Indeed, for many babies their first haircut is steeped in tradition. Let us take you through a few of the ways this event rolls out across the world and/or according to faith.
1. Orthodox Jewish faith
Little boys of the Orthodox or Hasidic Jewish faiths have their first haircut when they are three. It’s part of a special ceremony known as the upsherin or halaqah. After this first haircut the child begins to wear the traditional Jewish skullcap.