful comb by Conair.