A bit of knowledge for you about the first invented comb design (the Pick) and the significants of the Kakakiki KombBrush as an upgrade to that design which is more then 11,000 years old.
An article by Angela M. H. Scheuster in the Archaeology, Volume 52 #4 July/August 1999 writes that, archaeologists have found the remains of the Nubian (Black) civilization, one of Africa’s most dynamic cultures. Nubia flourished during the Old Kingdom (ca. 2700-2200 B. C.), becoming the conduit through which exotic African goods - ebony, ivory, incense, leopard skins, and ostrich feathers - reached the Mediterranean world.
The Nubia Museum in Africa (Egypt) is fitting tribute to this African civilization. Arranged chronologically under headings such as “Birth of Culture in the Nile Valley and the Age of Pyramids”. The museum’s artifacts trace the development of Nubian (Black) civilization from its beginnings more than 11,000 years ago to the present. The museum offers compelling proof that the African pick comb is more than 11,000 years old. Proof again that someone like myself who grew up in West Oakland and graduated from McClymonds High school can invent, design, patent, trademark, manufacture a hair product (The Kakakiki KombBrush) that no one has bothered to consider upgrading in 11,000 years is no doubt a good example of OAKLAND IS MOVING FORWARD.
There is no excuse for you not to purchase a Kakakiki KombBrush. Every Black person should have a comb/brush that took the time to say “I know Black textured hair is not BAD hair, but the hair tool being used are a BAD design for the use on Black textured hair”. You see, Black people were taught in the slavery system that something was wrong (BAD) with our hair, instead of someone just saying “OH” I guess we are just using the wrong hair tool design for that textured hair. Http://www.kakakiki.com