Kids Hair Cuts
Having as much information about kids hair cuts can be a simple task if you know the following mom and dad tips...
Taking a child in for a haircut is always a bit unnerving for a parent and a child, however it doesn’t have to be.
One good way to avoid the stress of haircut day is to find a salon and stylist that you and your child feel comfortable with, and use that individual on a consistent basis.
This helps both the stylist and the child as they both know what to expect.
Many stylists have had special training in cutting and styling children’s hair, and you can ask at your salon if anyone has this experience, or ask if they could make a recommendation.
Most stylists that work with children have a good idea of the style of cut that would suit the child’s face as well as their age.
Older children that want to do their own hair may be better with simpler styles that just require combing or blow drying and brushing.
Care should be taken to avoid using too many hair care products on children’s hair, especially if it is very fine. Remember that any hairstyle that requires curling or other styling will need Mom or Dad’s supervision and assistance. Simpler is usually better with children.
If you child wants to grow their hair consider keeping the hair layered to avoid tangling and knotting if your children are very active and enjoy being outdoors and running around. Layered cuts also have more body and tend to require less attention that long hair. Curly hair can be styled to frame the face or left longer and easily pulled back.
Following these simple tips can give you peace of mind and keep your child happy and confident about their new hair-do.
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