Ca10 Thin

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If you need a pair of shears to blend layers, decrease volume to create unique textures without altering the style, then what you need is good quality thinning shears.

Thinning shears differ from regular ones due to their teethed blades which resemble a comb. With them you can remove bulk with a single “snip” and make hair layers blend better without that “choppy” appearance. Plus, by using them you’ll actually be making your client’s hair much more manageable.

But any tool when used incorrectly can actually work against the hair you’re trying to enhance, so here are a few tips to use thinning shears to their full potential. The golden rule for any stylist when using thinning shears is not to overuse them. If you use the thinning shears on hair that's about 1 inch long and coarse, the shears tend to cut many shorter pieces within the hair. These shorter hairs can actually push the longer pieces up and make thick hair look even thicker instead of the other way around. In the case of fine hair, if the thinning shears are over-used the hair could become even flatter because the structure is weakened. If it becomes really necessary to use thinning shears, they should be used only on the very tips of the hair and not too deep near the root. Now as for wet hair, you may find it wiser to use other techniques to thin wet hair since it tends to clump together and with thinning shears you may end up removing more than you intended.

Now, there is a difference between a basic pair of thinning shears and quality thinning shears. It is definitely worth investing a little more money for a quality pair so, choose wisely when deciding.

If you haven’t been able to decide on a specific model then our recommendation is the Saki Katana Hairdressing Scissors Set which includes a cutting shear and a thinning shear. The first is made with high quality Japanese steel and boasts a convex edge which is known for its incredibly smooth and effortless cutting, while the second is of equal quality but with the famous comb-like blade. Both are forged and have extra-long crane shaped handles designed to make styling ultra- comfortable and convenient. With good quality thinning shears you can create those unique styles that will have your clients forever grateful to you.

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