Quinn Harper Children's Hair Salon Services Toddler Haircut, Baby Haircut, Boys Haircut, Kids Haircut and Children's Haircut at Basement, 331 King's Road Chelsea London SW3 5ES

If your baby entered the world with luscious locks, she could be ready for a baby’s first haircut as early as 6 months. But if she was a baldy, she may not need one until she’s 2. There’s no right or wrong time to go to a baby hairdresser. It comes down to this: Do you want to preserve her baby look, or do you think she’s ready for a big-kid ‘do? Keep in mind that once you cut off those curls, they may not grow back, says Edith founder of Quinn Harper Baby Hair Salon, a hair salon for babies and toddlers. On the other hand, trimming superfine baby hair often makes it look thicker.

At Quinn Harper Children’s Hair Salon we know how to deal with little wriggling clients. We have videos and books and fish tanks to keep little kids entertained in a relaxed atmosphere. When it comes to baby first haircut we even offer a little bag with her lock of hair and certificate as part of a baby’s first haircut package. 

We have books and little toys to keep him entertained but feel free to bring his favorite toy. These will help him stay calm and keep his hands occupied. We are offering a treat and sticker for afterward the toddler boy haircut. If he refuses to wear a cape, we put one on and show him how it looks.

If you’re apprehensive, your child will pick up on it and be more likely to cry during her toddler girl’s haircut. Talk to her about how much fun it will be her baby girl’s haircut and let her know how beautiful she’ll look after getting a trim. When she sees that you’re looking forward to it, she will too.

The baby’s first haircut sets the stage for years to come so it’s important to make it a positive experience.

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If your baby entered the world with luscious locks, she could be ready for a baby's first haircut as early as 6 months. But if she was a baldy, she may not need one until she's 2. There's no right or wrong time to go to a baby hairdresser. It comes down to this: Do you want to preserve her baby look, or do you think she's ready for a big-kid 'do? Keep in mind that once you cut off those curls, they may not grow back, says Edith founder of Quinn Harper Baby Hair Salon, a hair salon for babies and toddlers. On the other hand, trimming superfine baby hair often makes it look thicker. At Quinn Harper Children's Hair Salon we know how to deal with little wriggling clients. We have videos and books and fish tanks to keep little kids entertained in a relaxed atmosphere. When it comes to baby first haircut we even offer a little bag with her lock of hair and certificate as part of a baby's first haircut package. We have books and little toys to keep him entertained but feel free to bring his favorite toy. These will help him stay calm and keep his hands occupied. We are offering a treat and sticker for afterward the toddler boy haircut. If he refuses to wear a cape, we put one on and show him how it looks. If you're apprehensive, your child will pick up on it and be more likely to cry during her toddler girl's haircut. Talk to her about how much fun it will be her baby girl's haircut and let her know how beautiful she'll look after getting a trim. When she sees that you're looking forward to it, she will too. The baby's first haircut sets the stage for years to come so it's important to make it a positive experience.