Kamisori Black Diamond set
Hand made with one of the strongest elements on earth, the Japanese VG-10 Steel with its black Titanium finish, I choose the Kamisori shears for its sharpness, high quality, and elegant style. Best of all, the handle design affords my wrist less fatigue after a long 10-hours workday.
Parlux 385 PowerLight Ionic and Ceramic Hair Dryer
I’ve always been a Parlux fan, and this summer, I bought the latest upgraded model that possesses a lighter and more silent design than ever before.
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Panasonic Professional Hair Clipper ER1611 / Panasonic ER-GP80 K Professional Hair Clipper
Truthfully, I’ve been using the Panasonic clipper for almost a decade. I know a lot of stylists in England and the U.S. most commonly use the Wahl, but this is a big mistake. Panasonic took the lead approximately 10 years ago when this insane model came out. Not only is it cordless, but it is also MUCH more powerful than any Wahl. For example, the Wahl’s Rapid Fire is supposed to be the fastest yet it is only 1,800-4,600 RPM (Rotation per minute). The Panasonic Er1611 and Gp80 respectively have an RPM of 6,000-10,000 that dwarfs and ridicules the fastest Wahl. When it comes to noise and vibrations, Panasonic is also the King! In any case, it is an NO brainer that Panasonic has a huge advantage over the Wahl.
Wahl 9818 Lithium Ion Stainless Steel
Complementary to my Panasonic, I use the Wahl for shaping up the borders meaning the “hard to reach areas” such as the neck or the ears. The Wahl is more precise in these instances cleaning more than the Panasonic can at 0.8 mm.
Olivia Garden Brushes, Round Ceramic Thermal Collection
Truthfully I chose these brushes because they match my gold combs, however, when looking for the right brushes, as long as they have a ceramic coating, are anti-static and anti-bacteria, then any brush will do. I have to change my brushes often anyway.
Ultimate Hair Guide