Local Kid-Friendly Hair Salons

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Boy loves getting his hair cut.

Fort Worth and surrounding areas have many salons for children’s haircuts. Whether you are looking for a fun experience for your kids or you need someone who knows how to calm down a nervous (or wiggly) toddler, we have options for you.

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Here are the best kid-friendly hair salons in the area. 

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Hair Salons for Kids in DFW

Cookie Cutters :: Fort Worth :: This salon has thought of everything to keep kids entertained, including video games and an indoor playground. All stylists are trained to make kids feel comfortable during their haircut, which starts at $23.95. Adult cuts are also available. By appointment only

Cool Cuts 4 Kids :: Fort Worth :: This is another great spot for kids as they provide toys, movies, and video games. It has an extensive choice of hair care products, including those that prevent and treat dreaded lice. Walk-ins welcome

Denim and Diamonds Hair Studio for Kids :: Euless :: This salon offers a high-end experience for kids that includes movies and manicures. Its motto is “Where fancy meets fun for your little one.” This is for those who are looking for a more luxurious experience, even the parents. Adult cuts available. Walk-ins welcome.

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Flourish Curls :: Arlington :: For kiddos ages 10 and older, Flourish Curls is THE go-to salon for curly, textured hair. Expert stylists offer a variety of services as well as education on regimens and maintenance. By appointment only.

Great Clips :: Multiple Locations :: This salon is the most inexpensive option at $15 a haircut. There aren’t any extras such as toys and movies, but the stylists are kind and quick. Walk-ins welcome

Stylist is cutting hair.

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Panther City Salon :: Fort Worth :: This gorgeous salon in Near Southside on Magnolia Avenue is great for older kids. It is bright and funky — your kids will feel so cool. They also have Deva Curl certified stylists for those who need specialized help with curly hair. By appointment only.

Pigtails and Crewcuts :: Fort Worth :: Here is another salon with fun styling chairs and games. They also have a train table and a treasure chest where kids can choose a gift after their haircut. Ear piercing and adult cuts are also offered. By appointment only.

Sharkey’s Cuts for Kids :: Fort Worth :: Sharkey’s has something for kids of all ages — movies, video games, and a “private tween lounge.” Every service includes a “minicure” and lollipop or balloon. It also specializes in curly cuts and offers a baby’s first haircut package. Every service also donates to local community causes. By appointment only.

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Snip-Its :: Multiple locations :: This is a great option if you are ever in Dallas or Plano. Every service starts with a fun sing-along video that prepares your child for their haircut. Other services include ear piercing, mani-pedis, mommy and me packages, and facials. Snip-Its has specially trained stylists for children with autism and even does pre-visits to make sure clients are comfortable with the environment. By appointment only.

Whistle and Sway Salon :: Fort Worth :: This beautiful salon in the Cultural District has reasonably priced cuts for children. Starting at $28, hair is expertly cut and styled. They are sure to feel pampered by this well-trained team. 

What are other local salons that both you and your kids love? Share in the comments.


Originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Sarah met her husband in college where they were both pursuing music degrees. After several fast-paced years in New York City, they settled in the Fort Worth area in 2013. Their greatest adventure began in early 2019 with the birth of their daughter Eleanor. Sarah currently works in the real estate industry. She enjoys practicing yoga, watching "bad" tv, perusing restaurant menus online, and pretending she can cook and host like the Barefoot Contessa.


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