For numerous reasons, I rarely ever visit the hairdressers. It takes them hours to do my hair and it's not very often that I feel prepared to sit there that long and I'm very head sore so someone pulling on my hair for a long time can really hurt. Also, I don't like taking the piercings out that I have in my ears through fear of them healing but having them caught by the hairdressers brush is also risky business.
As a result, I visit the hair dressers about twice a year to have a full head of highlights and a trim. It usually takes about 4 hours and by time it's over I'm ready to stay away for another six months! However, I do like to trim my fringe myself within them six months.
For a long time I just used normal scissors from my bedroom but one day, whilst perusing eBay, I saw these professional hair scissors and treated myself! They were very inexpensive and I kind of concluded that nothing could be worse than the ones I was currently using.
When the package arrived, I was really impressed. They come in a nice pouch, very sturdy with room in it to accommodate other tools too. And it included a pair of normal scissors and thinning scissors.
Of course I tried them out straight away on my side fringe (which I'm sure grows significantly quicker than the rest of my hair) and they worked really well. I don't cut the rest of my hair, it probably wouldn't be straight at all if I attempted that and I dubiously tried the thinning scissors. I was pretty scared that they were going to cut all my hair. From what I experienced though, they are a nifty little find, the only thing I have to compare them to though are kitchen scissors...
The only thing I don't like is that they are a little stiff to use. That should wear off with use though or maybe some oil. Other than that I would highly recommend you get yourself a pair of these if you're one to cut your own hair!
Not only that, you get a fancy pouch to store them in!
This set was £6.99 and you can buy them from the same seller as me by clicking the link below!
Thanks for reading,