WAYS TO BE NATURAL ON A BUDGET!

Is being natural breaking the bank? With the large demand​ of hair products from the growing natural hair community, being naturally fabulous is starting to get a little pricey. And, if you are a momma ,like me. Or, you just like to save a dollar or two, then you are looking for a great deal. Here are some resourceful ways you can save on your favorite name brand products.

CHECK THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER!

Grab a newspaper from your local public library, news stand, grocery store, or convenience store and search the coupon section for discounts. Price checking different stores before purchasing can save a few dollars as well. Many stores may retail a lower price for the same product so looking around before you buy can save you money.

LET THE DEALS COME TO YOU!

Subscribe your email at your favorite brand’s website and they will send alerts whenever they have ongoing sales. I suggest creating a separate email exclusively for coupons. You can also download coupon apps like Flipp and RetailMeNot. These apps allow you to have access to coupons and deals at local stores right at your fingertips.

KNOW WHAT YOU ARE PAYING FOR!

Some hair products have a steep price for a not-so-good ingredients list. Its always a good idea to check the back of the packaging to make sure you are paying for real ingredients that will benefit you hair growth.

DIY!

Making you own products saves you a ton of money!! Not only will you know exactly what your applying on your hair. Check out my diy section for wholesome recipes for shampoos, conditioners, hair masks, protein treatments, etc.

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