Specially designed tool, or comb, for easily managing tangled hair Fabulous hair with the Kakakiki Comb Brush Order now while supplies last Great for all hair types and people of all ages Perfect hair combing or brushing solution for women, men and children alike

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Take advantage of this special offer today! Buy one regular Comb Brush and get one FREE Comb Brush designed for short hair(Men, boys) or buy two or more and get a free C/B with each regular C/B.
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Although the Kakakiki KombBrush was originally designed for Black people's hair, we have discovered over the years that Caucasians, Asians and Hispanics claim to have had a wonderful experience with the Kakakiki KombBrush as well. It is different! Try it out; you have nothing to lose. If you don't love it get your money back, guaranteed!!
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Many businesses are trying to copy the Kakakiki KombBrush, making them cute and pretty. But they simply don't work on your hair. There's nothing that compares to the patented tines (teeth), which are the secret to detangling your hair in a way that only the Kakakiki Comb Brush can perform. Order yours now... ONLY $19.99 + s&h while supplies last!

About Us

Kakakiki Inc. offers the most popular and only combination African American comb brush in the world named the Kakakiki KombBrush. Although our patented comb brush will work wonderfully in anyone's hair, it was designed based on the many textures of African American hair using a matrix formation of small individual tines (teeth).

Our Kakakiki Comb Brush is actually able to comb and brush simultaneously, while detangleing more hair at one time compared to a regular comb or brush you might be used to using, and the tines (teeth) will detangle thick and hard to manage hair. (Just follow the written instructions that comes with each purchase.) Its ease of use makes it a tool that can be used on young children's hair without all the fuss and pain. The KombBrush is suitable for both personal and professional use and on all ages from children to adults. An added plus for men with beards.

The design of our Comb Brush is patented making it a unique and one of a kind product that you will not find anywhere. It can detangle any type of hair including woolly, curly, natural, coarse, kinky, straight and wavy hair. There is very little pulling and breakage experienced when the Comb Brush is being used. You can use our Kakakiki Comb Brush on your hair before or after it has been permed or pressed. Many hair textures can take advantage of African American hair supplies but not the way they can enjoy our African American Comb Brush.

While our Comb Brush is perfectly designed for African Americans...Caucasian, Asian, and Latin American consumers will find this unique hair tool to be easy to use no matter what type of hair they may have.

People come in all different sizes, shapes and colors, which is why we pride ourselves in the ability to offer a diverse product that everyone can benefit from. Aside from our product, there really are no options other than a standard; one size fits all comb/brush that simply doesn't cut it for most people. Now you can enjoy all the benefits of a hair detangler without the loss of hair or the pain or the frustration that other products on the market are so well known for. Here at Kakakiki Inc., we value your demands for high quality, affordable and reliable products which is why we strive to meet your needs each and every day.

About the Inventor

Ed Howard, the inventor of the Kakakiki KombBrush   If you are at all familiar with the SLAVE SYSTEM MOVEMENT, you most likely have heard the name Ed Howard. Mr. Howard is the Mechanical designer of the Kakakiki KombBrush, an African American hair care product that many would not live without. Mr. Howard began his career upon graduating from Oakland, California's famous McClymonds High School. When he did so, he bought a car and became an Oakland original low rider and headed off to Oakland Merritt Jr. College (birth of the first Black studies class in the USA), possibly the only low rider to do so at the time. He then chose to become a Black Nationalist and became involved in community affairs. (Click here to read up on the Slave System).


After college, Ed Howard moved on to work for Lockheed Aero Space and Missile Div. and Oakland Kaiser Engineers. He was one of the first black pioneers at Kaiser Engineer as a mechanical designer and rapidly moved up to Assitant to Vice President and sat on the Advisory board of Kaiser Industries. As Mr. Howard never forgot the neighborhood he came from, he convinced the powers that be at Kaiser Engineers and Kaiser Advisories Board to allow him to recruit more blacks into the white coller jobs. He would do so by setting up an engineering drafting and summer hire program. These programs were designed by Mr. Howard and he then trained, interviewed and hired other young Black men and women to join the programs. The drafting program covered everything from architectural, civil, mechanical, structural and piping engineering design disciplines.

