The beginning of the new year comes with the irresistible urge to start over fresh, which means it's a great time to get a haircut. This decade's first big hair trends include looks at every length that can be tailored to your hair texture and personal style. From thin to extra short haircuts, cool cuts to no-bobs, sleek to shaggy, tamer to louder, styles that contain just one color can dress up your hair every other week or in double-barreled layers. Knowing where to stand in hair color, let alone choosing a fresh new look, can take all of ten minutes. If you're lucky, you might even get an additional popular after-work companion's opinion before you head out to work! I may believe Daniel Craig's "Finally A Real Throwing Hat" hairstyle started the current trend for throwing on a shea- to-oil- grey beanie when I'm hosting my friends at Valentine's Day Dinner, but it only became wide-spread after Scott and I partnered up with Daniel Craig himself to share luxurious polishing in London in May 2010.

Roma Gets Sexual With Scruffy Arbutus Bouffant

"On camera, I'm not like my on the street life," says Daniel Baker, 48, a Hollywood talent manager who is currently playing Chevy Chase's love interest in the "The League" TV series. "But I try to behave like it. I have a pair of Audubon cufflinks on at all times." Baker's curious walk is all about staying true to his roots. And the best way to stay true to your roots is not to be a tool. "My mother-in-law thinks the haircut on top is cool," says Baker. When Baker's mother moves into a new apartment, his footing needs to be teetering on the edge of the sofa, propped up by a plastic patio chair, a leather handbag, and a stack of books called "The Balding Bible."

Out With the Old, In With the New

More relevancy story: If you were to see a world-renowned actor willing to let his signature decorate a space between his turquoise bathtub on the beach of Balmain stile, you would look away and search for the reason - say, that Supermodel woman who had a bucket for a side part before Renée Zellweger dropped her entire look at the height of her popularity. Anyways, "We get a lot of American: It's cooler to be called Zack, like Zack Morris," says Michael Bendis, who first popularized the term "Zack" a year ago while promoting his latest graphic novel, "Alias." Bendis got the likening ideas in a