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My baby was scared of a haircut! What did I do?

Sumitra Gopal
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My baby was scared of a haircut What did I do

I remember Jerry on his first day in the saloon. How can I forget that day! The whining began the moment we stepped in and as I put him on the barber’s chair – all hell broke loose! We tried everything to calm him – his favourite video on YouTube, his toy and the kind saloon staff even broke into a jig just to pacify him, but nothing helped! Unable to bear the incessant cries, I requested the barber to stop, paid the money and just left in a rush. End result: I had a boy with hair so long that I had to use hair clips to keep it off his eyes and face. On one of our evening walks, a nice lady said what a cute girl he was… So that night, I steeled myself and tried cutting his hair myself, almost strand by strand. I must have spent a couple of hours that night trying to cut his hair. This was definitely not a sustainable plan. 
 

Next morning, I told myself “enough”– and had a vent out session with a friend who listened to me patiently as I narrated my tale of woe, at the end of it – she retired to her room and returned with the device and introduced it to me as the Havells baby hair clipper; she was amazed that I had gone through so much trouble when there was a ready child-friendly solution at hand! 


 

My friend told me that these hair clippers are safe to use – It has ceramic blades, so no scratches and no cuts. I had a closer look at this heaven-sent device and voila – it is small, lightweight, and just like a brush, so the child is likely to accept it faster (and more easily than the scary looking scissors!). And what’s more, it is low noise so Jerry won’t be scared – and it has a detachable head for easy cleaning so I’m assured of hygiene too. It is designed for self-use and can be used by the mom on her baby – and with the mom cutting the hair, the child is definitely more at ease.
 

And I must make a special mention of this accessory that comes along this hair clipper –it’s a stencil. Now the different styles of stencils help you make different creative hairstyles for your baby! How cool is that! Well I am now a proud owner of Havells baby clipper; the result: a happy, well-groomed Jerry and a happy, relaxed me too!  

 

Disclaimer: This blog is a special initiative by Havells Baby Hair Clippers to provide a hassle-free experience to moms while cutting their baby’s hair.

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Pooja Maurya

| Aug 11, 2017

thanks a lot I will definitely use this

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Preetisudha Nayak

| Aug 05, 2017

ur xgu f

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Seema Sushantkumar Miraje

| Aug 05, 2017

my child not eating and he is very angry on everything if he didn't get what he want what to for that

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Mrinal Sinha

| Aug 04, 2017

Thanks a lot Sumitra Gopal it's really useful.

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Mahesh Goilkar

| Aug 04, 2017

Thanks a lot, I had to sit on barber's chair with my baby on my shoulder.

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puloma pandey

| Aug 04, 2017

Same happened with me , while rushing back to home I hired a barber at home , finnelly she had her hair cut but it was painful to hear her crying and people holding her tight so she could not move. Thanks for sharing your experience.

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Sushma Rao

| Aug 03, 2017

Thanks for sharing.... very useful information...

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