Over the years, there have been two brands of pressing combs that have made pressing hair easy. Kentucky Maid is #1 because of their wider selection of pressing comb choices. You can choose between fine and medium teeth. As well as brass or steel teeth. As well as copper or steel spacers. Their pressing comb construction has maintained a higher standard than the Golden Supreme brand. The Kizure brand comes in second place because they do not have spaces.
In the picture above, the pressing comb on the left has copper spacers versus the one on the right has steel spacers. Can you tell the color at the base of the comb between the brass teeth? Steel construction is heavier and more pricey than the copper construction.
I talked about my Kizure pressing comb in a separate article on this blog. I like it because of its oversized teardrop base. The Kizure pressing comb has no spacers, and it's a little heavy, but the base size makes it work for me.
If in the Charlotte, NC area, Buywise Beauty Supply off Beatties Ford Road keeps a wide selection of Kentucky Maid pressing combs.
I was happy to see more conventional stoves at the Bronner Brothers Hair Show. Most flat irons were being used to curl hair extensions versus real hair. Sometimes we have to go back to what was healthy and working for Black hair.