It’s time to think about getting the kids ready for back to school and school pictures! If  you realize a little trim might just be what’s needed, check out these cool Seattle area salons, where your kids will feel comfortable and have fun while getting that stylish cut.

The Salon at Kids Club
2630 NE Village Lane
Seattle, WA 98105

Haircuts are fun at the Salon at Kids Club in the heart of University Village! The talented stylists are experienced with children and provide a quality hair cut every time, with the salon’s 100% satisfaction guarantee on all products and services. Kids keep busy with boxes of toys and friendly conversation, rather than TVs and DVD players. Time for Baby’s First Haircut? You’ll receive a keepsake card with a photo and a locket of hair. Haircuts are $25, and include a hair wash, cut, style, braid, sparkles, spikes, faux hawks, and/or colored gel.

Salon at Common Folk Kids
Crossroads Shopping Center
15600 NE 8th Street Suite F-5
Bellevue, WA 98008
425.643.KIDS (5437)

Salon at CF Kids is located inside Common Folk Kids at Crossroads. They realize that children’s haircuts are different from adult’s. The salon also caters to clients with autism and other special needs. Stylists have over 40 years experience specializing in cutting babies’ and children’s hair. As an added feature, you can book your appointment online through their website.

Zoie & Friends
4318 6th Ave
Tacoma, WA 98406

With oveer 23 years experience, Zoie & Friends provides a fun, comfortable atmosphere for you and your child. Offering haircuts for children as young as 6 months old. Babies and toddlers getting their first haircut will receive a “First Haircut” keepsake card with a lock of their hair inside. Haircuts are $22 and include shampoo, conditioner, haircut and blowdry. Or $20 with no shampoo and blowdry.

Bellevue Square
340 Bellevue Square – 3rd Floor
Bellevue, WA 98004
425.747.DOOZ (3669)

The goal of Dooz is to take the ordinary haircut and turn it into an extraordinary experience for kids & parents alike. Dooz has top-notch stylists who know kids and how to cut hair. They offer an interactive, easygoing environment. Their services and products have a 100% guarantee. The Dooz Nail Salon was added in early 2011 for nail services. Haircuts start at $24 for kids, and includes shampoo, cut, style, braid and sparkles or color spray. Baby’s First Haircut is also $24, and includes a keepsake picture and card. If you would like a special experience with your child, there are Mommy and Me and Daddy and Dude services for parents and kids, starting at $48.

Kids Kuts
12811 8th Ave W Ste B105
Everett, WA 98204

Kids Kuts is a kid-friendly salon that is bright and colorful with child-sized styling chairs in the form of a police car, fire truck, a pony, or a motorcycle. The salon has a huge selection of family-friendly movies to keep your child entertained (or you can bring your child’s favorite movie from home). There are bins of toys to keep hands busy while the expert stylists give your child the best haircut. Haircuts are $22, and if it’s your baby’s first haircut, you will receive a keepsake certificate and lock of hair. With a sticker and a lollipop for a job well done, your child will leave looking and feeling great.

Beach Comber Kids Cuts
6417 Phinney Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98103

Beach Comber specializes in children’s haircuts, from babies all the way to teens. They are committed to only using non-toxic hair products and cleaning products. You’ll find a  large waiting are filled with toys where you can hang out after your child’s haircut for some play time! During their haircut by one of Seattle’s best stylists, your child will be entertained with kid-friendlly movies.  Haircuts start at $26, and other special offerings are treatments for babies’ cradle cap, treatment for that over-chlorinated swimming pool hair, and french braiding.


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