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PROFESSIONAL SAMURAI THINNING SHEAR IN BLUE TITANIUM WITH TEXTURE DESIGN STEEL RAZOR EDGE SSI-0820-B$129.99
PROFESSIONAL SAMURAI THINNING/TEXTURING SHEAR BLUE TITANIUM WITH BEAUTIFUL TEXTURE DESIGN STEEL RAZOR EDGE SSI-0821-B$129.99
With the passage of time and with experience, you might get better at thinning hair. But even then, you would not be able to be as precise and accurate as you can be with hair thinning shears. The reason for that is the difference in the construction and design for these shears. The traditional hair cutting scissors come with blades on both sides. But the thinning shears have one blade like that of the traditional barber scissors while the other one has teeth.
Thinning and texturizing:
Before going into the detail about the types and numbers of teeth these professional thinking shears, the first thing that we need to understand is the difference between thinning and texturizing.
The first technique that you need to understand is texturizing hair. In this technique, although the weight of the hair on the whole head remains heavy, but they are given a thin texture at the end. The reason is that heavy ends would not be suitable while making different hairstyles. They would only be suitable for straight hairs only. Therefore, the weight of your hair will become considerably less on the ends. But if they are not textured properly, the difference between thin ends and heavy head hairs would be quite visible and will not give a neat look.
The second technique is the thinning of hair. As explained earlier, the hair need thinning on the end to give a proper look. Apart from that, the customers that have very heavy or messy hair, or the ones that have lots of curls, their hair need thinning as well. Only after they have lost some weight, you will be able to give them different styles and shapes.
Now that you have completely understood the difference between texturizing and thinning, here are a few of types of professional thinning shears for hair cutting.
Scissors for hair thinning:
This type of scissors are used for thinning curly or heavy hairs to give them a style.
Scissors for texturized thinning:
This is one of the most common and widely used shears by barbers all over the world. These shears come with between thirty to forty teeth.
Scissors for chunked thinning:
The purpose of these professional thinning scissors for hair is that they cut large chunks for hair to take away a lot of weight from heavy or dense hair. The teeth in these scissors are widely separated and have between ten and twenty teeth.
Whatever be the type of the thinning scissor, they all have sizes between 5.5 to 6 inches. The only difference is the number of teeth that they have.
Apart from selecting the right type of shears for different purposes, there are also some tips that you should always keep in mind to get the perfect result from your shears. Those tips are as follows.
- Always untangle the full length of hair before using shears with a hair brush or a comb.
- Never use shears on the tips or the roots of hair. Spread the blades and put some hair between the shears and cut them at proper distance from roots as well as edges.
- Always cut hair in small snips instead of one big snip. It is also recommended to keep the shears at a 450 angle from the hair.