Well, what do you guys use? I used regular ones, but I'm curious to knjow if i need to invest in quality ones, or is thereeven any difference???
Cutting hair with blunt scissors results in a cut with a long, jagged edge, at which the cuticle scales will be especially vulnerable to further damage. This is why stylists use good-quality steel scissors, which are very sharp indeed and cut cleanly. It is even possible to tell whether a stylist chose to use scissors or a razor by looking at the record of the hair: razor cutting produces long, tapering sections of cuticle which weather quickly, and even peel back.
I got mine from wal mart for like $10.....are mine bad???erplexed I'm scared now....does the scissors really give you that much split ends even if you take care of your hair as much as we do?!?!?
I just bought a Tweezerman shears
They do shears as well? I love their tweezers, do they offer the lifetime sharpening on them too? TIA
I Have only just started trying this dusting thing, when I bought A clipper set they came with a pair of what I would call cheap shears, I used them to dust the other day and they were fine but I would like to invest in a decent pair for my hair. I'm also thinking about investing that split ender gadget, (I've just been looking at some tutorials on youtube) I'm affraid that dusting my ends myself will result in uneven hair/change the shape that my hair grows in.