Yasaka Seiki Co., Ltd, Japan is a professional Japanese Scissors and Shears manufacturer. They are internationally famous for producing professional Yasaka shears from high quality and pure Japan Steel. The unique hardness of Yasaka scissors allows for the sharpest cuts, abrasion, corrosion and overall resistance for long-lasting scissors.
The Yasaka Offset Handle cutting scissors use a clam-shaped convex edge that is perfect for slicing. The high-quality Cobalt Japanese steel ensures that these last for years to come with constant effortless cuts. These are one of the most popular Yasaka scissors in Australia
The unique ergonomic design is perfect for professionals cutting for hours on end, as it places your finger and thumb in a naturally comfortable position that reduces stress. The lightweight and firm grip also reduce pressure off your wrist and elbow.
For any hair cutting professional looking for the best hairdressing, Yasaka Scissors Australia delivers another amazing set of high-quality ergonomic scissors made in Japan from premium Japanese steel. Find out why so many hairdressers are switching over to Yasaka!
This Set Includes: Your chosen cutting scissors and a Yasaka pouch.
Finding the right pair of hairdressing scissors is like finding your soulmate…
To perform at your best in the hairdressing industry, you will need to find the right pair of scissors, and with this, you need to know what cutting styles and techniques you are interested in. This will help determine what shape and size of scissors will align with your hair cutting techniques.
With the above image you can get an idea of the different sizes of hairdressing scissors, as they tend to range from 4.5” inches to 7” inches, however, recently the 5.5” inch and 6” inch scissors are more common and widely used by hairdressers and barbers.
The 4.5” inch to 5.5” inch scissors tend to have more precision and create a precise shape when cutting hair. The 6” inch to 7” inch longer hair scissors are used for over the comb techniques and simple trims. Generally, scissors above 6.5" are considered barber.
When looking for the right hairdressing scissor size that suits both your style and your hand size, try measuring the blade against your middle finger and the total length against the palm of your hand to see if it fits.