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Rated 5 out of
An affordable hair cutting combI am a cosmetology student and my mother used to be a cosmetologist. We've never had any problems with these combs. Yeah, if you try to rip them through hair instead of taking the time to untangle the hair properly like you're suppose to they will break and every now and then they'll break. But they're 30 cents and I loose combs easily so I'd rather pay 30 cents and loose something than like $2. They're just an inexpensive hair cutting/all purpose comb that can be easily replaced if lost or broken.
Date published: 2012-02-05
Rated 1 out of
Terrible! Very flimsyWhen I started cosmetology school I bought some of these for haircutting, only to use one one time and the teeth got all bent out of shape, and then I got another one, and got halfway through a haircut and 3 or 4 teeth snapped off, and a girl next to me with the same exact comb was doing a haircut and hers snapped completely in half. You don't want that happening while you're working on a client. I now will only use the Krest/Cleopatra combs for haircutting. Never had any of those issues with those ones.
These combs are very flimsy and cheaply made. They're not even worth 15 cents. Everyone I go to school with will never use these ones again. They're terrible!
Does this have the ruler on the side??? If not is it a stand erred 7in comb?
Asked by: Samanthalee
Answered by: Pistol Anne
Date published: 2018-03-09
what is the length of the combs . I looked on line last week and you have 6 inch comb 12 packs for $2.79 . I am buying these for a hygiene kit for relief efforts and they must be at least 6 inches long
Asked by: Beverly S
They are actually 7 inches long and pretty durable.
Answered by: riles714
Date published: 2018-05-03
Can you tell me the country of origin of you combs
Asked by: Tracey Goodwin
I need to order 500 of these combs. How do I do that