At what age should a baby’s hair be cut?

Can I cut my 3 month old baby’s hair?

There’s no definite time when it’s okay to cut your baby’s hair – just use your judgment. … But unless you’re following custom or tradition, it’s probably best to wait at least until your baby can support his head when you hold him on your lap, which is around 3 months.

Can I cut my 2 month old baby hair?

You can certainly attempt to cut your baby’s hair at 3 months, but again, we recommend waiting until your baby can sit up and has shed the initial round of baby hair before attempting a fresh cut.

Why do we shave baby’s first hair?

The general idea is that shaving the baby’s head-removing the hair grown in the womb-cleanses the body at the beginning of life. Traditionally, the hair is weighed and its value in silver is given to charity.

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