First Hair Cuts ilookmystyle

Fun For Kids! Easy for u!

Our First Hair Cut



It’s Not Just A Haircut! It’s An Adventure!

At ilookmystyle Fun Kids Cuts for Kids, we make your baby’s first haircut an experience they’ll love and you’ll cherish.

Aspa the director of Fun kids Cuts is a child whisperer! She is gifted to specially work with the littlest customers and know all the tricks to get the job done right. Each first haircut comes with a First hair Cut certificate with a keepsake lock of hair attached. Aspa was the first to introduce Kids hair cuts in Adelaide and make sure to make every hair cut done without fail.

We know that your child may be apprehensive about having their hair cut, so we make it fun:

“Your little ones can sit in a Race Car, Thomas the Tank, an Aeroplane or a Pink Car and watch a DVD of their choice.”


We supply lollipops, helium balloons we will even blow bubbles

  • Car-Styling Chairs
  • We play movies
  • A Balloon to take home
  • Lollipops suitable for age group
  • A free toy from our special goody basket

Who says haircuts can’t be fun!


For the past 26 years, I have operated my own salons. Over that time I had thousands of parents have brought their children in for the first haircut. I guess you could call me the Child Whisperer! In a childs life it is such a momentous event fraught with all kinds of emotions both good and bad.

To help with this experience here is a list of my tried and true tips to help prepare your child for the big day. After their hair cuts they can go and play at our Indoor Magical Garden!

A Full Range of Hairdressing Salon Services at ilookmystyle

ilook Fun Kids Cuts

For your  child’ haircut of all ages! 

Zoom into the fast lane with Lightening McQueen while you get your haircut and watch your favourite movie!

Sit and relax in Pink Barbie car and get your hair cut while you watch a movie!

Take a seat in Thomas the Tank-Engine while you get your haircut and watch your favourite movie!

Jump on to our Police Bike and get your hair cut by our great hairdressers!

Take charge and ride with BAT Man Car and get your hair cut by our great hairdressers!

A Unique one of a kind iLook Fun Kids Cuts UnderWater World themed Hairdressing salon in Adelaide. Come and see our dolphin, shark, marine fish, sword fish, star fish, seahorse and the little mermaid character the Flounder.


1st Hair Cut

includes certificate, a bag with a lock of your child’s hair


Toddler Trim

Toddler style Cut



boys Style Cut $30.00
Girls Cuts Long Hair from $35.00 to $40.00
Girls Trim $30.00

Tips for making your child’s first haircut fun and easy.


When to cut:
I have seen babies as young as two months come in for their first haircut, while others don’t visit a salon until two years old. Keep in mind every child is different and there is no age at which they need that first haircut. Here are some indicators to help you decide when it is your baby’s first haircut. When hair starts to get in your baby’s eyes or it’s bothering the child in some way. When fly aways on the sides look like wings. When people start saying that your son “is such a cute little girl”.

Preparing for the first haircut.
The first haircut is a new experience for your child so you should prepare yourself for tears or fears that may arise. During the first hair cut, even the most confident child can get the first hair cut when the time comes.

Here is my advice on having a fuss-free and positive salon experience. Bring your child with you to visit our salon a few days before the actual haircut. Bring an extra shirt in case they don’t want to wear a protective cape. Sometimes it helps to remind little boys that superheroes wear capes! And your little girl can be a princess or mermaid for a day by wearing our cutting cape.

Pick a time that is good for your child, not nap time, or that cranky hour in between. Do not use the word “cut” which may be scary for some kids. Use words such as ‘style’. Use nicknames like ‘Wind Machine’ for a Blow Dryer, Tickle Tickle for the soft cleaning brush to remove hair from the face. The Busy Bee for the little Clippers to clean the hairline. So now they are now less afraid of any noise and relaxed.

Remember to save the first Totts lock of hair for your Baby Book.
Your Childs hair will probably change in colour or texture as he or she gets older. If you are not going to a kids Salon ask which stylist is the best for working with children. Many stylists do not like to work with children and book an appointment with that person to avoid trauma hair cut experiences. Have your child bring their favourite book or toy or even a lollipop as boredom is sure to bring out the worst both of you.



Thanks Aspa… haircut was very un-traumatic, coffee is fabulous – will recommend to everyone, great value too. (Facebook Comment)

Bernni Jackson  



Thank you Aspa for not only giving my son Declan a very cute new haircut but for also cheering me up. We will be back xoxo (Facebook Comment)

Renee Kilner



My Daughter had her first hair cut today and she loved it. The hairdresser was so so lovely and really made a fuss of Em. I have been telling everyone about this place! Love it x

Rosie Stewart



I highly commend ilookmystyle for opening this exciting establishment in Adelaide, in particular, to western suburbs. it would otherwise be the kind of place you visit interstate or overseas and wish we ‘had one at home’. my daughters happily had their hair cut minus the usual tantrums, kept amused by personal tvs with wiggles and their own ride in amusements (chairs). Im happy to pay the $35. I paid $30 at west lakes for stress to all involved, and unsurprisingly an awkward hair cut. I found the staff at ilookmystyle genuinely interested in my suggestions and feedback good and bad and where there was a minor problem, went over and above to rectify it. I truly want to see this small business thrive and will be back again for sure! thank you (Facebook Comment)

Ottie Fox



For the first time in 2 years my son was able to manage having clippers on his hair!! The Hairdresser was fantastic and the salon really welcoming for the kids.

Elouise Cope