Hair cuts are a key part of a person’s appearance and can help us feel good about ourselves. While getting a haircut every 6 – 8 weeks at a professional salon is recommended, sometimes a quick trim on our own can do wonders for a person’s head of hair. While it may seem any pair of scissors will do for a quick trim, using a pair of sharp, professional hair scissors is very important.
While it may seem you are treating your hair well by washing and grooming it on a daily basis, regular everyday actions can wreak havoc on your tresses. UV rays from the sun, pulling a comb or brush through and styling products and tools cause hair to become weak and break or split. This is when it is necessary to trim your hair follicles, even if you are trying to grow it out.
Many people think using a pair of scissors often used for office-related projects will do. The problem with these scissors, especially if they are not brand new, is they are often times used for a variety of projects, which can leave residue on and cause the blades to dull. When scissors with residue and or dull blades are used to cut or trim hair, the hair follicles can often time bend instead of being trimmed with a clean cut, causing an uneven cut. The duller the scissors, the more uneven the cut will be. Regular office scissors are also designed to cut through thicker objects such as paper and even cardboard or plastic. Hair follicles are might finer than any of these materials and require a different shape of blade in