Men’s hairstyles have evolved so much over the past few years. These days, men are more adventurous when it comes to choosing the type of haircut they want. It has become extremely important for hairdressers to update their toolkit for the male clients in order to accommodate these newer hairstyles. Here are the top 3 hairstyling tools that Scissor Tech recommends for cutting men’s hairstyles!
A sharp razor is a necessity for cutting men’s hairstyles as it will allow you to shave precise lines and detail haircuts with accuracy. The Cutlass Horn Black Blade razor by The Barbarossa Brothers is a must-have tool. This stunning razor is made with a sturdy handle handcrafted from naturally sourced buffalo horn, which is a unique material that is lighter and stronger than its counterparts.
The material is also a natural heat repellent, making it comfortable to handle all day long. This beautiful razor comes with a matte black blade holder and is adjustable so you can find the optimum resistance. You’ll also be impressed by the black Barbarossa Brothers presentation box it comes in!
If you’re looking for a professional hairdressing scissor that will make barbering work easier, look no further than the Matte Black Samurai 7 Inch from the Matsui Samurai Collection. These premium barbering shears are part of Matsui's next-generation range of lightweight ergonomic hairdressing tools and have been designed with barbering in mind.
The impressive features of this cutter include a comfortable offset handle that is handcrafted from 2 separate sheets of steels to make it lightweight. The ergonomic handle is also designed to reduce strain on your hand and wrist if you’re using the scissors all day.
You’ll be amazed by how efficient it is to cut various men’s hairstyles using these scissors compared to a traditional cutter. The long blades on this shear are specially designed for men’s haircutting techniques such as scissor over the comb, which makes barbering easier.
Texturized hair is becoming a popular hair trend for men’s hairstyles. You’ll find that more and more clients are now asking for haircuts with texture instead of sharp crewcuts or short hairstyles. This is because texturized hair adds shape and volume to fine hair. This masterful technique can also reduce body for thick hair.
You can usually achieve texture in hair by using a razor. However, if you’re not confident with using a razor, you can use thinner scissors or texturizing scissors. These shears are specially designed to thin out and texturize hair, both of which add layers to the hair easily and without the fuss of razors.
We recommend the Matsui Matte Black 14 Tooth Offset Thinner which is made with a small number of notches on the blades. This design allows for bigger gaps between each tooth, which gives you control on just how much hair you want to take off with each snip. The offset handle on the shears also makes it comfortable to cut hair with ease.