Parents' Guide to

Toca Hair Salon 3

By Mieke VanderBorght, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Creative free-styling continues with more options, features.

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Kids have lots of room to express themselves, get creative, and try out many looks in this open-ended salon game. This updated version has even more options for customizing your "look" and more diversity in possibilities. For instance, all characters can now grow facial hair, including characters with a feminine appearance. And kids have a more diverse set of hair types and textures to work with, which makes it easier for all kids to find hair that's like their own. Other fun features include the stereo, which when tapped changes the music it's playing, and a wide variety of accessories that can be rotated and resized. The hair looks great as you move it around the screen, but sometimes it can be hard to get it to do exactly what you want it to do. A couple nice additions might be an undo button and a mirror to see how things look on back of the head. Overall, Toca Hair Salon 3 is another example of how this series lets kids be creative and experiment in ways that are close to impossible to do offscreen.

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