The stainless steel Dovo nose hair scissors offer precise and safe trimming of nose and ear hair, in a variety of options to suit your preference. All models were 100% produced by Dovo in their Solingen, Germany facility; in Okt. 2020 Dovo decided to focus solely on their core shaving side of the personal cutlery market, but we still have the stock remaining which you see available via the drop-down menu.
A specific scissor for cutting your nose and ear hair helps present a well groomed look to the world-especially as you age.
All Dovo nose hair scissors have round, bulbous tips to encapsulates the cutting action to occur within the plane of space the tips themselves create. Thus it is quite hard to cut yourself with these scissors, even when you’re not using your eyes.
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- 4″ Length
- Stainless Steel, satin-matte finish
- Body profile designed to easily fit in nostrils
- Bulbous tips prevent lacerations
- Works for nose or ear hair
- Supplied with small plastic sheath
- Made in Solingen, Germany
- #44406 = straight blades, 4″, fluted shanks
- #44409 = curved blades, 4″, fluted shanks
- #464016 = straight blades, 4″, straight shanks
- #464096 = curved blades, 4″, straight shanks
Curved Blades or Straight Blades? it is Up to You
Flat-bodied straight blade style nose scissors are more intuitive to use. Curved blade nose hair scissors, on the other hand, take time to become easy. Most ultimately will find curved blades most adept at getting the very front of the nostrils. It is a personal preference. There is no wrong or right answer. Only subjective opinion here.
Fluted Shanks vs Straight Shanks
The 44406 and 44409 models have fluted shanks (the portion of metal between the finger rings and the joint of the scissor). Conversely, the models 464016 and 464096 have straight shanks. To us, this is simply a styling issue.
No matter which Dovo nose scissor you choose, they each deliver wonderful control of a tiny cutting edge area with a minimal ‘scissoring’ pressure needed to cut the nose or ear hair.