Tool Structure 3 Row Stying Comb
I purchased this comb because it reminded me of my Denman brush. I wasn't proven wrong. I use this comb to detangle my hair after I apply my conditioner. It detangles my natural African American hair easily and its great. I use this comb where its rather inconvenient to use my Denman brush which I primarily use to sspread my moisturizer when I apply it to wet hair. I haven't been disappointed and I've been using this comb for about 2 months now. Try it you'll probably like it too.
June 24, 2012
My hair is thick and silky and very hard to tease. I love this comb because it works excellently, and doesn't damage hair like some teasers do. When used to comb hair regularly, it leaves hair shiny and soft.
March 10, 2011
I really like this comb! I use it for detangling. I think it works great like the denman but it's super cheap! I love it! I just wish it was a little bigger and longer. Also in a lighter color
February 26, 2011
A little long winded review - but bear with me, I just like to be thorough ;P.
I am a 24 yr old woman of AfriKan descent and I can honestly say, I.M.O this brush is just as good as a Denman D3 brush in that it detangles hair quickly and easily and it's bristles are firm with soft tips. Since it's narrow, it's easy to clean while i'm using it, so I don't redeposit shed hairs back into my hair while i'm detangling with conditioner, which really saves me detangling time. It's easy on my hands, a convenient size and makes detangling my short 1"-6" type 4a hair a breeze! I'm completely natural and this brush is a God sent! Definatley recommend to anyone with tightly coiled natural hair as a must have impliment in their natural hair tools arsenal.
CON: Should have came in white or a light color so I could SEE my shed hairs in it while i'm brushing so I don't have to keep cleaning it off every couple strokes.
CURLY HAIR TIP: Work in medium size sections on conditioner/detangler saturated hair. Finger comb first, then use wide tooth comb, and follow it up with this brush to avoid broken off shed hairs.
(MAKE SURE to clean off your comb, brush, and fingers every couple of strokes to stop the shed hairs from going back in your head and creating MORE tangles and or knots with your existing hair to save yourself detangling time and ALWAYS brush delicately. If you feel a snag or an undoable knot, STOP - don't comb harder, try to undo it with your fingers as much possible then CUT the knot and continue).
Hope this helps!
September 26, 2010