Well, This Looks Interesting: Backcomb Balayage Board
Learn More About This Backcomb Balayage Tool
Repeatedly pausing a balayage service to clip the tease in place? Yeah, we don’t have time for that. Enter the Cooboard, a new tool we first spotted on BTC Team Member Philip Foresto’s (@philipforesto) Insta that holds your backcomb for you while helping you achieve an even lift from roots to ends. DAY. MADE. 🙌🏽 Keep scrolling to get all the deets!
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How The Cooboard Works
The Cooboard is pretty simple to use. Just backcomb at the roots (if desired), lay an extra long piece of foil over the Cooboard, place the balayage tool a few inches down from the scalp with the teeth inserted underneath the section and then push the Cooboard up so it gets as close to the head as possible.
What It Does For Your Balayage
“Not only does it support my foil application and help me achieve a cleaner, more consistent result, but it also eliminates the hassle of using clips and combs while holding backcombing in place,” shares Philip. “This board allows me to firmly place my foil closer to the scalp when utilizing any teasing technique. Plus, its extra long surface allows me to accommodate a variety of textures and lengths.”
Pro Tip: When using this board, Philip recommends working with small- to medium-sized sections AND extra long foils to achieve a cleaner, more consistent lift.
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