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  • Ama 55 Thinner

    Ama 55 Thinner

    Double-sided thinner with 22 teeth on each blade for creating super-fine textures.

    6.25 inches long.

    £15.95 (€18.34)
  • Ama Apex Thinner

    Ama Apex Thinner

    Robust, offset, stainless steel thinning scissors with 30 teeth giving a 15–20% cut ratio, offering great performance at an affordable price.

    Ideal for all general blending and texturising jobs.

    £45.00 (€51.75)
  • Ama Contour Thinner

    Ama Contour Thinner

    Ama Contour Thinner, available in 5.75 inches.

    £35.99 (€41.39)
  • Ama Harmony Thinner

    Ama Harmony Thinner

    An excellent first thinner and good value too. 5.25 inches long with a matching standard scissor available as well.

    £19.99 (€22.99)
    £25.00 Save 20%
  • Ama Silhouette Colorz Thinning Scissors

    Ama Silhouette Colorz Thinning Scissors

    Good quality, stainless steel thinning scissors with 28 teeth, offset handles and choice of handle colour.

    Ideal for students looking to personalise their kit.

    £19.00 (€21.85)
  • Ama Uno Thinner

    Ama Uno Thinner

    Stainless steel blades with 28 teeth meet offset alloy handles for great combination of quality, comfort and affordability.

    £37.00 (€42.55)
  • Bonika T7 Chunker

    Bonika T7 Chunker

    Reduced to clear. Last few remaining!

    Japanese steel texturiser with 7 slanted teeth with razor edges for creating choppy looks with incredible volume and texture.

    Fixed finger rest and offset handles for cutting comfort.

    £75.00 (€86.25)
    £125.00 Save 40%
  • Cerena Supérieur Thinning Scissors

    Cerena Supérieur Thinning Scissors

    German steel and engineering combine with a classic, level-handled design for a good quality, all-round long thinner with "supérieur" performance.

    6.5 inches long with 30 teeth.

    £29.99 (€34.49)
    £45.95 Save 35%
  • DMI Barber Thinning Scissors

    DMI Barber Thinning Scissors

    6-inch thinning scissors with 30 teeth made from Japanese steel with hollow-ground blades.

    Supplied with black finger-ring inserts and a black scissor sheath.

    £49.95 (€57.44)
  • DMI Professional Thinning Scissors

    DMI Professional Thinning Scissors

    5.5-inch, great value first thinning scissor made from top quality Japanese steel in either right- or left-handed versions and in a choice of 4 colours (Orange, Purple, Fuchsia or Black).

    £49.95 (€57.44)
    £60.00 Save 17%



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Ordered the full set of 4 as my hair is layered with a fringe and like to use different size brushes for a good finish. I had just bought the Moroccan oil boar bristle brush at £45 for one and it is good but these are much better for my hair as they straighten and smooth really well,also cut my drying time down as a couple of passes and my hair is glossy and straight. Excellent value as only cost £24.00 plus P&P for all 4. Oh! And my hairdresser used them on me and she said she loves these brushes and she works for Trevor Sorbie so has access to the best brushes. I will order another set soon to keep in store in case they stop selling these. I am so glad I have found Coolblades website. Your prices are great and you offer a good range of hair tools.
Marie Berry
Aug 12, 2016


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