By JANIE KORGMAN, Associated Press DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — When it comes to haircuts, there’s no such thing as too many haircuts.
There’s no need to cut your hair short or even have a ponytail.
There is only one thing that comes with a haircut.
That’s your child.
And that is a kid that loves a good haircut.
It doesn’t matter if it’s short or long, boys or girls.
A haircut should be fun and stylish, with the perfect amount of shine and hair color.
If you’re like most parents, you’re not looking for a haircut to make your kid happy, but you’re looking for it to make him or her feel good.
In the U.S. about 10 percent of the population has at least one child under the age of 18.
They’re also more likely to have a hair disorder than those with more mature hair, the National Hair Loss Association says.
The most common hair loss is around the ears and neck, but there are other causes.
If your child has hair loss, it’s a great time to discuss your concerns, especially if you’re considering cutting your child’s hair.
Here are some tips to help you find the best hair care for your child: • Find out about the condition of your childs hair.
• Look for a hair color that will help your child look like a man.
• Avoid having a long hair cut that will be a hassle or too short.
• Find a hair care product that has good coverage, like a conditioner or shampoo.
• Talk to your pediatrician before deciding whether to have your child get a haircut, because there are some medical conditions and surgeries that can affect hair growth and development.
The National Hair Association says a haircut can also help a child feel more confident.
“It can really make him feel more comfortable in his own skin, and it can also make him think he looks good in his new haircut,” said Dr. Jennifer R. Miller, a pediatric dermatologist at the University of Iowa Health Sciences Center.
“He may be more confident in himself and in his self image.”
Miller recommends getting a haircut for your baby at the same time you have a baby shower.
She says a hair salon may not be the best option for a child who may have a rare condition like retinopathy, where the hair follicles have turned white.