Natural Hair On A Budget

Posted on May 7, 2013

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imagesCACG8WOJHow to save money while transitioning or being natural:

Speaking on behalf of all the product junkies out there, it is hard to leave a store without buying hair products that we don’t need! Instead of spending good hard earned money on expensive products that might not even work, try these helpful tips:

  • Buy cheap shampoos and conditioner like Suave and VO5 from Shop Rite, Stop and Shop, Walmart, Target etc. These products are like .88 cents to $1 and you cn stock up on them at anytime. Buying the most expensive products doesn’t mean it works the best!
  • Use less product on wash day. When shampooing, only apply it to your scalp and let the rest rinse down to your ends. Only apply a quarter size amount of conditioner to each section in your hair
  • Set a monthly budget for hair products. I totally don’t know how much I spend on hair products each month, but Sallys should know!
  • Don’t buy a new product until the first one is completely finished. Use each drop out until you can’t squeeze anymore.
  • Try products before you buy. Stack up on those SAMPLES.

   Product Suggestions:

Suave Shampoo and Conditioner – $1.77

VO5 Shampoo and Conditioner – $.88

Oils – $5 – 10 (swansonvitmins.com)

Aussie Moist Conditioner – $2 – 3

Aussie Moist 3 Minute Miracle – $3

Eco Styler Gel – $3 – 4

As I Am Coconut Cowash – $7 -8

Tresemme Naturals – $5-6

Samples instores – $1 – 2

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