New Year, New Hairstyle, New You!

2011 is almost upon us, and many people are already lining up their New Years resolutions. Whether your plan is to spend more time at the gym, quit smoking, or get a certain project done around the house, we all know that by the time April rolls around, we are hard-pressed to even remember what we resolved to do. By next Thanksgiving, we’re ready to make this year’s resolution NEXT year’s resolution.

One thing that men and women alike can resolve to change that’s quite easy is their hairstyles. Especially now in the winter, what better way to overcome winter’s icy grip than to try a new look, a new color, or a complete hair makeover? A new hairstyle can improve your mood, make a splash at holiday parties, and may even give you enough newfound confidence to work on those other resolutions. If it looks great and you love it, you’ve discovered this great new treasure you can use in the┬ásummer months as well. If you end up not liking it…well, wearing a hat in public is perfectly acceptable this time of the year. It’s win-win!

Anybody thinking of some great new hairstyles to ring in 2011? Any hot new celebrity trends in hair you’re dying to copy and finally getting up the nerve to unleash? Let us know in the comments!

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3 Responses to New Year, New Hairstyle, New You!

  1. C.K. Leming says:

    Russ, I just watched Norm’s personal demonstration video on Tara’s blog this morning. He is much more deft with the AirCut, than the young man in the commercial for your product. I now see that Norm explained there are different attachments for varying lengths, and even one attachment that is angled for tapering the cut on the sides & back of the head to account for head shape & design. I still think there needs to be a comb attachment connected to the vacuum chute, but Norm’s demonstration really brought out the finer points of the AirCut.

    You should have Norm’s video on the front page of your blog. Besides, Norm is much more handsome than the young man in the commercial video. ;)

    • aircutblog says:

      C.K.- Thank you for your comments and thoughts. We are working on getting the video that Tara embedded on her blog from our YouTube channel to the site and on the blog. I have forwarded your thoughts to Norm, but I know for a fact that our engineer has many of these designs already in development. I will keep you posted when we are ready to bring them to market, and of course there will be special deals available only to current customers. Thank you!

  2. C.K. Leming says:

    Excellent, Russ! I look forward to seeing how things develop with your engineers. And thanks for replying so quickly. Good luck to Norm & the AirCut in 2011!

    C.K.~

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