Thinning shears remove excess weight from hair and use smaller teeth. This makes them ideal for thinning out hair and giving it a sleek look. Texture shears, on the other hand, have wider teeth and are designed to create texture in the hair. They are perfect for adding volume and body to thin or fine hair.
Simply so, are texturizing shears bad?
A bad haircut with thinning scissors or texturising shears can damage your hair or simply ruin your hairstyle, but they cannot destroy the structure and density of your hair. After a bad haircut, your hair should grow back in a matter of weeks or months.
In this regard, how do I choose texturizing shears?
When shopping for texturizing shears, choose shears according to the type of texture you are hoping to create. Shears with lots of close-set teeth can be used to blend thinner hair, while thick, wide-set teeth are typically used to lighten thick or curly hair.
How do you Texturize hair?
Texturizing scissors are different to thinning scissors because they have wider teeth with more space between each one. The extra space means they take out a thicker piece of hair than thinning scissors to create layers that add volume and texture.
44/20 Taper Fine Tooth Thinning Shears
- Each shear is precision slotted and notched.
- Each shear is guaranteed against defects in both material and workmanship for a lifetime (assuming normal usage conditions)
- 46 teeth – each tooth is hand notched under a microscope.
Texturizing shears work in a way to help the stylist add more texture and shape to the haircut which can allow more movement creating the hair to not be a boring straight cut. Texture shears are designed generally with 7 – 15 teeth on one side of the blade and a straight blade on the other side.