Happy Kidz, Big Hugz



Kidz Kutz WA is a boutique children's hairdresser, primarily serving children from newborns to teens. We specialise in children's cuts and styling. 


No appointments are necessary for cuts. However, please call (08) 9402 8502

or email us to make an appointment for or enquire about our styling service.


Below are a handful of styling or hairup examples we provide for any occassions.

Talk to us now and we can assist you with your styling requirements. 


The 'Double Decker'
Email to Book A Styling Appointment or Enquire:
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The 'Floss Bun'
Waiting Policy

For cuts, you can simply drop in. We have a first-come-first-serve policy. 


A numbered ticket is given to those waiting in the queue. The wait is on average about 15-20 minutes. 


Our operators aim to deliver the best customer service they can, including for your child/children. 


We thank-you for your patience in advance. 


The 'Waterfall'
'No Apologies' Policy 

For parents with children who are scared of haircuts or children having their first haircuts, please do not feel apologetic or embarrassed if your child displays behaviours that help express his/her fears.


Our operators will do their best to guide and help you through this haircut process. If the first time does not work, come back and we will keep trying until we succeed. 


The 'Princess'
Health and Safety Policy

For general health and wellbeing reasons, there is a no a service poilicy for:

  • Unclean hair

  • Head Lice

  • Rashes or Sores

  • Cuts or injuries around the hairline or head area(s)


Kidz Kutz Whitfords City has been awarded health approval by the City of Joondalup.


It is the responsibility of parents or carers to ensure the safety of your child/children in the specialty chairs. 


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San Francisco

The 'Kriss Kross'
Respect for Others Policy

Siblings are more than welcome to join in the fun. However, please be mindful that speciality seats are reserved for children who are having their haircuts.


We completely understand that children sometimes may display behaviour that is not desirable. It is parents' or carers' responsibility to manage such behaviour especially if it affects others within the vicinity.