Three connected ‘Diamond’ shapes curve to the shape of your head for comfort. The teeth of the comb keep your hair in place very well. One for left side & one for right, but you can also just wear one in the middle.
How to put them on:
1. Hold the comb upside down, so the curve is pointing upwards.
2. Pull back the section of hair into the position you wish to pin it, then, holding your hair in place with your hand, run the teeth of the comb along this section with your other hand.
3. Still holding your hair back with your hand, flip the comb back over with your other hand and push it forwards until it stays firmly in place.
4. Repeat on the other side with a second comb if you wish. That's it! Easy.
Another idea is to put all your up with a french twist secured by a comb on one side.
This combs name is inspired by The Piaffe.It's a dressage movement where the horse is in a highly collected and cadenced trot, in one place or nearly in one place. The legs are lifted high and go up and down much like the zig-zag shape of the comb.