Check Out Our Newest Gallery: Celebrity Baby Hairstyles!

10/20/2008 at 12:00 PM ET
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Kingston‘s curls, Suri‘s bob — it’s no secret that we love the hairstyles of Hollywood’s tots! To get the scoop on these kid’s cuts, we turned to some leading children’s hair experts from around the country to learn about upkeep, styling and more. Click here to check out their advice — and some adorable pictures — in our latest gallery, Celebrity Baby Hairstyles: How To Get The Looks!

What hairstyles are your children sporting for fall?


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Dana on

My 7-year old has the French Bob. She was always chewing on her hair, so we told her she could get her first real hairstyle to keep it short and out of the mouth. My mom took her (because I couldn’t stand to see her long beautiful hair chopped off), and she came back with a short bob that is stacked in the back. She looks so grown up.

My 4-year old has natural curls. It is finally starting to grow out and looks adorable. She has side-swept bangs and it falls to just below her shoulders. I have to “brush” it with my fingers or it turns into an afro. I would say that she also has Mommy and Me hair. Mine is mid-length and curly.

Brandi on

My sons (2 1/2 and 5) have shaggy chic. it looks really nice especially since my oldest still has some blond highlights from the summer.

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Cute one! This site have cute baby hair styles.I love that.And your tips also cool.I will try to use your guidance for my baby.thank you!

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The great thing about the bob is that it’s a look that can be customized to suit your bone structure and your own style .You can go with choppy and asymmetrical or straight and sleek. These shorter hairstyle also supply a range of hair colors, from rocker-chic highlight to classic colors.

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