Preparing for a haircut
On one hand, it can be easier to get a haircut before her birthday than afterward — fewer surprise party invitations, fewer questions about what’s wrong with her hair. And though, some people might argue that a haircut is a rite of passage and worthy of a big celebration, it’s not the same. A birthday haircut isn’t one-size-fits-all. It has to match her current personality. She can have Princess Warrior hair. Or Borderline French Blonde.
Choosing a style
Before your lady gets her hairstyles for over 40 and overweight, you’ll want to talk to her and let her know what you want. If you have her sit still and you’re making the decision yourself, try to get a couple of strands of hair between her ear and shoulder and wrap it around a tissue. That will let you get a sense of how it will fall. Look at how her hair falls, then adjust to a similar style. If she has a lot of waves in her hair, you can trim out the dead ends of the wave a bit to make the wave more appealing.
- Cutting technique
Cutting your little girl’s hair is just like cutting your own. The way your scissors and shears cut different hair will vary, but you can adjust to make sure it’s straight. I recommend making a series of diagonal cuts.
Combing the hair
A cute little girl can be very picky when it comes to her hair. You need to put all your effort to get the right hairdo. She might want a ‘tangled’ look, while a straight line is more preferable for boys. Although that might be the case for girls too, they will ask for something different. First, you need to comb her hair out. It might not be easy to do because the little one doesn’t like combing it. However, once you’ve combed out the hair, be careful not to drop the brush and wake her up. It might be hard to do, but make sure that the comb is resting on the doll’s head instead. That way you will be able to rest it on the top of the doll’s head, and not drop it. If you are in a hurry, check the doll’s hair after each stroke.
Cutting the hair
This is a shortcut that works well for stylists. They’ll be able to have the kid in a setting where the new haircut is easier to manage and less stressful.
Some parents know about this and hire a kid wrangler. Others pay someone else. I find that I can take care of the haircut and the push-back pretty much at the same time by offering my kid a reward of playing outside for an hour, watching some TV, reading some books, or watching her favorite princess movie.
Finishing off the cut
- Prep her hair and smooth out any tangles.
- Use a blow dryer on a medium-high setting to dry her hair. Use the cool setting if necessary.
- Remove any pins in her hair before you start cutting. This is to make it easier for you to cut her hair.
- When you’re ready, grab your pair of clippers and shave her hair down. Start at the back of her head, cutting a straight line at a 25-degree angle.
- As you cut her hair, use your fingers to smooth out the hair pieces you’ve removed.
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