Boots Professional Hairdressing Scissors Reviews
Product Type: Boots in Beauty
Description:Type: Scissors / Brand: Boots / Sub-type: Hair Accessories - Scissors
Newest Review: ... cutting quite regularly. They are quite a basic pair of metal scissors, silver in colour with a ledge on on of the scissors ... more
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Customer Boots Professional Hairdressing Scissors Reviews (5)
by - written on 16/07/12, updated on 16/07/12 (Very useful, 82 readings)
~Boots Professional Hairdressing Scissors~ ******************************** I have had 2 pairs of these Boots Professional Hairdressing Scissors and have found them to be quite reliable and easy to use. I had my first set of these scissors in use as something to trim hair with for a year or so before I had to get a new pair, although I am pleased to say that my second set of these scissors have out lived the first pair and remain in regular use. My first set of these became blunt after they were used to cut things other than hair with, which dulled the cutting blades. I have taken more care with the second set of scissors and kept them only for cutting ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/09/11, updated on 16/09/11 (Very useful, 125 readings)
I've always hated the hairdressers, not the people but the whole experience, which is strange because there is nothing I love more than a nice head massage from the other half. The last time I went was about a month before my wedding in 1987. I don't really have a style as such, not since I grew out my fringe and I just need something to keep the ends of my hair looking neat. You'd be surprised how difficult it is to find a decent scissors just to do this minor and relatively simple task. Scissors to cut hair, and fabric need for some reason to be much sharper than those used for other everyday tasks, otherwise the hair slips around between the blades and the line of Read the complete review
by - written on 16/09/11, updated on 06/10/11 (Very useful, 79 readings)
I have never liked going to the hairdressers to have my hair cut. I always think it is wasting my money which I could be spending on other things that are more important. I used to have a friend who cut my hair at home but after she stopped doing it I grew it long for a few years while I was working then when I left my job I decided to have it all cut off in a short style. My OH paid for me to have it done at the hairdressers but I was not at all comfortable being there and decided when I got home that from then on I would try to keep it the same style by cutting it myself and getting my family to help me with the bits I can't see at the back. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/12 (Very useful, 81 readings)
I bought my Boots Professional Hairdressing Scissors when my daughter needed her first hair trim. I couldn't see the point in paying about £10 to go to the hairdresser, and all my friends seem to cut their own kids hair which saves money. I think the scissors were about £8 so with children I have definitely saved quite a bit in haircuts, especially as I have one boy whose hair needs cutting quite regularly. They are quite a basic pair of metal scissors, silver in colour with a ledge on on of the scissors handle holes. I'm not actually sure what this ledge is for as I use my index finger and a thumb, but I think hairdressers use their thumb and fourth finger ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/05/11 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I bought these scissors as I like to cut my daughters own hair, I paid £7.99p for these scissors and lets say they were a very good buy, I was paying £6 a time for her hair cutting at the hairdressers and she only ever used to get a trim, eventually I realised that I would save a fortune buying some proper scissors and cutting it myself. The scissors are totally metal, and silver in colour, on the hoops where your fingers go you have a ledge sort of thing to put your thumb on, I find that doing this is easier as its easier to keep hold of the scissors and keep your fingers in place. The scissors are pretty sharp and cut through hair really easily, I ... Read the complete review
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