Tired of seeing split ends? Perhaps it’s time to upgrade to a higher quality detangling comb.
Seamed vs. Seamless Combs
Before starting my healthy hair journey, I used a generic detangling comb until I learned about the benefits of seamless combs. Seamed combs have uneven edges along the tines. This unevenness causes friction and can be damaging to our hair. Seamless combs, however, are smooth along the tines which is gentler and safer for combing.
Hercules Sagemann Seamless Combs
My favorite seamless combs are Hercules Sagemann. They are premium quality plastic and free of uneven edges. I have been using Hercules Sagemann combs for several years and I’m pleased with the impact that it’s had on my hair. Below is an overview of the Herecules Sagemann combs I own.
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Wide Tooth Detangling Comb. Cost: $19.50
This wide tooth detangling comb is pure magic! It’s the best comb I’ve used and the most used in my collection. This comb is meant to comb through large sections of hair and works great on wet, damp or dry hair. Because the teeth are widely spaced apart, it doesn’t fully detangle my hair. Therefore, I follow up with a medium detangling comb for a thorough detangling session.
Item #1975. Cost:$14.95
I use a medium tooth detangling comb as a second pass comb to remove shed hair missed by the wide tooth detangling comb. This comb works best on small to medium sections of wet, damp or dry hair. I have coarse hair that is dense. Therefore, I have to be extremely careful when using a medium tooth detangling comb when my hair is fully dry. I work in small sections to minimize friction breakage.
Item #6450. Cost: $12.50
What Comb Do You Use to Detangle Your Hair?