Best haircuts for little screamers - 2000
Tortoise and the Hare
First haircuts are often traumatic, with heads turning this way and that, tears flying and scissors snipping frantically in uneven, ragged lines. The folks at Tortoise and the Hare know this well, and they've figured out how to avoid exacerbating the situation. Aside from experience and patience, it helps to have a TV and a little cart to sit in (here, there's a little Jeep, a boat and a horse) and warm-up toys -- a little kitchen set, rocking zebra or a car with a horn -- to play with while waiting. Plus, it only costs $10, and they'll cut any kid's hair, from babies on up, in a guaranteed straight line.