Quelles sont les raisons du succès du peigne en corne ? Qui l'utilise et comment ? Quels types de peignes sont utilisés ? Voici le résultat d'une grande enquête menées par Thomas Liorac auprès de 775 personnes du 26 mai au 9 juin 2019.
The traditional handcrafting of a horn comb requires 17 successive steps. A meticulous work that combines manual address, physical endurance and machine control. Sawing: cut the horn into three pieces, biscayer, gorget. Biscayer: open and unfold the central piece of the horn Scratch: equalize, biscuit (...)
Should we choose a comb or a brush? The ultimate: A horn comb and a boar silk brush. One often wonders if it is better to use a comb or a brush. One can indeed use one or the other depending on the desired effect, but in fact most often, the best choice is to use both. Everything is all about (...)
impact on the environment: equivalent. Both horn and wood are renewable and bio-degradable materials. The wood is often renewed more slowly, but allows to make more objects in one piece. However, some wood species are valuable and rare. It is better not to use them (wood of (...)
Many people say this: "The comb is not my thing." In reality, they have experienced the syndrome of the plastic comb. After the war, until the 1980s, the plastics industry did everything possible to make plastic supplant the horn. Plastic combs have taken on the appearance of (...)
once or twice a month, clean your comb with a small brush and soapy water. This removes impurities that settle on it during daily use. Use a mild or non-detergent soap or shampoo. Then rinse your comb thoroughly. after rinsing, wipe it well. The horn n '(...)