I would recommend this kids salon for toddlers, children and teenagers, but not for babies. Most babies don't have as much hair as our 6 month old did when we visited the salon, so this review would not be relevant to those people.
The salon is very cute with airplanes, trains and cars to sit in. There is also a teenage side of the salon (The Edge) with a much darker look to it. Our baby wasn't old enough to sit up in one of the cute seats, so he sat on my lap in a chair on the teenage side of the salon. There was loud music playing on this side.
The Haircut: Instead of just spraying water to wet his hair, the stylist sprayed tonic spray, which smelled mediciny and made my baby begin to cry. Next, she combed and combed through his hair without being careful of his cradle cap, so he kept on crying. Next, she texturized his hair. Why does a baby need texturizing? As a result, his hair wasn't as baby soft anymore. Finally, they give you a lock of hair for the first haircut which is a nice idea, except it just looks like a bunch of little scraps picked up off the floor rather than a nice lock of hair to keep in the baby book.