This high fade is great for the warmer months because it will keep your mini looking and feeling fresh.
This appearance is finished with a scissor cut. Observe the texture nuances that work with this much hair up front.
The ivy league is a tidy and smart solution. This style is a no-brainer if your youngster has a hair-code.
The angular fringe accentuates your child's features. It's easy to pull off with a scissor or buzz cut.
This kid's fohawk is too cute. This mini is too young to appreciate them, yet they've won my heart.
This hairstyle for boys is easy to take care of and works well for boys with thick hair that doesn't handle cowlicks well.
This cut is for boys who don't desire long or short hair. It works well for kids with heavy waves.
This is a two-inch cut. The back of the neck and around the ears may need scissors, but the hair should be one length.
Recent years have seen a resurgence of spiked hair. Try it out and let them feel the spiky palms.
With toddler boy haircuts for thick hair that naturally falls forward, put the party up front.