Every beardsman needs a good quality pair of trimming scissors. You're committing bearded sin if you choose to trim with anything other than high quality blades!
Beardbrand have worked hard to develop a pair of scissors that are not only functionally awesome, but also beautiful to look at. These Beardbrand Scissors were designed by our founder, Eric Bandholz, and feature a matte finish with gold accents. The handle is ergonomically shaped and designed to put your third finger through the hole and use the rest of the handle to rest your two fingers. This gives you more control when trimming.
The blade is made of Japanese Steel 4034 and has a HRC rating of 55 - 56. This quality level is nearly at professional hair cutting scissors level, which have a hardness rating of 59 - 60 and a price tag between $250 - $500. The final assembly of the scissors happens in Taiwan.
- 5.25" Long
- Hollow grind, hone line, semi-convex blade
- Japanese 4034 stainless steel blade
- Blade Hardness: HRC 55 - 56
BEARDBRAND'S PRO USE TIPS:
When your beard gets a little longer than you want, you may want to consider trimming it at home instead of heading to the barber. It is important to comb your beard before getting started. This will allow the hairs to separate and allow any tangles to be brushed out, making all of the hairs reach their full length. If you are just cleaning up the edges of your beard, snip the long hairs that stand out from the majority of your beard to give you a uniform look. Zone in on pesky split-ends, too. Trimming those away will help keep your beard healthy and manageable.
If a mega trim to take away length is your goal, we suggest taking away a little bit of length at a time. It is possible to always take more away, but you can’t put it back after you’ve cut. Make sure to continue combing your beard through this process to allow for an even cut.
Don’t trim horizontally to the ground - follow the shape of your face to create a natural and polished look.