Post # 1
Which of these types of combs would have the most staying power? Any ideas? I have thinner and finer hair, but I’m going to spray the bejeezus out of it and back comb/curl it and do a half up on one side type of do. I can’t try them of course, as they are all online 🙁 LOVE the first two pics, they are the same comb, but wasnt sure about the teeth:
Post # 3
I’d guestimate number 2.
You could always bobby pin it in.
Post # 4
@Hyperventilate ha! of course that it the $70 one on etsy (as opposed ot the other two on ebay for less-hehe). you must have very good taste.
Post # 5
I would go with long teeth. I have out of control thick/wavy hair and my veil had long teeth, and we bobby pinned the crap out of it. It still slid out but not until pictures!
Post # 6
@babbot: Not really, I was looking purely at the teeth. I don’t really like hair combs in general. The teeth on that one are generally more “wavy and grippy” in comparison to the others, who have very long very smooth teeth.
I imagine your hair is like mine, thin and smooth so in my own experience, things with “smooth teeth” generally don’t stay in my hair.
ETA: Attach it as close to the scalp as you can is my helpful suggestion. It might be a little uncomfortable, but I’ve always found that pins/combs/decorations in my hair stay a bit better the more resistance and friction they have when close to the scalp.
Post # 7
NOT #3. That type of comb falls out right away. Beyond that, you would have to try and see…
I like #1.