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Finding a Good Comb
1) The teeth are widely spaced. You
don’t want to use a comb that has thin, close
2) The comb
should be sturdy and should not bend when you run it through your
3) Use this comb after shampooing instead of a brush. Wet hair is
not as strong as
dry hair, so you have to treat it gently.
Don’t pull the comb through a tangle. Spray the tangle with a dilution of crème
rinse to loosen it, then use your fingers to separate the tangle, then
5) Wash the comb every other time you wash your hair. The best
solution is to add a
dollup of your shampoo with a few drops of ammonia
in warm water..
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