Hair cutting combs
The medieval profession of the bather is the origin of today's hairdressing trade. The bather cared for the health of the people and was welcome and appreciated everywhere. He ensured harmony on all levels. The parallel that still exists today between the hairdresser and the bather is to do something good for people.Today we have a choice between different hairdressing salons. Classic hairdressing salons that follow the current fashion, natural hairdressing salons, salons with energetic haircuts, we can choose between synthetic hair colours and plant hair colours.Once we have found our favourite hairdresser, we are loyal customers and look forward to the new haircut for days. Hairdressing is a very beautiful craft. Working on people in this way, bringing out the beauty in people more clearly with a haircut, warms the heart of both of us and is healthy. Decades ago, my father had various hairdressers show and explain to him what makes an ideal hairdresser's comb. It must have a good grip, lie well in the hand and the hair must not slip too quickly between the individual teeth. 4 different models were made, tested, sent back and made again until they were confirmed. They are the woods of the wild service tree and the Speierling.The wild service tree is a tree that often lives to be over 300 years old.It is hard, long-fibred and therefore elastic and very fine-pored. It is ideal for making a long-lasting hair cutting tool from.
The 3 different main types differ in the distribution of the various toothings:
Coarse and fine toothing - the classic
Broad and fine toothing - for thick hair
Fine and extra fine toothing - for particularly fine cuts
Our hair cutting comb with handle is deliberately designed so that the thumb rests on the wood. This allows the existing vibration, which is transmitted from the hair to the wood, to be perceived much better. For many natural hairdressers, this is a relief when cutting hair energetically.
I am particularly pleased about the many private customers who enjoy cutting hair and very much like working with one of our hair cutting combs. Each of our hair cutting combs can be cleaned after cutting hair with lukewarm water and a mild soap and dried on a dry cloth. To make it softer again and glide through the hair faster after cleaning, simply comb it over the scalp, so it automatically absorbs hair grease and becomes smoother. If you have any questions about our hair cutting combs, please feel free to call us at 0049 9152 210 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org