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The comb is such a basic human tool that historians have no way to know who the inventor of the first comb was. Combs that have been found by archaeologists have been located in settlements from 5,000 years ago in Persia.


To style a comb over, the hair on the top of the head should be at least an inch long with the sides and back cut short or shaved. The longer hair should be styled to one side using a generous amount of pomade and a fine-toothed comb.


Hair clipper guide combs are attachments that help ensure even hair length when cutting short hair. They come in a variety of sizes for cuts of all short lengths, from 1/8 of an inch to slightly more than 1 inch.


To style the hair in a comb twist, wash the hair, remove any tangles, and then divide it into sections using horizontal partings. Comb defining gel creme gel through a 1/4-inch section of hair, ensuring even coverage. Slide a comb into the section of hair, and twist the comb around, coiling the hair


An electric hot comb is a heat styling device that straightens wavy or curly hair. It is the electric version of the traditional hot comb, which is heated on a stove top before use.


While the exact inventor of the hot comb is unknown, an American woman by the name of Annie Malone holds the first patent on the design. The design was later improved upon by Madam CJ Walker, who widened the teeth of the comb to better work on black hair.


The electric straightening comb is a hair straightening tool that consists of a metal comb with a heating element inside that straightens hair using the heat. The electric straightening comb can straighten hair close to the hair root.


Combed yarn is yarn that has undergone a time-intensive combing process that makes its fibers straight and ensures that the fibers run parallel to each other. The combing process makes the yarn stronger and more compact. In comparison, corded yarn is less costly and less suitable for weaving.


According to Details Magazine, the invention of the first straightening comb is attributed to Frenchman Marcel Grateau, an innovative hairdresser who created hot irons. The Marcel wave hairstyle that features rows of styled waves is named after him.


As of 2015, the HairMax Advanced 7 Laser Comb has received a 4.3-star rating out of a possible five. This laser comb has the approval of the Federal Drug Administration and is the only product of its kind to receive FDA approval for in-home use.