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6 Places To Go For A Kid Haircut in Dallas

My little gal’s hair is a bonafide mess and I’m out of my element.
 
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I saved Amanda’s “Easy Little Girl Hairstyle” post last fall, but I think we have bigger issues that extend beyond mere styling.  Her 18-month-old hair grows every which way and that curly frizz is something else.   I think it’s time to make an appointment with a professional stylist and try to trim and tame the locks.  But, where do I begin looking? I’m new to little girl hair.  (My boy has a curly do that my husband regularly trims.  Wet, tussle, and apply product.  Easy, peasy.)
 
I tapped into the Dallas Moms Blog network and did a little research.  Here’s what I learned: 
 

The Top 6 Places To Go For a Kid Haircut in Dallas

12509104_572720489542347_4561217323111095491_n1.  Sweet and Sassy – The word on the street is that Sweet and Sassy is THE place to be.  It’s decorated like the inside of a 13 year old’s dream closet and little ones love it because they feel like they are going to a real grown up spa.  Sweet and Sassy’s especially caters to little girls and have special features like glitter tattoos and a sparkly glitter hairspray for after hair cuts.  Nail packages are offered in addition to hair services.  Check out the website for various discounts on certain days of the week.  6121 W. Park Blvd, Plano; 670 Beebalm Ln, Garland; 1246 Main Street, Southlake

2.  Miss Ginger’s Kids Cutz –  If efficiency and convenience is the name of your game, check out Miss Ginger’s in Preston Center.  She offers online bookings and there is no waiting upon arrival.  Make sure to book in late July/early August to get the times you want for back to school, especially if you need multiple back to back slots.  You’re not the only one in town with Miss Ginger on speed dial!  8335 Westchester, Suite 201, Room 5
 
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3.  Little Lakewood Salon and Boutique – I have big news for you East Dallas/Lakewood mamas! Bake and Play recently changed their concept from playing/eating to playing/SALON.  They snatched one of the stylists from Snip-Its and now offer discounted $2 play for children who are getting a cut.  Bonus: mamas (and papas!) can also get their hair cut at Little Lakewood and the kids can play in the supervised kid area for $2.  Manis and pedis are also offered at this new spot.  6434 E Mockingbird Lane, Suites 105-107
 
4.  Stride Rite – It’s back to school time and your long to-do list includes “get new shoes” and “get a haircut”.  It’s your lucky day! Walk into Stride Rite and those two pesky items can quickly be crossed off with one stop.  Shop for a wide-range of shoes in the front and head towards the back of the store for a quick and no fuss snip.  Walk-ins are welcome here! (However, appointments are accepted and you might want to call ahead in August.) 6129 Luther Ln
 
5.  Snip-Its – This national chain offers two locations in our neck of the woods: Snider Plaza in Dallas and North Plano.  Televisions are usually tuned to cartoons and suckers are handed out after the cut.  Be sure to make an appointment ahead of time. Both locations currently have online coupons available, so make sure to snag a deal before you go in. 6713 Hillcrest Avenue; 4720 Highway 121 at Ohio Walmart Plaza, Plano
 
6.  Kidville – If sitting in an airplane during a haircut is up your kid’s alley, check out one of our favorite spots in town, Kidville.  As Jenny shared here, a salon is located at the front of Kidville’s mecca of kid-centered entertainment.  Let the kids play first or bribe with playtime after they sit still for a cut.  Either way, the stop is a win for all. 6025 Royal Ln #130

BONUS: Have you talked to your own favorite stylist? A lot of stylists offer a discounted kids cut during your own hair appointment.  Talk to your salon and see if that’s a good option for convenience sake.
 

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