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Remington's Ready For Spring

by Remington Ready February 3, 2014

Spring 2014 is tropical! Vibrant oranges, pinks, and greens have been making their debuts across runways globally. We all can agree that absolutely anything tropical sounds amazing during these harsh winter months. With spring right around the corner (fingers crossed), we thought we would share some of the tropical trends that might make an appearance in your closet this year.
The patterns are where this inspiration begins. With the bright colors and floral patterns designers are using this season, the dream of relaxing on the beach can be a perpetual state of mind.




Next up...taking those patterns and turning them into runway looks! Of-the-moment prints will make a noticeable statement as temperatures climb. Let these powerful patterns be the focus of your outfit by pairing pieces with basic bottoms or solid print jackets.




Of course, a look isn’t complete without all the bold accessories to tie it together. This spring's styles are full of fabulous pieces for sure! The vibrant colors expressed throughout the accessories are not only trending for spring -- you’ll transition into the summer, effortlessly.



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Lithium Power Series

by RemReadyMan January 27, 2014

Introducing the NEW Lithium Power Series. Remington's unique lithium batteries are long-lasting and drive more energy to the motor for maximum power and advanced precision.  Watch the video to see what sets lithium batteries apart, and follow this link to view the full line of Remington lithium powered shavers and trimmers.






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Buying Your Father a Holiday Gift

by RemReadyMan December 16, 2013


Fathers are impossible. That is not an exaggeration and it’s not hyperbolic, it’s simply a fact. 


Your father will not wear that scarf that you thought went well with the coat that he refuses to stop wearing; your father does not like that microbrew, or any microbrew for that matter, he likes something else; your father will not like those gloves that you looked at and thought would make for sturdy shoveling gear; he will not use that drill bit for some reason; he will not wear that hat under any circumstance; he does not want whatever that doohickey is.  


Your father will not like that putter, regardless of your accompanying magazine article included in the card that refers to it as, “The Putting Revolution.” He will not put it in his golf bag. He hates that putter and likes the one he’s been using for the last seven years just fine, thank you very much. 


Here’s how you buy your father a gift: think of something he loved once and then kind of forgot about or no longer has time to enjoy. When he was a younger, what did he love? Did he love Corvettes? Did he love sailing? Did he love golden retrievers? Did he love the circus? Did he love aviation? Did he love Tommy James and the Shondells (“Crimson and Clover”)? Did he love stamps that featured Dwight D. Eisenhower? 


This isn’t saying buy him a sports car, a boat, a dog, or the rarest-available stamp involving former US President Dwight D. Eisenhower. It’s to say that a gift that acts to remind him of the things he loved when he was younger is thoughtful, and more importantly, thought provoking. Dads like to be reminded of things such as this. Think about that and you will not come up empty-handed. 


And then pair it, with THIS REMINGTON SHAVER. Because, in my experience, if fathers love anything, it’s a modern, powerful shaver that can replace the one they’ve been using for seven years. 


This shaver will be put in the golf bag. 

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3 Ideas For Fun Holiday Party Looks

by Amelia Vignali December 9, 2013




This outfit is perfect for all of those holiday work parties we are all worrying about finding something festive to wear to. Red is my "go to" for the holidays. Nothing makes a better statement than a classic red dress. Add a simple sweater or jacket like I did here, and you are set to party with your coworkers!




ADD a Statement Piece

When searching for an outfit for a family gathering, adding pieces on the conservative side is key. Pairing a sweater with a skirt is one thing, but adding bold accessories like a hat or tights really completes the look. You want to look put together when seeing all of those distant relatives that you haven't seen since last Christmas!




SKIP the Ugly Sweater

If you are skipping out on that ugly Christmas sweater party with your friends this year and are in need of a look to impress, you are at the right place! Partying with friends around the holidays is a perfect excuse to step out of your comfort zone and be more daring. Try coordinating patterns together that you wouldn't do normally. This fluffy vest paired with velvet embossed pants and royal blue pumps is perfect way to start the new year with your closest friends! 


See more from Amelia on her blog, Bold Meets Basic

How to Get the Best Shave with Hyper Series Rotary Shavers

by RemReadyMan November 20, 2013

Remington is committed not only to providing you with the superior product, but also the superior techniques to employ when using them.



Check out Remington’s newest shaving guide for the our premium XR HyperSeries:  



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Groom Your Movember Mustache Masterfully

by RemReadyMan November 18, 2013

This Movember, Remington has teamed up with expert stylist Chris Appleton and created a brand new video showing you how to groom your Movember mustache, guaranteeing you raise awareness of men’s health issues with style. 




And don’t forget to join Remington’s Movember mustache contest. This year, your mustache will not only help raise awareness, but it could win you up to $250!

Multistyler Tutorial - 4 Styles 1 Tool

by Hayley Segar November 11, 2013


Hey everyone! Recently I was given the opportunity to play around with the new Remington Multistyler...a tool that allows you to create 4+ looks! I am going to be showing you how I created a smooth and sleek style, a loose curl style, some beachy waves, and tight curls.


The Remington Multistyler is a MUST for girls on the go...most of these styles took me under 15 minutes to complete, not to mention you could throw this single product in your travel need for a curling wand, flat iron, and a deep waver! The versatility of this product is showcased in my videos. Hope you enjoy!











