Traditionally, Mongolian parents let their child's hair grow until they are between 3 and 6 years old. When the child has reached an appropriate age (usually 3 or 5 for boys and 4 or 6 for girls), they mark the first haircut with a ceremony. It's a sign that the child has survived the dangers of the first few years of life.

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