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    My 3 eldest DD's had their first trims at 18months and they get trims about 3 times a year.. The all have curly hair and after the trim the ends are no longer knotty!!!

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    At 2.5 DD got a little cut to Get rid of all the wispy bits. She get her fringe cut regularly.

    I've never been charged more then $6 and that's at a proper salon not a discount chain one either.

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    Dd1 was 4 when she had her first haircut, dd2 who is nearly 4 refuses to get one hopefully I can get her too before kindy starts

    This is dd1 hair

    I pay $10 for a hair trim

    I think to right time to get a haircut is when they have lots of split ends, dd1 goes to the hairdressers every 3 months
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    My DD1 is 4 yrs old and hasn't had a hair cut yet. Her hair is down to her bum when wet and only now is in need of a trim to get rid of dry ends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FindMyLunch View Post
    My DD is the same age as Beccas and she has hair to her bum when wet, but it curls up when dry.
    She hasn't had a hair cut and I'm not sure when she will, I'm thinking she needs a trim but I like that it can just be tied up in a pony tail. I don't think I'd get her a fringe, it looks cute on E though Bec
    Thanks. I always said I wouldn't get a fringe, but had to do something for her since she refused to wear it up. Cheeky little miss.

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