Shear Stories Blog
Pointy- vs. Rounded-Tips on Salon Shears
Stylists occasionally ask to have their shears made 'pointier' at the tips. For several reasons, it is better for shears to be purchased with pointy tips, than to have a shear sharpener perform this change on their shears after purchase.
As a hairstylist, what other things should I consider when buying a new shear?
Selecting a shear can be overwhelming for any stylist. This post will give useful and important tips on how to best select your next pair of shears.
What makes a left-handed shear different from a right-handed shear?
What's really the difference between left- and right-handed shears? This article describes the difference between shears, so lefties can make more-informed shear buying decisions.
What 3 Factors are Most Important when Selecting a Thinning or Blending Scissor?
When looking to buy a thinning, blending, or notching shear, the barber or stylist is confronted with a wide range of options. Which of these are most important in selecting the shear to best suit their needs and requirements? This article seeks to answer this question with three helpful tips.
Where do the best-made shears come from?
When shopping for shears, stylists should definitely check the shear's country of origin, to gain a valuable insight into how good (or bad) that shear might be!
What are the top 3 things stylists should look for when shopping for shears?
You've been saving tips for months. Now it's time to buy a new shear. What are the MOST important factors to look for in a pair of shears? Our expert weighs in with 3 factors you should definitely consider when looking for a new shear.
Two Great Ways to Clean and Care For Your Salon Shears
Properly caring for your hair shears is critical to them lasting a long time, and to easing the stress on your hands and joints. Learn these quick and easy steps to care for your hair shears today!
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