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How To Use Thinning Shears On A Dog?

When should thinning shears be used?

Thinning scissors may not always be needed at the end of every haircut or trim. They’re only needed when the hair needs thinning or removing unwanted bulk. Overuse can cause a change to the texture of the hair making it thin towards the ends. The hair can feel weak, thin and brittle if not used correctly.A

How do you use thinning scissors for layers?

With thinning scissors, we want to stick to creating a blended, seamless look. On longer hair, angle your thinning scissors downwards in the direction of hair growth. With each snip, keep the blades closed and glide the scissors down as if you are combing through the hair.

Why use thinning shears on dogs?

Thinning shears are used to blend clipped hair into scissored hair and clipped hair into unclipped hair. Thinning shears can also help the coat lay flat along the back and sides of the dog and can generally help keep your dog tidy between clippings.S

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How do you loosen a dog’s undercoat?

Use an Undercoat Rake One thing to understand right away—an ordinary dog brush will not remove your dog’s undercoat. An undercoat rake is made especially for removing the tufts of the undercoat that your dog’s body is trying to rid him of. It takes a smooth, steady stroke with the rake to begin removing the undercoat.A

What is the purpose of thinning shears?

Thinning shears are designed to enhance the shape created by cutting scissors. A hair stylist comes in at the end with thinning scissors to soften the haircut, not change the shape or structure. They may be used to remove unwanted bulk or for blending out a short or layered haircut.A

How do you remove thick undercoat from a dog?

Use an Undercoat Rake One thing to understand right away—an ordinary dog brush will not remove your dog’s undercoat. An undercoat rake is made especially for removing the tufts of the undercoat that your dog’s body is trying to rid him of. It takes a smooth, steady stroke with the rake to begin removing the undercoat.A

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