Bloom Planets Comb MMMC Davidian
A rock 'n' roll metal comb Medium-sized
The Rock 'n' Roll hair comb is designed with 10 teeth for the large model and 5 teeth for the small model. The teeth are real metal piano strings, a manufacturing technique invented by the famous hairdresser Antoine. If you're having trouble tying your hair tightly with the other combs, try this one! Specially designed for very smooth hair, Antoine came up with the idea for this comb during a trip to Japan in the 70s. It holds the hair so well that you can dance without worrying about your accessory slipping! Piano string teeth are gold-plated or nickel-colored so as not to hang the hair.
This accessory is part of our range of mid-size accessories. In other words, it is the most complete collection of items that is suitable for most women. Whether your hair is very dense or normal, these items will fit your hairstyle perfectly. You can use several of these accessories to make a set!
A beautiful handmade acetate accessory with French metal. decorated with Swarovski ® stones
Non-allergenic cotton celluloid accessory (acetate). The cutting, dyeing and polishing of the acetate are done by hand in our specialized workshops in France. The acetate gives lightness to the accessory. But it is also very resistant and maintains itself over time. In addition, its ability to marry shapes provides great comfort when installed on its head. The quality of acetate-based fantasies is no longer proven, so let yourself be tempted! The metal used is gilded with fine gold or nickel. We use gold for warm tones and nickel for cool colors.
The item has a light but vibrant decoration. Perfect to give your hair a radiant touch while remaining discreet! This decoration is made entirely of Swarovski ® components hand-set.
- Rock'n Roll Metal Comb Planets In Bloom Light
- Design: feminine with luxury rhinestones
- Dimension (cm)
- Dimensions (cm): 7cm
- Manufacturing: in France
- Material: cotton acetate or celluloid, gold-plated or nickel-plated metal
- 6 choice of colours (classic)
- Year of creation
- Creation date: 2016