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Gaabor Hand-held Clipper

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Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2024

Price: $10.00

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One of the Gaabor household series products is the wireless portable hand held hair clippers, which are easy to carry. The hair clipper has 10 levels that can be adjusted to meet the needs of consumers with different hair lengths. It is noteworthy that once it is charged, it can run for 90 minutes. Gaabor, a professional hair clipper manufacturer, makes the quality and after-sales services guaranteed.

Hair Clipper Design
The wireless portable hand held hair clippers is applicable to doing the hair of the whole family with one machine, which is user-friendly and effortless to the beginner. The clipper head is capable of automatic grinding to make the hand hair clippers. It can be used to trim your sideburns or the hair end easily, or shave and cut quickly without damaging the hair and leave your scalp unscathed in an all-round way. It also comes with long and short hair comb teeth, which can be adaptive to different hairstyles in a flexible and practical manner.

How Do You Use Hair Clippers for Beginners?
During the COVID-19, due to the inconvenience of going out, most people choose to cut their hair at home. Gaabor haircuts provide automatic adjustment of the comb teeth for newcomers and do not hurt the skin, so you can try it at home with zero experience.

STEP1. According to the length you want to keep your hair, choose a corresponding length comb and put it on Gaabor clippers.

STEP2. Push down the scalp, paying attention to the articulation of the hair on the sides and the hair on the top of the head, to transition naturally.

STEP3. Shave the hair on the back side also short.

STEP4. For newbies, you can use a mirror and a hairband as an aid.

STEP5. Use the eyebrow scraper to remove the stray hair at the back, and you are done.

Gaabor hair dryers are ergonomically designed with rounded chamfers. Wireless mobile haircutter, more convenient to carry, more suitable for family use.

If you need any kinds of electric beater, please contact us, as a professional electric beater supplier, Gaabor appliances is willing to offer you high quality products.

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