• The moving and still blades are lined up in the same position.
• There is a high degree of freedom in using it, and various cutting techniques can be used since the range of motion is wide vertically and horizontally.
• Because the thumb side is long, symmetric handles can be leveraged to cut powerfully.
• Although this type of shear is symmetrical, it is not recommended for ambidextrous use.
• The thumb side is short.
• It is wonderful for beginners because it is easy to hold, open, and close.
• This style is recommended when wanting to use large scissors of 6.5" or longer because it fits the hand comfortably.
The pinky rests on this spot. If there is a finger rest, the scissors are stable and easy to cut.
Hump (Camel Back)
Scissors with a hump increase the stability further. Like the finger rest, the hump differs depending on personal taste, so it does not affect the quality of the cut.
The Crane Handle is bent more than a standard offset. Hairstylists can use it easily without raising the elbow, but the range of haircutting techniques is considerably narrowed.
3D Type Handle
A 3D handle adds a twist to the thumb and finger holes. The scissors fit the fingers to give a sense of stability.