Looking for a Cool Cuts Coupon? Stay tuned to the end of this review! (pssst, there’s also a giveaway!)
We have always gotten our children’s haircuts at Cool Cuts. It’s a great place for kids! Your kids can watch a movie or play a video game while they get their hair cut!
While they wait, they can play in the play area (ours has a nifty train table) or play video games. You can make an appointment, but they accept walk-ins as well.
The thing I love about Cool Cuts is that they are a salon dedicated to kids.
So when my son went through his “screaming-bloody-murder-while-I-get-my-haircut” phase for a few years, I felt comfortable taking him to Cool Cuts. I didn’t have to worry about him interupting adults who went in just to leisurely get their hair done.
No, I was among other parents who totally understood.
We did take our son to another hair salon once when we were out of town. For his next hair cut though, he requested we go right back to Cool Cuts! (something about playing Mario Kart for the Wii while he’s getting his hair cut seems to appeal to him more than watching boring old baseball 😉 ).
We love Cool Cuts and I expect we’ll be going there for several more years!
When Cool Cuts reached out and offered me a gift card to go see them, they didn’t have to ask me twice! My son had graduation coming up and he desperately needed a haircut.
Look how cute he is!
They also gave me this awesome link to a $5 off coupon to share with all of you! Cool Cuts Coupon
To find a salon near you, check out the store locator!
Do you want to win a $25 Gift Certificate to Cool Cuts? Simply comment on this review and let me know why you want to win!
The giveaway ends on 5/29/12 and I’ll contact the winner via email shortly after. You’ll have 48 hours to send me your mailing address so we can send you your prize!
Disclaimer: I was given a gift certificate to review Cool Cuts services to facilitate my review. Since we’ve been long time Cool Cuts patrons, it should come as no surprise that my opinions are not biased due to receiving compensation (otherwise, why would we keep going back!).