Once you and your child have gotten by the adventure of that first haircut, it is important to expose
them to the haircutting process as often as they need the service. The key here is consistency.Indeed there have been many
times when I've done a child's first haircut, and several there after only to experience a time down the road where they didn't
do as well as previous times.
The reality of the matter is that children have different
moods, and there are different times of the day when they are good with their haircuts, and in fact not so good. However,
those that do best are the ones who have the experience on a consistent basis. Thus, the haircutting experience is not unlike
many other new experiences that children will be involved in. That is why keeping this particular activity consistently in
their existence works wonders in fostering good behavior during this process.