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On behalf of tvlesson.com this is Lizbeth Muller from Liz’s hair design in Hollywood Florida. In this clip we’re going to talk about the different kinds of combs that we use in this industry. I use several different kinds of combs actually and everyone of one to me is special and unique. First of all we have rattle combs some of them look like this, this is a bone comb actually but this is a rattle comb because it’s just long here and it actually for setting the hair for me or styling. This one here there is kind of long thing sticking up here, it is for highlights. so when I’m highlighting a hair this is the kind of tool I use. Talking about bone comb, these are my bone combs. I had them for years and some of them even I like broken right here, but I love this, they last forever. They’re very sturdy and easy on the hair and they don’t break that easily and you can sanitize them too. They are very easy to sanitize. So I use this to style the hair after I’m done just to put my comb through it and give those layered looks to the hair. and then I have this combs which I use a lot. These are my detangling combs and what’s unique about this comb is as you see that the comb, the thing here they roll. So the teeth on the comb roll which makes it easy to detangle the hair. This is a professional one and this one here you can use at home, this is also for detangling the hair. They have them all types of sizes and its called hair doctor and you won’t get your hair knotted up and not untangled with this. This will untangle the hair and not break the hair and it’s fantastic. So those are the combs that we use in our industry. On behalf of tvlesson.com this has been Lizbeth Muller and thanks for watching.