Wasabi Texturizers

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The Wasabi Texturizer is a timeless embodiment of Japanese design heritage, a tool that truly allows the ambitious creative to embrace artistic freedom in style. Hand finished by experienced masters in accordance with ancient Samurai craftsmanship.

A beautifully simplistic flat head screw at the centre gives smooth and precise movements, allowing easy adjustments and ensuring that you can always find the optimum cutting tension. Wasabi is forged from high carbon stainless steel and characterised by semi-convex, hollow-ground blades, and flawlessly finished by contoured finger rests for absolute comfort.

Picking the right texturizer is key, depending on the job at hand. Whether you need texturizing, thinning, or blending, the magic lies in the number of teeth on the tool. Get ready for a tangle-free and effortlessly beautiful finish.

  • Wasabi Texturizer – T30

    £245.00 exc VAT
  • Wasabi Texturizer – T30B

    £245.00 exc VAT
  • Wasabi Texturizer – T38

    £245.00 exc VAT
  • Wasabi Texturizer – T38B

    £245.00 exc VAT

A texturizer is more than just a tool for thinning hair, and a Kasho texturizer is an instrument that truly allows creativity to flow freely. From perfectly thinning and blending hair without any trace of a thinning scissor, to adding choppy and aggressive texture, there is a scissor to meet every cutting-need. 

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Now the choice of scissor-style comes down to the desired final result. With three options for the amount of texturizer-teeth available across our ranges, each has a different purpose.

15 Teeth

For blending and finishing.

30 Teeth

For adding texture and blending.

38 Teeth

For thinning and removing bulk.

Then comes the difference between a scissor with top-teeth, where the teeth are above the cutting blade, or with bottom-teeth, where the teeth are below the cutting blade. A third unique style of texturizer also offers teeth on both top and bottom blades.

Top Teeth

Primarily for the ‘classic men’s’ cut and for generally shorter hair and shorter transitions, with a duller finish and harder contours.

Bottom Teeth

Primarily for long hair, as the hair enters the teeth better, and for taking volume out of thicker hair, with a softer finish and softer contours.

Hybrid

Whilst the purpose is the same, having teeth on both blades makes thinning much less time-consuming with an even softer finish.

A texturizer is more than just a tool for thinning hair, and a Kasho texturizer is an instrument that truly allows creativity to flow freely. From perfectly thinning and blending hair without any trace of a thinning scissor, to adding choppy and aggressive texture, there is a scissor to meet every cutting-need.

LET US EXPLAIN

Now the choice of scissor-style comes down to the desired final result. With three options for the amount of texturizer-teeth available across our ranges, each has a different purpose.

15 Teeth

For blending and finishing.

30 Teeth

For adding texture and blending.

38 Teeth

For thinning and removing bulk.

Then comes the difference between a scissor with top-teeth, where the teeth are above the cutting blade, or with bottom-teeth, where the teeth are below the cutting blade. A third unique style of texturizer also offers teeth on both top and bottom blades.

Top Teeth

For the classic men’s cut and shorter hair and transitions, gives a duller finish and harder contours.

Bottom Teeth

For longer hair and taking volume out of thicker hair, gives a softer finish and softer contours. Very versatile.

Hybrid

Having teeth on both blades makes thinning less time-consuming with an even softer finish. The most versatile.