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Snips and Grins

With the newly remodeled Kid's Club store, shoppers can enjoy a new seating area in the Salon as you wait for Little One's hair appointment, and shop a larger display of the best choices in kids' hair-care products from companies like Circle of Friends, So Cozy, and Curly Q's. Don't worry, though —the awesome jungle mural is still intact, as is the fire truck and taxi cabs where kids can choose to sit while getting their trim. And Rachel, Kimberly and Leslie, the beloved stylists-cum-baby wranglers, will be there to celebrate the expansion. If you've never been to the Salon, now's the time to go. Baby's first haircut includes a photo and a keepsake lock of hair —trust that milestone to the experts.

Kids' cuts are $25.00. We saw a boy leaving with gelled spikes in his hair, and girls get braids and sparkles. Bang trims are $8.00 and make such a difference during those pesky grow-out phases kids go through. Girls will also love browsing the huge array of hair clips and headbands, and nail polish from Zoya in a full rainbow of colors. The Salon ad Kid's Club is your place for snips and grins.

The Salon at Kid's Club University Village
2630 NE Village Lane