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Kamisori Emerald Shears
As a hairdresser, your shears are your sword. Every day you fight split ends, damaged hair and overgrown styles to create stunning artistic masterpieces. A great warrior needs a great sword and a great stylist needs a top quality pair of shears. Kamisori Emerald shears are ready to be your partner in battle. They are crafted by an expert blade smith using traditional and time honored techniques. One cut with these shears is all it will take to forget about your old favorite pair.
Kamisori Emerald shears for haircutting are made from Damascus steel. This special steel is composed of more than 11 layers of different high quality metals combined using a complex method. These layers stand together to create a durable base for an expertly crafted set of shears. As an added bonus, the cloud like pattern created by the layers can be seen across the body of the scissors creates a unique and beautiful appearance.
Premium shears like these have no limits to the number of styles that they can execute. They can be used on wet or dry hair and are the perfect choice for many different techniques including slice, point and blunt cuts. Whether you want to create long, luscious layers or a short, structured bob, these shears are ready to tackle the challenge. Plus youíll receive an H3 styling razor to further add texture to your cuts.
Quality shears are an investment and the Kamisori Emerald was designed to last. These shears carry Kamisoriís lifetime warranty which is one of the best in the industry. You will also receive a protective Kamisori case for storing your shears and a cleaning cloth and solution as well as a care guide. With the proper care and maintenance, these shears will still glide through hair effortlessly in a decade or two.
These arenít your beginnerís shears. Kamisori Emerald shears are a top of the line choice for a seasoned professional that wants quality. They are the shears used by platform stylists and serious professionals. Are you ready for some of the best blades that money can buy?