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Your Guide To Buying a Hair Scissor

By Yehudah Posnick

    A well-equipped barber or hairstylist has a number of hair scissors and shears on hand. There are scissors that are designed for thinning the hair, and others for cutting large sections of hair at once. There are also razor shears that give a more natural look to cut hair. Since every visit to a stylist is so expensive, You can save a lot of money by having a set of hair scissors at home. You just have to become acquainted with the different types and scissors and their functions. There are also a number of adjustments that can be made on a pair of professional scissors.

    We've put together this guide to help you select the best hair scissors that answer to your needs. It'll help you:

    • Choose the right type of hair scissors,

    • See useful tips about that type of hair scissors,    

    • Read reviews of different brands of hair scissors, and what customers are saying,

    • Select the right brand of hair scissors, and

    • Compare prices and find the best deals.

    • Cutting scissors: These will be in the form of the familiar pair of scissors, with straight blades of even length.

    • Shears: These are longer than scissors, and designed specially for cutting hair. Shears will have a finger brace attached to one of the finger rings, for added control.

    • Thinning scissors: Because the hair grows more thickly on some parts of the head than on others, thinning scissors have a toothed comb on one or both blades. This allows cutting off only small amounts of hair at a time, just to thin the hair, while keeping the style.

    • Texturizing scissors: These are thinning scissors that also add a finish to the hairstyle.

    • Razor shears: This looks like a single blade of a pair of scissors, with a toothed comb. In actuality, it is held in one hand and rubbed against a tuft of hair until it cuts it. It produces a more natural look to the ends of the hair, instead of looking as if the hair was cropped to a uniform length.

    Based on all the consumers' reviews we've scanned, these are the top things they mentioned about their new stuff:

    • Carrying case: Since there is an assortment of types of scissors and shears, some of them come in a convenient carrying case. Besides the scissors, the carrying case can also hold a set of combs.

    • Saves money over going to a stylist: If your hair grows quickly, it is much cheaper to cut your hair with special scissors than to have to go to a parlor. You’ll also notice that buying another set of scissors will save you effort on getting the blades sharpened frequently.

    • Right-handed and Left-handed: The “handedness” of the scissors is determined by whether the thumb blade is facing you or not. It allows you a better view of what you are cutting. Since 80% of the population is right-handed, typically scissors are made for right-handed people, and left-handed people simply adjust to it. But there are also left-handed scissors as well.

    • Types of blades: There are two types of scissor blades:

      • Bevelled blade: These can have either a 1) micro-serrated blade, which is good for slow cutting, when you want certain details (Trying to cut large amounts of hair quickly will jam the blades.), or a 2) polished blade, which is better for slicing through hair.

      • Convex blade: This tends to be sharper, with a razor-like edge. This is used for slicing through hair. It will be sharper, but will also be more expensive and require specialist sharpening.

    • Types of handles: Since the comfort of the hairdresser is important, there are two types of scissor handles:

      • Level/even handles: Here, both handles are the same length, like a standard pair of scissors.

      • Offset handles: In this design, one handle is longer than the other. Some haircutters find this to be more comfortable.

      • Specialized designs: There are also “twister” and “flex” handles. These allow the finger holes to rotate, to reduce fatigue. You position the angle of the thumb ring, and then lock it in place.

    • Tension screw: Some scissors have a screw that joins the two blades. This screw can be adjusted, to be tightened and loosened according to the stylist’s preferences.

    Tweezerman--are makers of beauty tools for professional beauticians and cosmetics stores. They were founded in 1980 by Dal LaMagna, and later acquired by J.A. Henckels, who manufacture beauty instruments as well, along with knives and cookware. They make tools for brow grooming, lashes, manicure, pedicure, cosmetic brushes, and more.

    Tsubame Scissors--was founded in Tsubame, Japan in 2001 by the Yoshizawa Scissors Manufacturer, as a brand of hair styling scissors. Their aim was to make scissors that are both razor-sharp and durable, but also easy to use. They make a wide variety of hair cutters and thinners.

    Star Scissors--is a professional hairdressing supplies business, based in Parlin, New Jersey. They make a wide range of professional shears scissors, swivel scissors, as well as cutting and thinning scissors.

    Kovira--are makers of professional beauty tools, all from stainless steel. They make tools for skin care, dental care, tweezers, clippers, scissors, nail files, and more. They are located in Wisbech, United Kingdom.