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How the Haircut experience begins

One our hair salon kids hair updo

Don’t we all have a childhood hair trauma memory? I do. That is probably why I will never have hair shorter than shoulder length.

The dreaded pixie cut was my mother’s go-to look for my sister and I. We have been scarred for life.

I get it, it takes time to wrestle down kids to comb their hair, oh the tangles! The piercing screams, you would think you were pulling their teeth without anesthesia. Truly though, busy working moms and dads don’t have the time to maintain long hair on little girls. So a shorter cut is the answer here.

Boys are definitely easier in this area, once they get used to the clipper vibration, there’s no more crying, they’re good to go!

I have been blessed to be able to do three generations of clients. My friends and clients now bring their grandchildren to the salon. Quite frankly that is an honor. We have had some younger clients admit now they learned more listening to the ladies chatting in the salon, then they did in health class. I love the energy from the youngsters that come in. It warms my heart when I see them come in and run to Kirsten for a hug! Dennis is amazing with kids as well, he’s just a big kid himself, they love his superhero talk and huge candy consumption!

The best part about the young clients is they have so many life events that we prepare their hair for. First Holy Communion, flower girls, ring barriers, daddy and daughter dances, first formal dances, homecoming and prom, graduation then bridal parties and weddings. How lucky am I to witness a third round?

The hair salon experience has been life long for me. We are so blessed to have a family within our clients. We love getting you picture-perfect for every event. We can’t wait to get our hands on you, and make you feel you look your best. This is a great industry to be a part of!

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