Scott Disick is making sure his son Reign keeps ahold of his ‘cool kid’ credentials, weeks after the five-year-old sported a shaved head on social media.
In August, Disick revealed his youngest child had undergone a hair makeover, which involved cutting his long brown locks and opting for a shaved head.
On Tuesday, the father-of-three took to his Instagram Stories to share photos of his son’s latest haircut, which involved a slight trim on his spiky mohawk.
‘Mr reign,’ the proud father captioned a black-and-white photo of his child’s ‘do on Instagram.
Earlier this summer, Reign’s famous mum Kourtney Kardashian showed off her son’s newly-shaved head after he’d sported long hair past his shoulders for several years.
‘I am not ok,’ she captioned the sweet photo of her child touching his bald head before receiving countless messages from her famous A-list family members and friends.
‘He looks soooo handsome, [sic]’ Kim Kardashian commented on the post.
Hailey Bieber wrote: ‘Omggggg the cutest [sic].’
In recent weeks, the former couple’s child has grown out his hair slightly, choosing to sport a short mohawk which was first previewed a couple of weeks ago on Disick’s Instagram account.
Understandably, this kind of look requires regular trims to keep it looking swish which Disick noted on his Stories, sharing a video of Reign’s hair being tended to by a barber which he captioned: ‘Hair maintenance’.
Last year, Kourtney reportedly responded to online criticism of her son’s long hair after one troll shared a negative opinion about Reign’s appearance.
‘She really need to cut his hair,’ one Instagram user commented on a photo of Reign on Kourtney’s Instagram account, reports Cosmopolitan.
Kourtney replied: ‘She really needs to not worry about kids that aren’t her own. He is a happy boy.’
In July, the eldest Kardashian reality star opened up about her decision to leave Keeping Up With The Kardashians before the family announced that the 20th season would be its final.
‘I have been filming the show non-stop for 14 years… I was feeling unfulfilled and it became a toxic environment for me to continue to have it occupy as much of my life as it was,’ the Poosh founder told Vogue Arabia.
‘Privacy is something I have come to value and finding that balance of private moments with being on a reality show is hard. People have this misconception that I don’t want to work, which isn’t true. I am following my happiness and putting my energy into that which makes me happy.’