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Sometimes wrangling our curls seems so challenging, we wish we could send our locks to hair obedience school. Luckily, Miss Jessie’s (aka the curl-whisperer) trains hair to behave itself. Exhibit A: This gentle wide-toothed comb. Use it to thoroughly detangle kinked strands while minimizing breakage (the main cause of frizz) and keeping your ringlets intact.
This broke within a week of purchase. My hair isn't super thick or long or anything. I've got short, curly hair. The comb I picked up at the supermarket for a dollar has lasted much longer than this did.1
I know this comb is marketed toward curly girls so I suppose I should have read the product specs more closely but this comb is not for me. I have thick shoulder length strands are fairly straight. I was hoping this comb would be a champion detangler as the longer & blonder my locks get, the bigger the tangles. The comb's teeth are set nice and wide however they come to a point that seem to do more harm then good as I attempt to comb leave-in conditioner through my hair. The pointy teeth also hurt my scalp and actually got stuck in my hair. The material the comb is constructed of doesn't have any slip to it; it almost felt like wood.1
I don't feel that there is anything particularly special about this comb. Thankfully I needed a wide toothed comb, and this does the job. But it's disappointing that it is being described as more than that. It definitely does not help out with detangling much. Do NOT expect this product to run through your hair smoother than any other comb in the world.1
I would not recommend this. It is very sharp and doesn't go through my hair at all. Do not buy this.1
What a harsh comb! The description sold me but it hurts. My kids will not let me near them with it and I realized it really does hurt. I can't believe I spent the money on this.1
why on earth did they not round off the tips on this thing? I feel like I totally wasted $6.00. The comb tips are pointy and hurt my head, even with the most gentle motions.1
This is just another comb. Nothing special about it. When I ran it through my tangle prone fine hair it snagged, and tore just like any other comb. I'll stick to hair brushes.1
The teeth of this comb are thick and sharp. I tried it once and found it to be the opposite of gentle--harsh and painful.
I do not like this comb at all. It is very sharp. I avoid using it at all costs and prefer a $1 comb that I got at the, guess where, $1 store. Ooh, Miss Jessie Comb, that was a burn.1
I have lots of curly hair and thought this would be a good detangling tool. After removing it from the protective cellophane, I noticed the teeth seemed a bit sharp. First use was uncomfortable on my scalp. Second use, today, cut my hand and scalp...drew blood!!! I give up.1