Also called thinning, chunking or layering shears, texturizing shears are used to decrease extra volume in thick hair, create layers or to simply add texture. How can texturizing shears accomplish all this? The key is in their blades, the serrated edges make it easier to texturize hair without altering the style dramatically. The blades’ ‘teeth’ permit them to be much more functional when used to remove more bulk in a single snip. Some texturizing shears can remove from 20%- 50% bulk to decrease volume.
If the hair is too thick and curly, a pair of texturizing shears can easily tame the additional volume and increase manageability. They’re also excellent for blending layered hair without making it look too choppy. Texturizing shears are not recommended for people with fine or thinning hair because they’ll want to conserve the thickness and volume they already have and using texturizing shears on their hair can make it look even thinner.
You can find these types of shears in many presentations, it depends on your specific styling needs and personal preference. Some arrive in different shapes and sizes with blades of diverse lengths that cut in varying thicknesses. Like hairdressing shears, you should choose a pair of texturizing shears that you can be comfortable with and that can adapt to your personal rhythm while being convenient to use, and also be capable of delivering the very best results.
A good example of a pair of superior texturizing shears can be found in the Saki Katana Hairdressing Scissors Set which arrives with two pairs of shears, one for cutting and the other for texturizing or thinning. The blades are made from quality Japanese stainless steel and the shears themselves are designed simply yet efficiently. Very easy to manage, the shears cut smoothly and deliver results of maximum quality, making them a popular choice.