See more from Hayley on her Youtube Channel - hayleyistcb


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Your Stache Could Win You Cash

by RemReadyMan November 4, 2013

Join Remington and help make November a Movember to remember! Movember urges guys worldwide to help raise awareness of prostate cancer and other cancers affecting men in the most masculine way possible: growing your mustache. Fight the good fight alongside Remington this November with a chance to turn that stone cold stache into cold hard cash in our Movember contest!


How do I enter?

1. Take a photo of yourself and your incredible mustache (together, not separately).
2. Head to Twitter or Instagram and post your photo with the hashtag #MoSelfie anytime in November.
3. That’s it. It’s really that easy.




Remington will post the 10 best mustaches chosen by an expert panel of mustache aficionados. Those 10 will then be posted by us and voted on by you through the first week of December, with first place winning $250, second place winning $100, and third place winning $50 in December 9th!



Join Remington and help change the face of men’s health this Movember!



Turn Your Workday Look Into Your Nightlife Look In Two Steps (Three If You Let Your Hair Down)

by Remington Ready October 28, 2013

We’ve been in this situation far too often: your work life and your social life are making time tight. You’re meeting people after work for dinner; you’re going on a date; you’re heading to a 5:30pm showing of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats. You don’t have time to go home, your office doesn’t have a full-blown ladies’ locker room, and changing outfits in a car or in a public bathroom is just…not good.


What to do? Trick yourself into thinking you have changed!




1. Wear a hot top that you love, but wear it with a sweater or a cardigan. No one judges people in cardigans. It just is not done. (Then ditch it for the evening.)


2. Bring a second pair of shoes. New shoes equal new outfit.


3. Tie your hair up tight for the workday, then let it all come soaring out in a scene of glory. Imagine Rita Hayworth while you do this.


These three quick steps that allow you to feel like you’ve changed will make you intrinsically feel like you have changed, because you have actually changed! (Albeit slightly.) That’s the whole point: sweater gone – hot top on; galoshes gone – pink stilettos on; and, the coup de grace, “Gilda, are you decent?” It’s totally worth pulling that last move in front of anyone, FYI. It’s all so unbelievably easy, you’ll ask, “why didn’t I just think of that myself instead of being in such a touch-and-go mood all day because I tried to ride the fine line between looking professional and looking beautiful and, in doing so, I inadvertently got on Carol’s case about something insignificant that isn’t due until February?”


Don’t take it out on Carol. In fact, share these tips with Carol and then everyone can stop taking it out on everyone else. Except Tim, because that guy really needs to start carrying his weight.

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Tucking In Your Shirt: A Simple Guide

by Remington Ready October 14, 2013


Your shirt: should it be inside or outside of your pants? A vexing question indeed. The choice itself often has to do with the image you want to project. It should be self-evident that tucking your shirt in often gives off a cleaner, more professional look, while leaving it untucked projects a more carefree, laissez-faire attitude. There are however a few guidelines that, in most circumstances, should be followed.


If you’re wearing a tie, tuck your shirt in.

This is fairly obvious, yet some people feel that the “business in front, party below the waist” look can work. These people are wrong. Wearing a tie with an untucked shirt looks unusual at best, as the tie is supposed to drop right to your waistline. An untucked shirt obscures your waistline and inevitably makes your tie look too short. If you must untuck your shirt in a tie-wearing situation, say at a wedding where you are dancing up a sweat, then take off the tie. There is no reason to leave it on at this point.


If you’re wearing dress slacks, tuck in your shirt.

Similar to the tie, dress pants kind of necessitate that you tuck in your shirt. Dress pants look unusual with an untucked, button-down shirt. Those viewing your sartorial choice might ask, “why did he even bother wearing those nice pants if he won’t bother to tuck in his shirt?” An exception in this case can be made for a polo shirt, though it needs to be the perfect size to keep it from looking off while untucked.


If you’re wearing jeans, use sound judgment.

Jeans imply a casual nature, even designer jeans to a degree. Thus, you ought to do what looks best. This requires a mirror and a sound opinion (yours or otherwise). Tucking your shirt in with jeans can make you look sleek or make you look like you’re headed to a rodeo, so choose wisely.



If you’ve forgotten your belt, don’t tuck in your shirt.

This seems silly, but putting your beltless midsection on display will not go unnoticed. Open, naked belt loops just draw the eye. Older men in particular, for reasons unknown, will not hesitate to walk up to a complete stranger and ask them where their belt is. If you’re wearing a tie and have forgotten your belt, you’re in quite the pickle. We recommend losing the tie, and untucking your shirt, or keeping your jacket buttoned at all times to obscure the shameful fact that you forgot your belt.


If you’re wearing a sports jersey, don’t tuck it in.

Just don’t do it. It looks ridiculous. (Unless you’re actually playing an organized sport that requires it and the jersey is yours, not Bo Jackson’s.)


There you go. The glaringly obvious have been left off this brief guide as to avoid insulting your intelligence – things like don’t tuck in your sweater, don’t tuck things into your elastic waistband, etc. Of course, any rule can be broken. If they couldn’t, we’d likely be walking around with muttonchops, puffy blouses, and large buckles on our shoes to this day. Just be sure to look at yourself and ask, “am I really pulling this off? Really?” Never lie to yourself.