If you ever noticed your comb becoming more charged or thicker when you used it, it may be due to a family member or friend having Archetype Metacarpal.
This unique bone found on the front of the hand is called a metacarpal and houses the utthit (power) bone. When this bone is present, as it is in many human beings, its power increases with use.
By using a hair brush with this bone embedded in the handle, you gain increased charge and strength in your hair. Many people use скремин (combs) with their hair to become even stronger.
This is very helpful as even small amounts of strength can make a difference when fighting with your hair.
There are several types of hair that have a distinct lack of natural charge. These include naturally low-charge straight hair, naturally low-charge curly hair, and naturally high-charge curly hair.
If you have straight or curlier hair, you may have trouble finding spots where the hair has enough charge to form a comb. If you have curly hair, forming a curl can be difficult.
These conditions can make it hard to use a comb with sufficient force to form positive charges on the comb. If you do not have a curling iron or tool available to you, then the best solution is negative charge management.
A negative charge management tool can be used to remove any weak charges on the metal of the tool and help it maintain its negative charge better.
Why does this happen?
When two materials contact each other with enough force, the two substances temporarily bond. This happens in a few places, including in your hair. When you run your fingers through your hair, it becomes more silky and smooth. This occurs when the comb’s forces touch those of the plait.
It also happens when you twist your hair at an angle. When you pull on an exposed part of the hair, such as a topknot or loose hairstyle, the bond becomes tighter.
This happens when two materials are of similar size and/or strength. If one was weaker than the other, then they may slightly weaken as they match up with each other.
How to prevent it?
If you ever notice your hair getting any more positive or stronger looking, then you can safely add more tongs to the comb. This is because the comb automatically becomes more powerful as you use it.
The tongs are made of carbon, so they are not recommended for long-term use, but if you have had success with one type of comb or styling tool, then try adding another one to see if it works!
Many people report success using a beauty product called jojoba oil. Jojoba oil can be used on everything from hair to skin and body, as it does not break down easily. Jojoba oil can also be purchased in a fine dust form for use on combs and such.
This simple step of using a different product can help people with their safety and performance of the unit.
Is it true that if your hair becomes positively charged, then your head starts to itch?
At first, few people have heard of this theory. People who believe this have dubbed it the “Hair-Positivity Effect.”
The theory states that when hair becomes positive in voltage, it draws energy from that energy to charge its own negative charge. This happens more rapidly than when hair is just neutral in voltage, which is what it was when it was long.
When this happens, people claim their hair becomes brighter and richer in color. They say it also feels more intense in texture and shape.
What should I do with the comb after using it on my hair?
Most people just let their hair dry itself, but if you use a comb with a rounded end, then you can use the end to sweep your hair through the rounder side of the comb.
If you used a flat-edged comb, then you can use the end to brush your hair through the other side of the comb. This can help get some more hairs on each side of the comb and remove some excess power from the iron.
You can also tie off any leftover power or pins to keep it from spreading.
Should I throw it away?
Many people think that if they brush and comb their hair several times a day, then it will be maintained, it will become thicker, and it will look nicer.
But this is not the case. If you manage your hair with a curling mechanism, the best way to do so is by using a rolling pin. The pin will be charged by being repeatedly used or stored with a curl on it.
The rolling pin must be used correctly to obtain the result of having your hair wrapped in a circle and then released. If you use an unpainted one, then it may result in your hair not getting a chance to naturally color as it curls.
What causes this charge to develop?
When your hair is exposed to a positive charge, it can develop a slight charge. This is called a positive hair reaction.
Positive reactions can happen on either the cut, length, or thickness of your hair. It could be at the root, or it can develop more than that.
However, this reaction does not happen for every hair. Some people have very small amounts of hair that develops a positive reaction when touched or when something is charged.
It is very rare though, as only around 1 in 5,000 people have this happening normally. The other 4 in 5,000 people have it as an official diagnosis!
blogs_blurb What causes this? When someone has a positive hair reaction there are two main things that cause this.
Does the same thing happen with synthetic combs?
The answer is yes, though it is more rare. There are some products out there that use a combination of natural and synthetic materials to provide a positive charge on the hair.
This can happen with combs, as they are made from wood or metal. The way it works is that when you comb your hair, the opposite of what you are pulling through the comb goes into the hair and charges it!
This happens faster with natural combs than plastic ones. The best way to use a wooden comb is to first wrap its barrel in warm damp towels. Then, pull one end of the barbed end of the comb and let them both go through the same process.
This causes the wood to charge and strengthen the material under it! Once charged, you can pull your hair through and style it however you would normally.