Horn Comb by Atelier Calla from Haiti

$15.00
  • Horn Comb by Atelier Calla from Haiti

Horn Comb by Atelier Calla from Haiti

$15.00

Horn combs are made out of natural material, it tends to glide through hair much easier and without the static that plastic ones create. Many hair care experts advise clients to massage the scalp and to always use good quality natural combs. Horn combs can often be used to gently detangle hair, whereas strands may become pulled or stressed to the breaking point when a plastic comb is used. Are you now convinced that you need a horn comb? One additional feature is it is beautiful. Due to the natural variation of horn each comb is a one of a kind.

Dimensions: 7.5 inches

 

Atelier Calla opened their workshop in Haiti in 2011 as a way to show people the love of Christ. Christelle, a banker of 12 years, was determined to give her artisans dignified employment; a safe environment to work in, a steady paycheck, and a meal. They started with 4 artisans and now have grown to 6 full time employees. I love how Christelle has imparted ownership to her artisans, they work together as a team to ensure all orders are fulfilled on time and with utmost quality. But what I love the most is how she is investing in the person and not just the work they can perform. Is it more work? Absolutely, but the results are lasting.

Empowering people. Changing lives.


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Horn combs are made out of natural material, it tends to glide through hair much easier and without the static that plastic ones create. Many hair care experts advise clients to massage the scalp and to always use good quality natural combs. Horn combs can often be used to gently detangle hair, whereas strands may become pulled or stressed to the breaking point when a plastic comb is used. Are you now convinced that you need a horn comb? One additional feature is it is beautiful. Due to the natural variation of horn each comb is a one of a kind.

Dimensions: 7.5 inches

 

Atelier Calla opened their workshop in Haiti in 2011 as a way to show people the love of Christ. Christelle, a banker of 12 years, was determined to give her artisans dignified employment; a safe environment to work in, a steady paycheck, and a meal. They started with 4 artisans and now have grown to 6 full time employees. I love how Christelle has imparted ownership to her artisans, they work together as a team to ensure all orders are fulfilled on time and with utmost quality. But what I love the most is how she is investing in the person and not just the work they can perform. Is it more work? Absolutely, but the results are lasting.

Empowering people. Changing lives.