Mirage Orca Lefty Double Teeth Thinner

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Mirage Orca Lefty Double Teeth Thinner

345.00

The Mirage Orca Lefty Thinner features teeth on both sides of the blade - a true left handed double sided thinner that does not leave a line in the hair.

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

  • Lifetime Warranty against faulty materials or workmanship

  • Incredibly popular lefty thinning shear - comfortable and cuts and pulls through the smoothly

  • Japanese V-10 Super Cobalted stainless steel, forged shear, hand-made in Korea

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

  • Double teeth thinner - does no leave a line in the hair

  • Unique styling of the Orca allows for superb control for precision cutting

  • Fully rotating swivel thumb ring helps with carpal-tunnel syndrome, tendinitis, bursitis, neck or back problems

  • High-quality shear delivers a silky cut and great comfort - excellent choice for dry cutting

  • Click-dial adjustable tension system - easy-to-adjust tension system

  • Convex edge and hollow-ground blade for smooth cutting

  • 6" thinner length with 30 teeth on both sides of the blades. Also available in a true-lefty cutting shear

  • Cuts out about 25% of the hair

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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.