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1815 N 45th Street Suite 205 Seattle, WA. 98103


Mon - Friday
10am - 8pm

10am - 6pm

11am - 5pm

Due to limited space in the salon, we've found that if you leave your child with us they enjoy getting their haicut more and we are able to give them a better cut with less distraction from outside influences.


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Due to limited space in the salon, we've found that if you leave your child alone with us they enjoy getting their haircut more and we are able to give them a better cut with less distraction from outside influences.

We've 'specially created a place where children can have fun, be at ease, and even play while getting a new hairstyle. Please feel free to shop in the mall, or if you prefer, sit on the window seat outside the salon area. If there is a problem or if your child is uncomfortable we will, or course, come get you or ask you to stay. Otherwise, please leave your child with us and we promise you great results and lots of smiles!


Late Policy

Please understand that if you are more than 10 minutes late that we may need to reschedule your appointment in consideration of others.

Return Policy

If you are dissatisfied with a product you purchased, please bring it back within 2 weeks accompanied with the receipt.  We do not offer cash refunds but we will gladly provide an exchange or store credit.

For Kids with Special Needs

Understanding that children with special needs require that extra love and concern, our senior staff is trained to work with your special needs child. We welcome your child into the salon with open arms and a smile, and ask that you please make sure to request one of our senior stylists as they know how to provide that extra care with your child.

How to Prepare for the First Hair Cut

You can tell that it's time for the baby's first cut if the hair is fuzzy or getting in their eyes. In general, there is no "right" time or age for children to get their first haircut. Just check if the hair is in their eyes or bothering them on the back of the neck. Visit the salon with your baby the day before the haircut appointment so the child knows what to expect. Or bring the baby in for a parent's haircut so the child knows it's a friendly place. On haircut day, come prepared. Bring snacks or something to keep them occupied, as well as a change of clothes in case hair gets on the clothing.

Lice Symptoms

Intense itching of the scalp. Small, red bumps on the scalp, neck, and shoulders (bumps may become crusty and ooze). Tiny white specks (eggs, or nits) on the bottom of each hair that is hard to get off. Lice on scalp and clothing may be difficult to see, unless the infestation is heavy. If you see something moving, it's called a louse.

Lotions and shampoos containing 1% permethrin (Nix) often work well. They can be bought at the store without a prescription. If these do not work, a doctor can give you a prescription for stronger medicine. Such medicine should be used exactly as directed. To use the medicine shampoo, first rinse and dry the hair. Then apply the medicine to the hair and scalp. After 10 minutes, rinse it off. Check for lice and nits again in 1 week and repeat the treatment if necessary.

An important part of treatment is removing the eggs (nits). Certain products make the nits easier to remove. Some dishwashing detergents can help dissolve the "glue" that makes the nits stick to the hair shaft. You can remove the eggs with a nit comb. Before doing this, rub olive oil in the hair or run the metal comb through beeswax. This helps make the nits easier to remove.

Removing eggs may prevent the lice from returning if the medication fails to kill every one of them.Treat children and adults with lice promptly and thoroughly. Wash all clothes and bed linens in hot water with detergent. This also helps prevent head lice from spreading to others during the short period when head lice can survive off the human body. Repeat combing for nits in 7-10 days.

Locks Of Love

Locks of Love is a public non-profit organization that provides hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children in the United States and Canada under age 21 suffering from long-term medical hair loss from any diagnosis. They meet a unique need for children by using donated hair to create the highest quality hair prosthetics. Most of the children helped by Locks of Love have lost their hair due to a medical condition called alopecia areata, which has no known cause or cure. The prostheses we provide help to restore their self-esteem and their confidence, enabling them to face the world and their peers. We at Li'l Klippers are more than happy to support Locks of Love and are more than happy to help you donate your hair.