Ed Howard and his brother Ernest then created a corporation which Ed was Vice President providing technical assitance to various community programs across the USA. This corporation had offices in Berkeley, California; Kansas City, Kansas and Washington, DC. Ed also produced a television show in San Francisco called "Black Dignity" for a period of two years. People like James Brown, Jim Brown, John Carlos and Tommy Smith, Ike and Tina Turner and many others appeared. This was due to a large part in his involvement with the Black Nationalist movement. His next career move was to go Super-fly and build Oakland's biggest First Class Black nightclub at the time and in the Black community. This club was known as "Ed Howard's Place" and most of the famous named Black entertainers appeared there.

Mr. Howard didn't stop there though. Rather he chose to make the transition to San Diego where he started EH Engineering. This company was an electromechanical design engineering firm which specialized in problem solving as well as research and development for the Department of Defense. Not only did they use Reverse Engineering to invent solutions, they also used Configuration Engineering documentation methods. The Kakakiki KombBrush is just one example of his work and one African American hair care product that should not be missed.

Kakakiki Comb Brush Demonstration

The Kakakiki Comb Brush has been around for 13 years. We refuse to sell through mainstream outlets.

Real Reviews, From Real People...

While sitting in my hair stylist's chair, she began to stroke my head, it felt so good that I had to turn around and ask her, "What are you using?" My stylist, Pleshette said, "The Kakakiki KombBrush". I bought one for myself, husband and daughter. We love our Kakakiki KombBrush!

Sandy (California)

I like my Kakakiki brush because it massages my scalp and feels good. After my stylist oils my scalp and brushes my hair with the Kakakiki, it looks healthy and shiny. I carry my KombBrush in my purse. Very good investment!

Pat (California)

I love my new Kakakiki KombBrush. I love the way it makes my scalp feel. It's soothing and magical. It's the most magical, awesome hair detangler and scalp massager I've ever had! I carry my Kakakiki KombBrush in my purse daily. It's the best comb brush ever!

Rose, (California)

Your KombBrush is very impressive. I learned about this KombBrush through a beautician that was shampooing my hair and swore that I would find one. I will be placing my order with your company shortly and will be looking forward to an ongoing relationship with you.

Diana (Illinois)

I love the Kakakiki KombBrush. It is the best tool for my natural hair. If you are ever in the Chicagoland area, please contact me so that I can show you how my hair has grown and flourished over the years that I've used the KombBrush.

Jacqueline (Chicago)

I used your KombBrush on my three girls' hair and they loved it. I can't believe how easy it combed their hair. I know this KombBrush will be successful. How can I become a distributor?

Kabila (Florida)

Please send additional brochures for friends and family. Love the KombBrush. It really works - this is my 3rd order. Thank you.

Sayyida (New York)

Being an Asian, I thought you would like to know that the soothing feeling I get from the Kakakiki KombBrush is wonderful!

Liu (New York)

I took my braids out and was getting all prepared to cry as I combed my hair. Then, I remembered this message you sent and went and bought the KombBrush. I can't believe it. I DO NOT have hair like yours. If I had to, I could scrub a skillet by twirling it on top of my head! That KombBrush combed right through my hair. You have to keep your hair a little wet, but what a difference. This person who invented this is a "genius."

Debra (California)

The performing collective would like to have your permission to use the name of your Kakakiki KombBrush and advertise the KombBrush in our upcoming production. It is a theater piece dealing with the lives and history of African-American women via our hair. I gave my Kakakiki KombBrush to the director who thought it would be an excellent idea to strengthen our attitudes about our hair and also help you sell the KombBrush.

Mary (Tennessee)

Your Kakakiki KombBrush works perfect for my beard and short natural hair. Where have you been all my life?

James (Ohio)

I recently purchased your product. I am satisfied with it. Also, I am interested in becoming a distributor of this product. Is it possible to register by e-mail? Do you sell wholesale? If so, please give full details.

Carlotta (Texas)

I felt obligated to let you know how impressed I am with the Kakakiki KombBrush. I love the feeling.

Dora (Mississippi)

I am Caucasian and I love the Kakakiki KombBrush.

Pricilla (Utah)

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