A haircut alone takes at least a comb and scissors, and that’s just the bare minimum. For a full range of styling you’ll need a more varied set of tools. You might need to cut close with electric hair trimmers, or add texture with thinning scissors. And can you count how many jobs you’ve used a blow dryer for? There’s a tool for your hair straightening, coloring, curling, cutting, dusting and more.
Featured Hair Tools
You have some clipping and buffing to do, so you’ll be looking for a few clippers, pushers, and files to get to work. Browse around nail clippers and cuticle scissors of every shape and size, as well as chamois buffers and ceramic stone foot files. And when you’ve finished filing, buffing, and clipping their hands and feet, the electric nail dryers will help speed you along to painting nails.
Featured Manicure & Pedicure Tools
Beard shaving and body waxing doesn’t just take moxy and skill, it takes wax, cream, and a few different types of sharp edges. For traditional shaves you can find straight razors and shaving cream, as well as lather machines to speed the job up. For closer work you’ll need tweezers, eyebrow shapers, extractors for black and white heads, and the ever-dignified nose trimmer. These are the tools for getting up close and personal.
Featured Spa & Body Tools
There are lots of different odds and ends you might need around the shop. Display your work on mannequin heads with human hair, or hone your painting skills on rubber practice hands and feet. When you’ve finished with a client you can show your finished product with a hand mirror or make your personal beautification easier with a magnification mirror. So when we say “other” we really mean “random useful things.”
The world of the masseuse can be beautifully simple. Give your clients some relaxing support with a few well placed massage bolsters, packed full of dense cushioning cradled in soft vinyl. And if you have a holistic approach, try a set of basalt hot stones and a stone heater. It’s all hot and soft stuff. Except for the rocks. They aren’t soft.