6 Places To Go For A Kid’s Haircut in Dallas

There comes a time for every mom when you glance down at your little one’s head and realize… I think it’s time for a haircut! This is a common question we see in our Neighborhood Groups, so we polled our local Dallas Moms can put together this quick and easy “go to” list for when the time comes for your kid’s haircut.

Top 6 Places To Go For a Kid’s Haircut in Dallas

kid's haircut1.  Sweet & Sassy

The word on the street is that Sweet & Sassy Salon and Spa 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 & Sassy’s caters to little girls and have special features like glitter tattoos and sparkly glitter hairspray for after the haircut. 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
1081 E Southlake Blvd Ste 150, 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, Dallas

3.  Snip-Its Haircuts for Kids

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, Dallas
4720 TX-121, Plano

2950 Craig Drive, Suite 302, McKinney
100 W Southlake Blvd, Southlake

4.  Cookie Cutters Haircuts for Kids

You’ll find this chain popping up all over DFW, but parents are loving it! While they do accept walk-in’s, it’s recommended that you book an appointment online OR via their app before going in. The staff is incredibly friendly and offers fun surprises for kids throughout their services; from a little play space while you wait to kid-friendly chairs (like a haircut in an airplane or sports car) and a balloon and sucker at the end! Have a special occasion?  They offer braiding and styling for those special events like a Daddy/Daughter dance or a special “baby’s first haircut” package.

1360 W Campbell Rd, Suite 103, Richardson
1710 FM 423, Suite 400, Frisco
6465 E. Mockingbird Lane, Dallas – Coming Soon!

5.  Pigtails & Crewcuts Haircuts for Kids

This is a brand new salon in DFW, and there are already plans for several locations following the success of the Plano location. They have a great little play area and a wide-variety of movies to watch while sitting in a vehicle styling chair. In addition, they also host birthday parties for kids where they pamper guests, play dress up, and teach arts & crafts. And can even do ear piercings for the special birthday girl! Visit their website to learn more.

4801 W. Park Blvd., Suite 417, Plano

6. Cuts to Us by Miss Maggie

During times like this, you may find that you don’t want to venture out for a haircut. One of our favorite local kid stylists, Miss Maggie, brings her professional styling services to the comfort of your home. She offers cuts for all ages and travels to Lake Highlands, Plano, Richardson, North Dallas, Uptown, Park Cities, and Sunnyvale. All you need to provide is a chair. She will leave your house as clean as it was when she arrived. Simply book your appointment online!

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’s sake.

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Krystal is a Dallas-native who began her career as a fourth grade teacher in Richardson RISD, but quickly changed paths to became a stay-at-home mom in 2011. Through a happy coincidence, she stumbled upon (what was then known as) Dallas Moms Blog in 2012 and found a community she’d been looking for since coming a mom. Shortly after joining the team, she gratefully accepted the “baton” passed to her as new owner of the site, and took off with it running full speed! Krystal not only helped to grow Dallas Moms into a large parenting resource, but also launched Collin County Moms in 2016; providing those in the north Dallas suburbs their community resource platform. While building a community, uniting the moms, and growing a business around this passion was a dream come true, after almost 10 years, Krystal officially stepped down as owner, and is now focusing on raising her 4 boys with her husband, Tim, and rediscovering old hobbies.


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