Hatala Hair Cutting Level

Hair cutting level
Carpenters and contractors have been using tubular spirit levels for centuries to keep their lines straight. It was about time for someone to pick up on the idea and to put a miniature version of it on a ring!
Anyone who has ever cut hair knows that it is not always easy to get a perfectly straight line using only their fingers as an indicator. Fingers are not straight themselves and can vary from person to person.
The Hatala Cutting Level comes to the rescue and it will save hair stylists time to cut the perfect shape into the hair, without guessing and potential re-shaping later.
The ring that it is mounted on is open on one side to keep it flexible and one size fits all. It sits snugly on the finger, but is always comfortable. Just checking the bubble in the glass tube will help both seasoned professionals and beginners cut straight and angled lines. Two lines across the tube serve as a guideline for angled lines.
Tubular spirit level for hair cutting
Used correctly, the Hatala Cutting Level is the most effective and smallest hair cutting guide tool on the market and is far ahead of its competition in the form of bowls, eyeballs, or clip-in-the-hair guides.
This helpful little device was developed by Sharon Hatala, a passionate and dedicated hairstylist for two decades. Especially when she was working with students, she realized a need and spent 5 years designing and patenting her practical invention.
See also:
How to cut hair
Why hairdressers place their fingers on your forehead