Micheal, MT | (none)
I'm not wohrty to be in the same forum. ROTFL
cassie, CA | (none)
didnt work ]:
daisha, KS | (none)
devin, IL | (none)
my result is that the water went to the comp because the comp is magnet so the water goes toward it like a magnet will go toward a matel
chloe, TX | (none)
I think that the comb acts like a magnet
Soobin, NY | (none)
I brushed my hair a few times.Then I turned the faucet on.The I put the comb in the water and I watched the water go through the spaces of the comb.
erica, MA | (none)
ny results were that the water goes in the tiy holes in the comb.
alahna, CA | (none)
when i combed my hair a few times and put the comb next to the water it stayed going straight
Nicole, CA | (none)
The water stuck to the comb
jarrigh, | (none)
Hunter, NC | (none)
Oddly, I tried, and the more I combed, it was less time making the water come to the comb. I tried it with a comb with a handle and one without. The one with a handle had a better effect but was shorter time. The one without had less effect but more time. Why do you think that is?
olivia, CA | (none)
my result was that the comb had static electricity all from brushing my hair!
brandon, | (none)
I broke my hair.