When it comes to kids hairstyles, the easy part is selecting what cut you and your child want. It is the next step that can cause the most issues- visiting a salon to make it happen!
Taking your child in to a beauty shop can be overwhelming the first few times. It would be a great idea to allow your child to come with you when you are getting a cut before they have their own. This way, they can see that the beauty shop is not something to be afraid of. Opting for a salon that specializes in children's hair is another wonderful idea if that option is available to you.
If necessary, you can do some reading up and try attempting to do it at home if your child really will not cooperate and have their hair done in a salon.
The more relaxed the experience is when your child needs to have their hair done, the more apt that they will be willing to go through the adventure again as needed.
When choosing a style, look at pictures with your child, see what kind of hairstyle that they want to have. If you allow your child to be active when picking styles, they will probably be more willing to sit still while their locks are cropped.
Although using gentle hair products and styling tools on children is not a bad idea, you generally would be better off selecting hairstyles that do not require that type of styling on a daily basis.
Children get bored easily and if styling their hair takes a lot of effort each day, chances are good that they will soon become frustrated with the process and end up with ratty looking locks.
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