Often parents tire from finding methods to engage with their children; it could be due to losing touch of today’s youth and what interest that may have. This is normally underlined as generational gap; we believe the celebration of hair and beauty creates bonds that surpasses said generational separation.
BBNA encourage parents aged 16 to 30 to come and be taught how to cut their own child’s hair. Get them familiar with the saloon environment to avoid those maniacal moments when their child is seated in a barber/salon chair.
Our programmes illuminates how basic hair styles and maintenance techniques can make day to day life easier. For example, knowing what type of products are useful for sensitive scalps, having allergy awareness and creativity in hair.
By learning and interacting with other single parents, BBNA provides the perfect arena for single parents to share ideas, methods and processes.