3 Easy Ways to save Money on Your Most Expensive Beauty Treatments

Posted July 17, 2015 by in Beauty

Keeping up your beauty routine can be costly, but if you know where to look, you can grab some bargains. However, there are still some things that can cost you a lot of money if you need to do them regularly. For example, if you remove body hair in certain areas, the amount you spend on razors, waxing or hair removal cream can add up.And what about that partial highlight you have to get every eight weeks?

Everyone has their own beauty must-haves that make them feel good. If you’re finding it difficult to pay for all of those little luxuries, consider our tips. Below you’ll learn how to save money on all of the top beauty treatments — from haircuts, to your monthly pedi.


Hair Cuts

If you want your hair to stay in the same style, you might have to visit the salon every six weeks or so. If you were a man, this might not be a big deal – they pay much less to have their hair cut. But if you need a trim, style or even to have your hair dyed regularly, the cost can add up and become expensive.

You can save money on haircuts, however, but it will require some compromise. If you’re brave, one thing you can do is visit a beauty school. The students can cut your hair at a discounted rate, and they’ll still know what they’re doing. You could also look into Salon Apprentice.

Hair Removal

You might be surprised by how much your spend on hair removal. Razors, shaving cream, hair removal cream and waxing can all become expensive after a while. Of course, one option is not to remove your body hair or to do it less often. But if you’re determined to have it gone, there are still other things you can do.

One of them is to choose a more cost-effective solution, which could be cheaper in the long-run. Having hair removal treatments using lasers or electrolysis might not be cheap, but it will last longer. You might need to save up in the beginning, but you could eventually make a saving. Laser treatments are as good as permanent, so you won’t have to spend money on any other hair removal paraphernalia.

Using a service like ShaveMob is another option. 12 razors for only $30!

Manicures and Pedicures

Having a salon manicure or pedicure is lovely, but it’s expensive to have them all the time. You can save money by doing them yourself at home, keeping both your hands and feet moisturized and looking beautiful. But if you like to have one done professionally, you can make it last longer by being careful once you get home. Keep your salon manicure going by caring for it at home, so you don’t need to go back so soon.

I personally re-apply top-coat every three days to prevent chipping.

Don’t put yourself out of pocket by spending too much on your beauty routine. But remember that cheap doesn’t always mean the best value.

*This article was contributed.