Shisato Regency Swivel

Shisato Regency Swivel Slide Cutting Shear for Professional Stylists
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Shisato Regency Swivel Slide Cutting Shear for Professional Stylists
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Shisato Regency Swivel

599.00

The Shisato Regency Swivel Shear is one of the finest and highest quality Japanese swivel shears out on the market.

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

  • Lifetime Warranty against faulty materials or workmanship

  • Hand-forged Japanese shear, Japanese Hitachi ATS-314 Super Cobalted stainless steel

  • High-quality Japanese steel and workmanship

  • Ergonomically correct handle design and swivel thumb produce one of the finest cutting rotating-thumb scissors available

  • 360 degree thumb rotation with ball bearing screw system

  • "K blade" design ensures the smoothest dry or wet cutting possible - intended for all-around cutting and slide cutting/slithering

  • A truly superb shear in both design and function

  • Rose-gold dial with leaf-spring tension system for easy tension adjustment

  • Convex edge and hollow-ground blades for extremely smooth cutting

  • Available in 5.5", 6"

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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 the technique of slide-cutting/slithering and how stylists achieve that technique. Any good quality shear can be used in slide cutting, but if a stylist uses this technique on a regular basis, she should invest in a shear specifically designed for slithering.