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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comb

A comb is a toothed device used for styling, cleaning and managing hair and scalp. Combs have been used by humans since prehistoric times, having been discovered in very refined forms from settlements dating back to 5,000 years ago in Persia.

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Shop hair brushes and combs at ULTA. Perfect your hairstyle with ULTA's selection of round, paddle and teasing brushes from top-rated brands.

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Assorted combs, palm combs, pocket combs, folding combs, switchblade combs, mustache combs, barber capes and more!

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Results 1 - 60 of 114 ... Professional styling combs include durable, heat-resistant combs for styling, sectioning, barbering, detangling, backcombing, teasing, feathering and finishing at SallyBeauty.com.

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Comb definition, a toothed strip of plastic, hard rubber, bone, wood, or metal, used for arranging the hair, untangling it, or holding it in place. See more.

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Fromm Diane Styling Comb Boxed - 12 ct. Wet Brush Flex Dry Paddle - Ombre. NEW. The Wet Brush Wet Brush Flex Dry Paddle - Ombre · Wet Brush Flex Dry - Ombre. NEW. The Wet Brush Wet Brush Flex Dry - Ombre. (6). Wet Brush Paddle Detangler - Purple. NEW. The Wet Brush Wet Brush Paddle Detangler - Purple. ( 1).

www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/comb

Define comb: a toothed instrument used especially for adjusting, cleaning, or confining hair — comb in a sentence.

en.wiktionary.org/wiki/comb

From Middle English comb, from Old English camb (“comb”), from Proto- Germanic *kambaz (“comb”) (compare Saterland Frisian Koum, Swedish/Dutch kam, German Kamm), from Proto-Indo-European *ǵómbʰos (“tooth”), from Proto- Indo-European *ǵómbʰ- (“to pierce, gnaw through”) (compare Tocharian B keme , ...