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Joewell SAKURA 6" Stainless Thinning Hairdressing Shears Scissor


Do you want to be your own hair stylist? Do you hate twice a month to go hair salon? If your answer is "YES", so you need these hairdressing shears scissors to trim your bangs and to cut your split ends off.These professional hair...
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  • Smooth cutting action
  • Extra sharp long-lasting cutting edges
  • Adjustment system with knurled knob
  • These super sharp, hairdressing shears scissors are perfect for trimming bangs that are a bit too long, or for sniping random split ends with precision
  • You can use these hairdressing shears scissors to trim your bangs and to cut your split ends off, are great for hair stylists and barbers
  • Steel handle with large finger loops for comfort
  • High performance shears, made of stainless steel for thinning thick hair
  • This pair of hairdressing shears scissors is designed to cut hair smoothly and evenly without causing any distress to the hands and fingers
  • It is a good gift for a barber
  • Material: 440C Steel
  • Size: 15.2cm/6in(L)


Joewell SAKURA 6 

  • These professional hair scissors are designed to cut hair smoothly and evenly without causing any distress to the hands and fingers

Joewell SAKURA 6

  • An incredibly easy-going and enjoyable thumb hole that fits practically every hand
  • The tension screw system of this pair of hair stylist scissors allows easy adjustment to the scissors for changing environment of your cutting work style due to different hair types

Size in Detail:

Joewell SAKURA 6

How to Hold Hair-Cutting Scissors?

To give a proper haircut, you need to purchase scissors that are made specifically for working on human hair. These scissors are different than everyday scissors in several ways. A person who is using hair-cutting scissors must hold those scissors in the correct way. Holding these shears incorrectly increases the chances that you will make a mistake during the haircut. Holding hair-cutting scissors correctly is a skill, and it does take some time to get used doing so the right way

Joewell SAKURA 6

  • Hold the closed shears in your weaker hand, in the middle of the blades
  • Place the ring finger of your strong hand into the top hole and rest your pinkie finger on the pinkie rest that is found on the outside that hole. Your ring finger should enter the hole so that the ring goes around the finger about 1/4 inch below the bottom of the fingernail
  • Put your thumb into the bottom hole so that the top of your thumb makes contact with the top-inside portion of the hole. The ring should go around your thumb about 1/4 inch below the bottom of the thumbnail
  • Put your index and middle finger together, then rest those fingers just below where you put your ring finger. Depending on the shears, there may even be a slight groove in the shears. This is where your fingers are meant to rest
  • Place the index and middle fingers of your free hand below the blade so that the bottom blade rests on those two fingers. Move only your thumb to open and close the blades. This is the proper way to use hair-cutting scissors

Types of Hair Scissors:

Joewell SAKURA 6

You might notice that your hairstylist or barber uses different scissors to cut your hair. Each of these scissors performs differently to sculpt your haircut. Depending on your hair type and desired style, a stylist may use all or just some of the scissors in his arsenal

Thinning Shears

  • Thinning shears are also referred to as texturizing or chunking shears. The base of the shears is similar to that of any other scissors, with loops for the thumb and index finger. These scissors are made for either left-handed or right-handed stylists. The top of the scissors varies greatly, however. Instead of two long "shears," the top blade contains widely spaced teeth that remove only some of the hair with each cut to thin it without changing its style. These shears are used for sections of hair that tend to get thick in proportion to the rest of the head, such as the sides and back

Razor Shears

  • The razor shear is another texturizing tool. The base of the razor shear is one loop for the stylist's index finger. The top of the razor shear is a single blade; therefore, this shear doesn't make an actual cutting motion. The stylist holds the hair in one hand and uses the single blade in the other hand to make small texturized cuts. This gives hair a natural texture by varying its length

Regular Shears

  • Most haircuts are performed with a pair of regular shears. These shears resemble the scissors that we use at home, with holes for the index finger and thumb at one end and two blades that meet when a cut is made. Styles of shear vary; most are 4.5 to 6.5 inches long. Size and shape are selected for the stylist's comfort: Some shears have a curved bottom that allows a more natural hand position

Package Included:

  • 1 x SAKURA 6" Steel Thinning Hair Shears