10 Unique Gender Neutral Baby Names
What if you had a unisex hair salon? Would that be fun? I don’t know about you, but my idea of fun is getting up at 2am and braving the drive to my unisex hair salon. Maybe I’m vain, but the thought of braving the drive and trekking across town in bad weather makes me think about gender issues. It doesn’t have to be a big deal if your hair salon is unisex because now you can have a unisex hair salon name! There are 10 unique unisex hair salon names for a variety of people – but mainly unisex hair stylists.
Do unisex hair salons cater to both boys and girls? That is, if they’re in business to do so. If they don’t, they should. They may not have started that particular segment of their business with the thought in mind, but now they can claim both boys and girls as clients.
If they don’t, then there’s no reason why they can’t begin to. But they aren’t required to. Instead, they can choose the direction they want to go. Choose to be involved in unisex hair styling or unisex hair salon naming. Whatever suits them best.
Do unisex hair salons still use a given name for male clients?
No way! But they may use a given name for female clients. Some unisex hair salons are beginning to do just that.
Why? Because babies are people too. And people change. Sometimes, babies grow up and leave the unisex hair salon. The unisex hair salon won’t suddenly be left behind.
Even when you leave town and move to another part of the country, that doesn’t mean the unisex name for your baby will change. There are towns and cities all over the world with many different cultures and ethnicities. In many of these places, the baby name tradition might be as old as the people who live there. Or perhaps older. Your unique gender-neutral baby name is likely to be as common as the name you gave your baby.
But you don’t have to give up your unisex hair salon name just because you moved
You may find that in a new town, your child’s uniqueness is being noticed. Maybe there is a cute name waiting there for you to discover. Who knows?
If your child has been nicknamed, or referred to as something other than their names, try looking them up online and see if that’s the name they got from the unisex hair salon. It might be! Don’t give up hope. You never know.
Many unisex hair salons have websites these days. Go online and take a look. Chances are good that they still have the original name. If not, they’ve most likely changed it since you were born.
A unisex hair salon name comes with a lot of pros, especially if you were named after a celebrity. Think about it. Would you rather have your first name be Victoria or George? Or Jessica or Cindy? They would probably be a lot less common as your given name, but they could make quite a trendy fashion statement at the unisex hair salon.
You can also use your unique gender neutral baby name as inspiration for naming your child. How about something totally unisex like Lily or Ruby? Or something a bit more unusual like Lilly Rose or Rover? You get the point.
There’s a unisex cutesy baby name too that would be really cute for a few lucky kids!
It goes back to the unisex theme we started at the beginning of this article. Cute is a relative term. Think of it as being ‘in style’ rather than ‘cute’.
So what do you think? Would you rather have a unisex baby name for your little one? If so, start thinking about your baby’s name now. You could very well be onto something big.