Kids’ Haircuts Get Playful at Snip-Its

By Carolyn Richardson

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Owners Yan Hu and Michael Brewer at the opening of Snip-Its Monrovia. PHOTO COURTESY SNIP-ITS

There’s a new children’s hair salon and spa in the San Gabriel Valley. Snip-Its Monrovia gives kids a fun experience while they get haircuts.

Snip-It Monrovia Owners Yan Hu and Michael Brewer opened in late August. The salon specializes in services for infants, toddlers and pre-teens. The store is designed with kids in mind, with floor-to-ceiling murals, branded characters, games, tablets and books for children to explore. A magic box dispenses a prize at the end of the service to top it all off.

Snip-Its turns the mundane and often unpleasant experience of getting your child’s hair cut into a fun-filled animated adventure. They even have a partnership with Autism Speaks that trains and equips stylists to work with children who have special needs related to autism.

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In addition to grooming services, Snip-Its provides pampering spa services and birthday party packages for kids. The chic and fun spa/party room can host up to 10 children. For larger groups, after-hours parties are available upon request.

Snip-Its Monrovia is located at 182 W. Foothill Blvd and can be reached at 626-239-7442. Hours of operation are 10am to 6pm Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm Saturdays and 10am to 4pm on Sundays. Additional Snip-Its salons are located in Encino and El Segundo. This is the first in the SGV. Discounts and coupons can be found on their Facebook page as well as their website at

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