Detangling Comb: Brushes: Hair - The Body Shop

Detangling Comb: Brushes: Hair - The Body Shop

The key to unfrizzy curls is (in part) a good wide-tooth comb. I'd like to see how a natural comb (wood) will make a difference.

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