I've seen young girls in the salon before, usually off to the side watching their mom get their hair styled and playing with toys. I've never seen one in the salon chair though. I've never seen one waiting to get her eyebrows plucked (or waxed), or talking about what highlights and lowlights she wants. I've never seen a young a girl waiting anxiously for her first bikini wax, yet this is happening all over the place.
On the news they had a whole story about young girls going to the salon... are they too young?
One could argue that a bikini wax is for hygienic purposes, that's a legitimate reason, but for an 11 year old? Aren't 11 year olds supposed to be playing with dolls? It's stuff like this that worries me, as I sit here 21 weeks pregnant with a girl. I was a girl, and back in my day, at 11, I was playing Barbies. I had no interest in boys or makeup, I just wanted to play and annoy my siblings.Is there an age that you'd start to introduce your daughter to salon services? What sort of services do you think are appropriate and at what age?