Shisato Orion 3500 Lefty

Shisato Orion 3500 Lefty Thinning Shear for Cosmetologists
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Shisato Orion 3500 Lefty Thinning Shear for Cosmetologists
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Shisato Orion 3500 Lefty

389.00

The Shisato Orion 3500 Lefty cuts about 35% of the hair - cuts and glides smoothly through the hair.

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

  • Lifetime Warranty against faulty materials or workmanship

  • Japanese Hitachi V-10 Cobalted stainless steel, hand-forged Japanese thinner-blender

  • 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

  • Ergonomic thinner has an extreme crane handle design for the most natural hand positioning

  • Maximum spacing between the thumb and finger rings to prevent cramping when closing the shears

  • 360 degree swiveling thumb that allows the stylist to use any cutting technique or position with the least strain on the hand, elbow, shoulder or back

  • Can make an enormous difference to anyone suffering from carpal tunnel, tendinitis, shoulder or back pain

  • Swivel thumb can be "locked" in position

  • Convex edge and hollow-ground blades so that it effortlessly blends the hair

  • 6" thinner with 35 teeth (wave teeth for smooth cutting). Shear also available in a cutting shear

  • Cuts out about 35% 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.

Caralee of Scissor Mall demonstrates how to use a swivel hair cutting scissor and how comfortable this shear can be for hair stylists, especially for those who suffer from back and hand pains, carpel tunnel, or bursitis.

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.