With your SLW hen, you could use a Gold or Partridge Wyandotte rooster to get a rose combed red sex link.
With your Black Barred hen, which I would guess is a Dominique, you could use a Columbian, Partridge, Gold Laced, or Silver Laced Wyandotte rooster to get a rose combed black sex link.
This assumes you want the offspring to be pure for rose comb.
If you are happy with the offspring not being pure for rose comb but to have a rose comb, you should be able to use an appropriate single combed rooster with those hens. My understanding is that a single combed rooster means that it does not have a pea or rose gene. If either a pea or rose gene is present, then it wont be a single combed bird.
Combs are not my strong suite. I understand that with a chicken split for a pea comb (a pea combed chicken crossed with a single combed chicken), it is quite possible the comb is not exactly a pea but could have a bit more growth than a pure pea. It would not surprise me if something similar happened with a chicken split for rose. But a Wyandotte rooster should work.