Anyone on the hunt for gorgeous hair accessories that will last, and that will not damage hair, may find a stop to the quest with Ketylo’s fine family of corkscrew hair sticks, hair forks, and combs. These beautiful pieces are all handcrafted from fine hardwoods, and are available in a wide range of sizes for all hair lengths and thicknesses. What sets Ketylo apart from all the other hair accessories available in the marketplace and has them in such high demand with longhairs? Let’s start at the start and explore a few of the details of these fine hair accessories.
Each and every Ketylo hair accessory is hand-carved in a unique corkscrew shape using a variety of high-quality wood. These include solid hardwoods like rosewood, walnut, more, and tiger maple. If you ‘d rather something a bit more colorful and unique, Ketylo carries an inventory of 25 different types of dymondwood. This is a mixture of woods that are carved to show off the unique color and grain of each. You can get vibrant colors to set off different parts of your wardrobe, or choose shades that blend with your hair for all-purpose everyday sticks and forks. Each item boasts an amazingly smooth, glass-like finish that will never catch or wear on individual hairs.
The corkscrew shape of Ketylo sticks and forks is engineered for security, maximum comfort, and health status of the hair. The shape is designed to easily work its way into hair and hold securely while collaborating with the natural contours of your mind to prevent pulling. Corkscrews don’t have issues with slipping like straight sticks often do, especially in more complicated up-dos, but likewise do not get tangled in the hair or risk breaking hairs as typical spiral sticks tend to do.
The primary issue with most hair accessories available in department stores, accessory shops and other popular outlets is that the majority of them are actually very damaging to hair. Plastic and acrylic combs and accessories have seams and rough edges that can slowly saw their way through hair, adding to breakage and making hair appear ragged. This leads to split ends and frizz. This is extremely discouraging if you are trying to grow your hair.
Many metal accessories have rough edges, designs on areas that are supposed to go into hair, or are improperly shaped for hair health and comfort. Improper shaping can add to pulling on the scalp, causing irritation and soreness. On the rare occasions that wood, horn, or bone are located in these stores, they’re often machine-polished and/or of inferior quality. This can leave rough spots or grains that are not sanded flush with the remaining part of the piece. Machine production makes quality control more challenging, making it less likely that natural weak spots in the materials will be noticed and culled before going to market.
Health and Beauty Secret 2-When it comes to using the hair dryer, try to leave this for special occasions also. When you do use it, make sure your hair’s wet and stop using it once it is dry. The reason for the reason for this is that it’s this drying of the already dry hair that causes the most damage.
That was the pair that I received for Christmas in 2005. I wore them every day during the first six or seven years I had them. They never showed signs of wear, never splintered, and surely never broke.
Finally, I decided that it was time to put a little of my own money into my hair, give myself a few more options for accessories so that I could match with outfits, moods, etc. I purchased the Dymondwood Indigo Royalwood sticks. The only thing I can say about these is– WOW. The pictures really do not do these colors any justice. In fact a few can make it difficult to understand all the gorgeous variation within each type. No matter your favorite color or mixture of colors, you are likely to find something just perfect in the wide selection of dymondwood sticks. These became my favorite immediately, and have been my ‘daily wear’ sticks since 2011.
I have yet to try Ketylo hair forks, though my sister has been using them for years on all her different hair lengths (she is gone from shoulder, to waist, and back again two or three times) and absolutely loves them. She has met with equal success with her purchases that I have with mine, which is no question why she was so insistent that I needed my own.Someday I ‘d love to have a LOT more of these goods, though the finances have not allowed for it. That said, in the time I’ve had my $50 worth of hair sticks, I’ve broken hundreds of hair ties and barrettes, and splintered or snapped ALL of my other hair sticks. My Ketylo sticks are still in like-new condition, except perhaps polished even a little more, while hundreds of dollars in other hair items are useless and gone.
Overall, if you are looking for hair accessories that are stylish, versatile, will last forever and will not hurt your hair, then Ketylo hair sticks and hair forks are definitely the choice for you. Yes, the price tag may be a little scared at first, but you will see that it really saves money and your hair in the long run.