The fine comb is a thing of horror, and has no place upon the dressing-table.
You could have run the wisps of it, she said, through the teeth of a fine comb.
By day you might rake the city with a fine comb, and still you would not find me.
The head should be thoroughly washed, every day, and then brushed with a soft hair-brush, or combed with a fine comb.
The hair should now be well combed with a fine comb and then steeped, coil fashion, in warm water for several minutes.
She combed her hair with the fine comb to bring the oil out on it and make it slick.
And releasing it from the clamp, he took down a fine comb from a nail, and repeated the process.
Sulúra ang nagkakuslad nga buhuk, Comb the louse-infested hair with a fine comb.
Frequent washing will remove the dandruff in all cases, and without the injury caused to the scalp by the fine comb.
A fine comb will further straighten the hairs, but it will also remove the snarled, tangled, short hairs.