Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids Opens in North Kansas City / Liberty, Missouri!

Posted by Matthew S on Wed, Aug 23, 2017 @ 11:08 AM

NKCOpen.jpgAre you looking for an awesome experience that combines the magic of childhood with haircuts, parties, salon services and a fantastic kids boutique filled with toys, hair products, jewelry and more? If so, there’s a new salon in town that promises to help you transform the scary experience of getting your kids’ haircut into a fun one! The end result is a happy child with a great haircut, and a memorable experience everyone will be talking about for days to come! This growing hair salon for kids opens their newest location in Liberty/Northland at 8261 North Booth Ave and Hwy.152 in August. The answer to harried haircutting experiences, Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids offers great haircuts and ear piercing for children while they sit in little cars and watch their favorite programs on flat-screen TVs or play video games! There are also normal chairs for older kids and adults who would like to get a haircut. And don’t forget that Shear Madness offers kids parties for your special occasions, as well as a great kids boutique filled with a unique selection of toys, hair products, hair bows, jewelry & more!
“I'm thrilled to bring the Shear Madness experience to the Liberty/Northland area, and offer the same great service to our customers in North Kansas City that we do in Olathe and Lees Summit. Our store not only helps facilitate a magical and memorable experience for your child, but also helps turn the necessity of a haircut into extraordinary fun," said Janon Otto, CEO of Shear Madness Franchising and local franchise owner. "Moms, dads and also grandparents can feel good about visiting us. There is now a special place for Kid's haircuts!  No need to worry that your child may not behave as you would like!  We LOVE that any child with special needs we can accomodate them and make them feel special.  We also try so hard to fill the toy portion of our store with items that are unique and fun to play with!  Hoping that your children will enjoy them, and that you may find an easy quick place to pop in and pick up a gift.  Shear Madness also carries styling and hair care products not found elsewhere that are specially designed with the health and needs of kids in mind. We also pride ourselves in having the best selection of hair bows, etc. in the city!"
Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids locations are currently open in Kansas, Missouri, New York, Iowa, Texas, California and New Mexico - with expansion into other states planned for the near future! Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids in the Liberty/Northland area will be open seven days a week, Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 5 p.m. For more information on Shear Madness, or to schedule an appointment, please visit our website at

Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids - Where Every Child Matters!

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Hair Care Tips for Your Child's Hair!

Posted by Matthew S on Tue, Mar 14, 2017 @ 15:03 PM

Haircaretips.jpgSometimes it can be pretty easy to help teach kids the importance of a healthy lifestyle through brushing their teeth, washing their hands, and how to take a proper bath or shower. But when it comes to proper care of hair, sometimes this is one of those subjects that can be easy to overlook! Here at Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids, a hair salon where every child matters, we understand how important healthy hair can be towards helping kids feel great about themselves each day. That's why we thought it might be a good idea to share some of our hair care tips on developing a routine that works for you and your child, and reinforces healthy hair habits from an early age on!

Different Kids, Different Hair! First off, every child is different and has a different type of hair (dry, oily, curly or straight). Age, activity level  and even weather conditions are also important considerations when trying to determine how often a child might need to wash and care for their hair! For example, some recommend that toddler hair should be washed around three times a week, while oily hair should be shampooed once a day or every other day. Some also recommend that hair should be rinsed out with water and properly conditioned after swimming or excessive sweating.  Meanwhile, be sure to monitor how your child responds to shampoo and conditioner, as well as the frequency it's being washed, and adjust as necessary. If you notice the hair or scalp responding poorly to the shampoo, conditioner (such as the hair becoming dull, oily or dry), you may want to try a different shampoo or not wash their hair as often. 

Picking the Right Hair Care Products: Different kids and different hairstyles require different kids shampoo and conditioners too! How the shampoos and conditioners smell and react with their skin are all things you'll want to think about when making a healthy and helpful purchase in this area. For example, if a child's hair is dry, try to look for a good moisturizing shampoo. Also, if a child has a scalp condition (such as dandruff, psoriasis or dermatitis), checking with a dermatologist might be helpful. And don't forget, Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids carries a huge variety of shampoos and swimmer's shampoos (in a variety of fun and fruity scents) conditioners, pre-swim conditioners, lice prevention and defense and colored hair chalks and gels (for guys and gals) too! Read all about them on our Shear Madness Products page

Washing that Hair! When washing your child's hair, be sure to get the hair completely wet and use about a quarter-sized amount of shampoo (thicker hair types might require a little more shampoo, while thinner hair types migth require a little less). Gently massage the shampoo into the hair and scalp using just your fingertips. Be careful not to scratch, as this may irritate the scalp. When finished, make sure all the shampoo is washed out of the hair. Any left-over shampoo may irritate the hair or scalp. 

But What About Kids Conditioner? Conditioners also depend on the type of hair your child has, and come in several varieties. Leave-in conditioners are not washed out of the child's hair, and are simply left in to help with such issues as detangling. However, a leave-in conditioner may give fine, thin hair a lot of extra weight - which could give a less than ideal appearance to the hair. There's also instant conditioners, which coat the hair and help with such factors as shine and softness. Unlike a leave-in conditioner, instant conditioners are rinsed out of the hair. Meanwhile, deep conditioners will stay in the hair for certain amount of time before being rinsed out. Depending on the condition of the hair, you'll want to look at the frequency of using a deep conditioner. Sometimes it might be with every hair washing - or simply just once a month.

Oh No! It's a Hair Emergency! Sometimes kids end up with stuff stuck in their hair like glue or gum. But don't worry! A lot of times these can be solved without needing to cut out the problem area. For example, glue can sometimes be removed with getting the area wet, using a little conditioner and then combing it out. Sometimes baby oil left in the hair for 15 or 20 minutes will help remove the glue. As for gum, peanut butter or vegetable oil can help with this. Just let it set for a few minutes, and then rinse! However, if a child takes their hair into their own hands and cuts it - you may need to see a professional stylist (like at Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids) to help fix the problem. But hats, pins and hairbows can help conceal the problem area too, at least until the hair grows back.

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Interested in learning how YOU can join Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids and run your own successful small business that helps kids and their families? We are one of the fastest growing kids hair salons in the industry today! If you would like to learn more about small business marketing, great marketing strategies, resources for small businesses, how to grow a small business, or how to become a successful owner of your own kids hair salon franchise business, please click below or call 1-888-98 GONE MAD!

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