Is Steeltooth Right for you?
If your comb snags in your hair, then yes
The hair on each person's head is characterized by density, diameter, curl pattern, and porosity. To make things simple, your hair is thicker than normal if a comb snags or gets stuck mid stroke. Hair diameter has four labels in the order of thickness level: Fine, Medium, Thick, and Natural. Fine hair probably has no issues when using a standard plastic comb when doing hair with pomade or other products in it. Medium to Thick hair will experience a static build up and snagging in the middle of a brush or comb stroke when using a plastic comb. A Steeltooth Comb does not produce a static charge nor will it snag creating smooth strokes. This reduces the amount of time it takes to style your hair and removes any limitations you've had previously when it comes to hairstyles. Natural/Coarse hair is normally too thick for plastic combs to even work. People with natural hair usually have to use very coarse brushes with bristles on them, or combs with long metal rods on them.
Likely has no issues with plastic combs. Natural hair oils easily make it to the ends of hair, providing smooth and silky texture. Probably would not see value in steel comb.
Hair might have a wave to it, and have a semi coarse texture as hair oils have a hard time making it to the ends of the hair. Greatly affected by static especially at long hair lengths.
Hair may be curly or have a complete curl at a certain length. Greatly affected by static and humidity. Plastic combs are generally useless except for certain situations to control hair. Our combs work best with oil based pomade.
Good for combing out waves and detail work to comb out the ends of different hairstyles. If current routine bends or breaks plastic teeth, our combs will work well for you.