Kansai Lefty Shear Thinner Set

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Kansai Lefty Set Hairdressing Shear & Thinner
Kansai Left Handed Hair Cutting Shear with a Texturing Shear
Kansai 15 Teeth Texturizing Scissor for Beauty Salons
Kansai 5 Teeth Chunker Shear in Left Hand
Left Handed 7 Inch Hair Cutting Shear
Kansai Brown 2 Piece Shear Case
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Kansai Lefty Shear Thinner Set

from 299.00

The Kansai Lefty Set is an excellent shear and thinner set for the price - high quality shears at a discount!

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

  • Lifetime Warranty against faulty materials or workmanship

  • Japanese 440-C enriched Cobalted steel, Korean hand-forged scissor and thinner (33 teeth, 15 teeth, or 5 teeth)

  • True-left handed shear & thinner - the sharp edge of the top blade is on the left-hand side of the blade or points to the left

  • Exceptional value shear and thinner set

  • Comfortable offset handles with convex-concave blades for smooth cutting

  • Adjustable click dial with spring-leaf tension plate for easy tension adjustment

  • Kansai true left-handed shear set available in a 5”, 5.5”, 6”, or 7” shear with a 33 teeth thinner (length is 6”), 15 teeth texturizer (length is 6”), or 5 tooth chunker (length is 5.5”)

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Caralee of The Scissor Mall answers the question: what is a true-left handed shear? Many stylists have been told that a right handed shear flipped over, is a left handed shear, but it is not. For a true left handed scissor, the sharp edge of the top blade is on the left-hand side of the blade or points to the left.

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.