When I go to the hairdresser, the question that I fear the most is “What do we do today?”. For me it is always complicated to answer! Not just because it is unnerving to see him waiting for my reply. But mostly because I think of many ideas of haircuts, all different.
If you are easily bored of your usual hairstyle, the first step is to look around to see the latest trends – magazines, celebrities, sports and popular culture stars have a major effect on what you personally want. But decided the style, there are several factors that you should consider before choosing a new hairstyle: if it’s practical enough for the job, if it involves a series of costs in hairdryers or brushes, but above all how many times you will have to return to the hairdresser to keep the style always tidy.
Remington HC4250 QuickCut
Today it’s much easier to change and play with your own look in the comfort of your own home, thanks to the spread of professional tools such as Remington products, who understands the men’s beauty needs, creating new prodcuts perfect for the man who likes to take care self. I tried the hair clipper Remington HC4250 QuickCut, for example. Compared to the traditional hair-cutting, QuickCut has a compact and ergonomic design. Thanks to its small and rounded shape I was able to create a tidy and uniform cutting by myself, with one hand, that greatly facilitated my cut, sideburns and neck included.
The QuickCut HC4250 is equipped with CurveCut Technology, a rounded stainless steel blade that follow the forms of the head allowing greater cutting coverage of 57% compared to standard blades. With this technology you can get quick cuts, accurate and consistent with lengths ranging from 1.5 to 15 mm using the 9 fixed combs provided in the package.
The biggest advantage I found is the lithium battery, that allowed me to use it for about 40 minutes wirelessly and take it around with me while traveling thanks to the case provided.
After this treat, you will surely have more chances and options to change your haircut as best as you can.
Photo: Giacinto Mozzetta