Best Teasing Comb Ever
  • $10.00


 iTeeze back comber has perfect timing and functionality. Tools like brush's or comb's you have to rat your hair repeatedly creating damage to your hair, but not with the iTeeze with one push (two if you're feeling wild) you can create volume that lasts all day. The iTeeze is gentle on your hair and is very easy to use. iTeeze was developed and patented by Richard Morrill celebrity hair stylist from LA now living with his wife and 3 kids in Denver, with two decades of hair styling experience he was able to see a problem and fix it, the iTeeze was also rated #1 new industry tool by the United States hairdressers guild for over all ease of use and design. So how does iTeeze work? It's simple physics mass +energy equals volume, and the iTeeze is a massive comb with teeth really close together perfect for all hair types: straight, curly, thick or thin. iTeeze comes in two sizes Large and Small making the iTeeze easy to use. Don't struggle any longer trying to achieve perfect volume, trust your hair to iTeeze.


Not Related to this kind of Teasing just for the record.

Teasing has multiple meanings and uses. In human interactions, teasing comes in three major forms, playful, hurtful, and educative. Teasing can have a variety of effects, depending on how it is utilized and its intended effect. [1] When teasing is playful and friendly, and especially when it is reciprocal, teasing can be regarded as flirting. When teasing is unwelcome, it may be regarded as harassment ormobbing, especially in the work place, or as a form of bullying or emotional abuse. If done in public, it may be regarded as humiliation. Teasing can also be regarded as educative when it is used as a way of Informal learning. Adults in some of the Indigenous American Communities often tease children to playfully illustrate and teach them how their behavior negatively affects the community. Children in many Indigenous American Communities also learn by observing what others do in addition to collaborating with them. Along with teasing, this form of informal learning is different from the ways that Western American children learn. Informal ways of child learning include mutual responsibility, as well as active collaboration with adults and peers. This differentiates from the more formal way of learning because it is not adult-oriented.

People may be teased on matters such as their appearance, weight, behavior, abilities, clothing, and intelligence.[2] From the victim's point of view, this kind of teasing is often hurtful, irrespective of the intention of the teaser.

One may also tease an animal. Some animals, such as dogs and cats, may recognize this both as play or harassment.

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