Sunday, November 27, 2011

New Hercules Sagemann Seamless Comb

I finally purchased a new detangling comb and all because my BF talked a bit of sense into me. So last week I was complaining (hey, it happens) about how I wanted to purchase a quality detangling comb but didn't feel like forking over $17 to do it. His response was to ask me if I would pay that much for a shirt, to which I replied "yes." He then asked me: "which are you going to use more, the shirt or the comb?" I responded "clearly the comb because I wash my hair weekly." After that he just gave a face that said "DUH, so stop being cheap and get the comb already!"

Hotcombs.net was offering 10% all orders so I caved and purchased the HS1975 Styling Comb for $11.65. Before the discount it costs $12.95, and while a discount of $1.30 isn't A LOT, it's better than nothing!

I washed my hair today and tried out my new comb... and... I love it! Definitely noticed a difference in the ease of detangling, how well it actually detangles my hair compared to the seamless comb I was using before and I lost much less hair than usual. I regret not getting one sooner! I may purchase two more in the future, a wider toothed comb and a fine toothed comb.

Do you have a Hercules Sagemann comb? Do you love it too?
How weird is it that I've named my comb Tiff? It was the first thing that came to mind! Lol... don't judge me :)
My old seamless detangling comb

With smiles,

10 comments:

  1. Hi Jen,
    I own two Hercules Sagemann comb, the jumbo rake and the mini rake ( http://www.hotcombs.net/magic-star-jumbo-rake/) and I LOVE them, they are the best combs. I've been meaning to pick up the detangler  but I'm so attach to my jumbo rake lol but I will definitely pick one up.

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  2. what is it about this comb that it so different than ur old comb??? i'm so confused... they look pretty similar. 

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  3. Thenlucilesays11/27/11, 11:54 PM

     I ve a mason pearson rake comb ( I know baller!) But seriously the best comb I ever had. I've had it since the beginning of my journey and its the only thing which allows me to detangle my natural hair really easily, the denman the jillbere were just a waste of money. And apparently that comb is supposed to last 10+ years. =D

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  4. Yay! I'm assuming this is the bone comb that you've wanted for so long?  Glad to hear it works wonders for you!  Lol of course I'm interested in getting one now...what makes a bone comb better/different than a seamless comb?

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  5. It's not the same comb, that one was like $18 dollars; I couldn't bring myself to do it lol.

    A bone comb is a seamless comb. It's called a "bone comb" because in the past, the combs used to be hand made from comb where all the seams would be sanded off leaving a smooth comb that wouldn't snag or break hair. They're no longer made from bone, instead they're hard rubber but the the seams are still sanded down; they simply retained the name.

    A seamless comb is better than a regular comb due to the lack of hair snagging seams.

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  6. I have the conair knock version of the jilbere shower detangling comb. The thick teeth made it difficult to detangle my hair really well because my hair is so fine.

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  7. Both combs are seamless but I think what makes this Hercules more efficient at detangling my hair is its longer and slimmer teeth. The difference I felt while using it is that it took less effort to work through the hair than the other comb.

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  8. The jumbo rake is next on my list :)

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  9. Just purchased my seamless comb as well, thanks much:-)

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  10. I just purchased two seamless combs, the magic lady star and the fine tooth comb, and I have to say I love them! I noticed immediately there was a lot less breakage than when I used my old combs. I have to admit, I was thrown off by the price but then I bit the bullet and I'm glad I did. These are now my new favorite combs. Thanks so much. :)

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