Hi, my 4 year old daughter used to have very long hair but it was so thick and tangely, we tried everything but had to have it cut. It's now just on her sholders. It's been cut a bit shorter undernieth and layered on top. It just looks really thick at the back, then thin at the bottom. I'm not keen on it really, it looks like a style that's grown out. I'm thinking of having it in a proper bob style. It is a little but wavy, so I'm not sure. The other option I suppose would be to let it grow out. What do you think?
not a hairdresser but watching as have made appt for dd1 to have hair cut tomorrow she has long hair that was very curly but is now wavy (think the length/weight has made curls drop) its fairly easy to do in the mornings (ponytail/french plait etc) however I am desperate to get a good 3 inches cut off and it looks tatty at the ends and needs a good trim (plus she starts school in sept) but she is terrified of the hairdressers (unlike dd2 who had her hair cut today and sat so still and has a perfect one length shoulder do with wispy fringe!!)
Do you live anywhere neer Exeter? There is a childrens salon there called Nippers. The children sit on fairground ponies to have their hair cut. They watch DVD's on a screen in front of them and get glitter in their hair, fruit bag and balloon after. My daughter loved it, but the woman behind the dest was a bit rude and cold so we didn't go back. The children love it though.
oh that sounds fab but sadly we are in Kent, have promised her that is she has it cut and behaves she can have any magazine in the shop after (ie the one with the tackiest free gift on the front ) and my dad (her beloved grandad who she adores) has promised a treat on saturday if she behaves so fingers crossed................
mmmmm all that and it hasnt helped you get any hairdressers on this thread though has it