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SynopsisSnip long locks, tame unruly hair and create a color sensation for your client in Busy Scissors, the first haircutting and styling game of its kind for the Nintendo Wii. Start out as a junior assistant and advance your career through six levels as you climb the ranks to salon owner. Interact with eccentric Hollywood clientele, including fashion designers and rock stars, as you try to bring out their inner potential by finding their unique outward style. Do you have what it takes to make the cut?In Busy Scissors, you become the stylist and use your Wii Remote to color, shampoo, cut, blow dry and style hair. Learn everything there is to know about styling hair from Bizzy at the Hollywood-based Busy Scissors salon. With more than 30 hairstyles and seven cutting techniques, you'll have fun learning real-life professional styling techniques used by industry experts. Snip, style and tease your way through 20 fun mini games as you work to become the owner of your very own salon.
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Color, shampoo, cut, blow dry and style hair with the Wii Remote (not included)
Earn reputation to advance your career through six levels by meeting demands of glamorous and eccentric clientele, from celebrities to high-end fashion designers and world-famous rock stars
Unlock each client's inner potential by finding his or her unique outward style
Game may not include original artwork and/or manual
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Train with Bizzy at the Hollywood-based Busy Scissors salon to see if you can make the cut
Choose from more than 30 hairstyles with seven cutting techniques, emulated from real hairstyles created by industry experts
Play 20 mini games as you learn real-life professional styling techniques