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Best men comb

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by crazy_russian, Dec 6, 2012.

  1. crazy_russian

    crazy_russian Well-Known Member

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    for the hair does not electrify

    Thanks
     
  2. Maximator

    Maximator Senior member

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    I'm assuming that you are referring to the buildup of static electricity. Use any old comb, but touch a metal object before you start combing, or do it when the hair is slightly moist.
     
  3. CalTex

    CalTex Senior member

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    Kent brushes, hand cut and made in England.
     
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  4. az64q

    az64q Well-Known Member

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    I'm looking for a good comb, and it looks like Kent makes a proper one. There is a lot of variety, and I'm not sure which one to get. I keep my hair short on the sides, medium length on top, and my hair is thick. I do the classic side-part, but I have my hair more up than flat. What's a typical length for a proper men's comb?

    I am looking at two that are around six inches, one that is almost seven inches, and one that is almost eight inches. Are there any advantages on going for a longer comb vs a shorter comb? Or should I be looking at pocket combs? I'm not one to carry one around with me at all times, but if the comb itself is better/easier than the longer ones for styling then I'd rather have that.
     

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