Parents / Carers have many questions and concerns about their children’s hair. Here are some common inquiries, but if your inquiry is not here, give us a call or drop us a line and we will endeavour to answer it.
Questions & Answers
How much will it cost for my child’s hair to be braided?
The cost of the service will be dependant upon the length and type of braided style that you are requesting. The minimum cost for any braided style is £30.00. The costs would be discussed at the discounted consultation meeting, which is arranged with each new client.
What age can you have your hair braided from?
Your child’s hair can be braided by cherub braids from 2 years onwards providing that they can / will sit whilst the braiding service is being undertaken.
Can any hair type be braided?
Most hair types can be braided, however the texture of the hair will dictate how long the hair will remain neat.
What should I do before my child’s hair is braided?
It is advisable that you wash your child’s hair at least the day before they are to have their hair braided. The scalp should also be moisturised.
How long will the braided style stay in for?
This depends upon the texture of the hair, however this would be discussed at the discounted consultation meeting, which is arranged with each new client.
Will it hurt my child, having their hair braided?
If you child has never had their hair braided before then they may feel a little discomfort, as they are not used to the process. We encourage the children to look at pictures of what their hair will look like, once it is braided and that normally gets them through the process.
Do I need to do anything to maintain my child’s braided hairstyle?
We advise our clients to cover their child’s hair at night with a scarf and also moisturise it, if necessary. Appropriate products are available from cherub braids.
How long will it take to braid my child’s hair?
This is dependant upon texture, length and the type of braided style that you are requesting. This would be discussed at the discounted consultation meeting, which is arranged with each new client.
Will braiding help my child’s hair grow?
In some cases yes, as it gives the hair a break from repetitive combing, but this depends once again upon the texture of the hair.
How quickly could I get an appointment for my child?
We endeavour to arrange appointments as quickly as possible.