3Comb Smooth/Hercules Sagemann Seamless Combs

Discussion in 'Hair Care Tips & Product Review Discussion' started by MsAminta, Nov 14, 2012.

  1. Ms. Tiki

    Ms. Tiki Well-Known Member

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    ceecy29 I must agree. They will go all out to make their customers happy. I had an issue trying to order during another sale and the item ended up selling out. I called customer service and they put me on the the list to be emailed when it came in. Plus, they still gave me a discount and free shipping for the backordered item.
     
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    divachyk Thanks for providing the link to your blog post. It is very helpful. I already ordered my magic star but knowing me...I will probably try out the hair sense bone comb sometime in the near future.
     
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    it's been ages since i've been here. and now i remember why i stopped coming as often. yall know how to make a sistah empty her PJ pockets! i have bone combs. i do not need anything new! :lachen:

    p.s. has anyone ever tried their sleep cap? i'm curious if it would actually stay on my head...
     
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    I haven't tried their sleep cap. My sleep cap has an adjustable string. Maybe that would help it stay on your head? Think I got it from Walmart.
     
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    My combs arrived today! I'm braided right now and my DD is twisted so it'll be a week or two before I can try them out.
     
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    I am eagerly awaiting mine! Let us know how you like them. :)
     
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    Will do! Can't wait...
     
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    hey daviine! how you doing? it's been so long!
     
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    I have the sleep cap. It is okay but I will not order another one in the future. The inside of the cap is very smooth (satin-like) as compared to the outer fabric. The only issue that I have is that it shifts a lot along my hairline. If I don't tie it tightly it shifts around and rubs my hairline. When I tie the string tight enough to make it stay put (which is not overly tight) I wake up with ridges along my hairline/face. It works best for me if I tie a silk scarf on first to protect my hairline then place the cap over the scarf, so that the edge is actually resting on the scarf and not my hairline.

    The customer services is fantastic! I placed 2 orders in one day (one in the morning and one later that afternoon). Customer service contacted me to let me know that they were going to combine my orders so that I would not have to pay for shipping & handling twice. I thought that was very nice of them to do without my having to ask.
     
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    thanks for the info about the sleep cap. it sounds about like the Maverickwear ones that i have. i really like them, but i have to use snap hair clips to keep it on. i can't stand that line!
     
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    I bought all 3 combs for the 3 comb smooth. They cost me about $30 which is overpriced for 3 combs in my opinion. My experience : they all worked well in smoothing and detangling my (wet) hair, in reality : I have gotten the same results using paddle and denman brushes. Now that I know better I can get the same results with combs that I purchases from walmart, all I use is a wide tooth comb first then a finer one on mostly blowdried hair. I only use a fine rattail comb for chasing the flat iron.
     
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    I used my combs on dd last night. She'd been in mini twists for 4 weeks. I did not detangle before shampooing...not sure if it would have made a difference. At any rate, I parted into quads and after applying leave in to a section, I used magic star rake to detangle and distribute product. I then separated each quad into thirds to put chunky twists in...I used lady star to comb each small section before twisting.

    I liked the way the comb glided through the hair with no force. My dd didnt complain about pulling or being hurt. Shed hair significantly decreased from previous takedowns and wash days.
     

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    gvin89 I also took out dds 4 week old twists with the mini rake. Gosh we are like ><

    Sent from my SGH-T959 using LHCF
     
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    all_1_length Although the other combs detangle just as well, I like the fact that these are seamless. No worrying about microscopic snagging and pulling on my strands. I get enough of that with the rough skin on my hands. :look:

    Sent from my SGH-T959 using LHCF
     
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    I really like the lady star
     
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    adrienne0914 The sleep cap is a waste of money, in my opinion. Nice concept but not practical. It doesn't stay on all night and the "drawstring" sucks.

    I got this during the last sale and haven't used it yet, since I'm in braids. I hope I like it. I figured I'd get this to use for phases 2 and 3 of the 3 smooth method, instead of getting 3 different combs. We'll see.
     
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    have you ever used www.maverickwear.com sleep caps? i wear those. i'm wondering if these are better.
     

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