There’s no specific age recommended for a first haircut, it can be anywhere between 6 months and 2 years on average. Some babies are born with lots of hair and may be ready sooner than others, and some parents choose to prolong the first haircut well into toddlerhood.
Does cutting toddler hair help it grow?
Is it true that cutting her hair will help it grow thicker and faster? A: There is no scientific evidence that suggests that cutting makes hair grow faster, but I can tell you from experience that is does seem like it helps.
How often should a 2 year old get a haircut?
Keep in mind that it is a good idea to have your child’s hair trimmed two to three times per year to keep it healthy and to encourage growth.
Should you cut your toddlers hair?
While doing it with the first birthday is a great way to celebrate this special milestone, it will certainly still depend on the child. If your little one has a lot of curls and they are long, a cut should be fine. However, if they have shorter hair, cutting it too soon might be, well…completely unnecessary!