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Japanese Hair Shears VS German Shears

Posted by B. Riggins on 13th Feb 2020

Japanese Hair Shears VS German Shears

It is time! You know you can't put it off anymore!It's time to buy the perfect hair shears to take your hairdresser skills to the next level. But the options are endless and there are so many con …

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At-Home Bang Trim With Thinning Shears

Posted by B. Riggins on 31st Dec 2019

At-Home Bang Trim With Thinning Shears

At-Home Bang Trim With Thinning ShearsObviously, your first option for an explosive cut should be to see your stylist and let them do it. However, sometimes life gets in the way: you are busy, the s …

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Cut Your Own Bangs With Your Own Shears

Posted by Kenchii Beauty on 10th Sep 2019

Cut Your Own Bangs With Your Own Shears

Let's be honest. No one wants to pay money just to cut the bangs. For such a small part of your hair in general, the front area is certainly the easiest place to start learning to cut your hair. Le …

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 Why You Will Want To Try A Dry Haircut

Posted by Brent Riggins on 21st Aug 2019

Why You Will Want To Try A Dry Haircut

During your last trip to the hairdresser, you may have noticed that some designers are opposed to tradition when they cut dry hair.Oh! All you have known is classic washing first, then cutting, fore …

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Everything You Need You Hair Shears To Have

Posted by Brent Riggins on 12th Aug 2019

Everything You Need You Hair Shears To Have

The Perfect Shear Will Have These ThingsEvery hair artist needs a perfect shear to create beautiful hair styles, but it's not as easy as it seems. The professional hairdresser's abilities can’t shin …

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How to Grip Your Hair Shears

Posted by Brent Riggins on 22nd Apr 2019

How to Grip Your Hair Shears

How To Grip Hair Shear Like A ProThe first thing that hairdressers learn when they are training is that they hold the shears correctly. Here are some methods to gribbing hair shears, but in the end, …

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How To Texturize Hair

Posted by Brent Riggins on 11th Apr 2019

How To Texturize Hair

Texturize Your Hair With The Right Hair Shears Hairdressers are a luxury and when you visit one, you expect them to cuddle you and make you feel at ease. It is normal for a salon to offer massa …

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What If I Drop My Hair Shears

Posted by Brent Riggins on 19th Mar 2019

What If I Drop My Hair Shears

Hair Stylist Shear CareHair shear are very important tools for people working in the cosmetology sector.Stylists, barbers and hair care professionals who take their work seriously often pay hun …

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​How To Take Care Of Your Hair Shears

Posted by Brent Riggins on 1st Mar 2019

​How To Take Care Of Your Hair Shears

What You Need To Know About Hair Shear CareHair shears are the lifeblood of any cosmetologist. Without beauty scissors, a professional hairdresser could not do their job.For those who aren’t in the h …

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Summer Haircut Inspiration

Posted by Lauren Simpson on 18th May 2018

Summer Haircut Inspiration

It is starting to get HOT, that means it may be time for your summer haircut! You can go for the extremely short natural haircut, a cute sleek bob, or even long layers. We are all trying to keep coo …

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Fall Hair Color

Posted by Lauren Simpson on 10th Oct 2017

Fall Hair Color

                         It is officially Fall and we could not be more thrilled here at Kenchii. The weather is changing, the color o …

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Last Minute Valentine's Day Hairstyles

Posted by Margaret Barnhart on 14th Feb 2017

Last Minute Valentine's Day Hairstyles

Valentine’s day is upon us! Our nails are done, our outfits picked out, reservations made, and we can’t wait to try outour new lipstick, but if you’re anything like us you haven’t decided on a hairs …

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Cold Weather Hair Care

Posted by Margaret Barnhart on 14th Feb 2017

Cold Weather Hair Care

Though most of us are ready for spring, winter doesn’t officially end until March 2oth. The cold, dry air of winter puts extra stress on our hair and requires special attention in order to keep it h …

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Posted by Steve Hiraoka on 6th Sep 2016

German vs Japanese Shears

German-style shears have non-honed, beveled blades which are serrated to grip hair. "German-style" and "beveled" are interchangeable terms. Beveled shears produce a crisp cut, are durable and excep …

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Posted by Steve Hiraoka on 1st Jun 2016

Gifts for Hairstylists

Kenchii Gift Certificates are the simplest way to gift your stylist since you don't need to know exactly what they want. Gift Certifcates are emailed to the recipient upon purchase completion. Gift Ce …

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Posted by Steve Hiraoka on 11th May 2016

Kenchii Brushes for 2016

Here are some preproduction snaps of Kenchii's 2016 brushes. Small bristle brush. Each bristle has a central plastic bristle surrounded by boar's hair. Medium bristle brush. Small wood pin br …

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