Bikini Waxes, Highlights & 'Tramp Stamps': That's What Little Girls Are Made OfJennifer4/03/08 3:40pmFiled to: the dangerous look for girlsTopchemically treated hairhair dyeHighlightstweenage wasteland2932EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkFirst we hear about little girls getting pedicures, then bikini waxes, and now, at the tender age of 6, it's chemically treated hair. The New York Times reports that today's moms are paying for their daughters to get highlights. (Full disclosure: I was a hair model in high school, and for a good four years my hair got dyed every color of the rainbow. But I made money doing it and I was 15. The girls in the Times are much, much younger.) Says Tammy Curris of Toadly Kool Me salon in Fayetteville, NC, "We've had girls as young as 6 in for highlights, but 9 and 10 is more the norm." Echoes Mark Goodman of Hair Designers of Hilton Head, SC, "Five years ago, the rule of thumb was 15- to 16-year-olds would come in for their first color. Now, that girl is 10."