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    Bijnor Hand Carved Steam Beech Wood Comb (Small)

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    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

    If you use styling creams, gels and hair sprays on a regular basis, it is advisable to clean the comb once a week. Otherwise, if you don't use a lot of products on your hair, get in the habit of cleaning your comb every 2-3 weeks.

    It is important to choose a brush based on the length and texture of your hair. If you have long and fine hair, a flat brush or a flat brush with boar hair will work just fine. For straight hair, a flat brush is ideal. For curly hair, most hair experts suggest using a sparse brush.

    Wooden combs are slightly better than plastics and metals in terms of hair loss. It stimulates hair growth and reduces scalp infections.

    Pour warm water into the sink and mix with a small amount of clear shampoo or baby shampoo. Then soak the comb in water for at least 15 minutes. Rinse the comb thoroughly to avoid dirt, hair care product residues and excess shampoo.

    First, hold the comb upside down so the curve points up. Then pull the hair back to where you want it fixed, hold the hair in one hand and slide the teeth of the comb over that section with the other hand.

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