Royale Double Teeth Thinner

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Royale Double Teeth Thinner

359.00

The Royale Double Teeth Thinner is one of the few double tooth (no line) thinners out on the market for groomers and pet breeders.

  • Includes FREE scissor case, finger ring sizers, and Shisato carbon comb

  • Lifetime Warranty against faulty materials or workmanship

  • The Royale Double Teeth Thinner is a Super Cobalted Japanese V-10 stainless steel shear, hand-forged in Korea

  • Extremely comfortable with an offset handle

  • High-quality shear delivers a silky cut and great comfort

  • Click-dial adjustable tension system for easy tension adjustment

  • Royale's Double Teeth Thinner blades, with teeth on both blades, do not leave a perceptible line in the hair

  • Convex edge and hollow-ground blades for smooth cutting

  • Glides smoothly through the hair and does not leave a perceptible line in the hair

  • Available in 40 Double Teeth, length is 7.25", cuts out about 35% of the hair

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The Mirage B Double Teeth Hair Thinning Scissors do not leave a line in the hair. The Mirage B-15, Mirage B-30, Mirage S-2 30th, Mirage Orca 30th, Mirage Charm 30th, and Royale 40th have teeth on both sides of the blade. They save the stylist time and texturize the hair very nicely, without leaving a line.

Caralee of Scissor Mall showcases the Mirage B Thinners. These are very unique thinners in that they do not leave a line in the hair. This saves the hair stylist time and work.

Caralee of Scissor Mall explains that the tension of a chunker, texturizer, and thinner should be tighter than a regular shear. If the tension on a chunker, texturzer, or thinner is not tight enough, it can cause the blades to nick.