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Gosh, lots of pretty good value, I can maybe afford to experiment a bit!
I have been surprised to find that a pair of baby nail scissors actually works quite well and is the scissor of choice for our 3.6 year old.
Yellow Moon/Baker Ross do sets of three with a spring type thing for £2.99 I think, they're really good (and my lefty DD can use them too).
Tesco's do some for about £1 that work well
If she can learn to cut anything at all, she's welcome to celebrate by cutting her hair...
BEROL. Not beryl.
Beryl seem to make really good scissors, but be warned, they do cut hair, so supervise.
Thanks, that's very helpful. And surprisingly cute!
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Not simply plastic, I've got those and I wouldn't recommend them.
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