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    DD1 is 3.5yo and is going for her first haircut next week. I've cut a few wispy bits off in the past. Her hair is quite thin and slow growing so I'm hoping a proper haircut will help. She has a moderate amount of natural curls

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    Default Re: When did your baby have first haircut

    My babies are hairy and my youngest was about 6 months old, held off as long as I could but poor thing had hair in his eyes. He's 9.5 months and needs it done again.

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    Default Re: When did your baby have first haircut

    6 months, it was getting long by then

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    Default When did your baby have first haircut

    A few days before he turned 4 months. It was long and scruffy and in his eyes. As it's hard to cut baby's hair the hair dresser just trimmed it all over. I get it done every 6weeks or so as it grows so fast. Now that he is used to it he gets a little boy cut (short sides and back, spiky top) with clippers around the edges and all. He is 13months and had 7 hair cuts now

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    Default When did your baby have first haircut

    Dd1 had her first hair cut at 2ish, it was so long and constantly tangled.

    Dd2 had her hair cut at 1, by her big sister. And then 6mths later another hair cut because she went at it herself.

    DS hardly has any hair but I won't be letting it get long.

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    DS had his first haircut by a professional yesterday @ 13 months. I did it myself a few times before that to tidy it up as it is very wispy and untidy at the back and sides.
    The hairdresser said it is good to get them started early so they get used to it.

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    My mother tells me that I had my first haircut at 6 weeks! And no, I'm not a particularly hairy woman (Anglo/Celtic heritage). DS is 6 months and in no danger of needing a haircut in the next 6 months.


 

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