How do I make a ridiculously expensive event such as Homecoming/Prom affordable?
Between the dress, shoes, hair, nails, the list goes on and on....I can't afford it!
Hey there, yes prom can put a huge dent in your checking account but there is an affordable way to get your daughter ALL of the special rituals associated with a school dance. Check with your local beauty school and see what services they offer and for what price. Typically beauty school or cosmetology schools are significantly cheaper, that way your daughter can get the hair, nails, make-up etc. for a fraction of the normal price. beautyschoolslistings.com is a website that you will be able to find a school in your area. Hope this helps!
Word of mouth. I have just realized that everyone has a talent, so you should ask friends and family, who does nail, who does make-up, who does hair, etc, I am sure many people will be more than happy to help you. Ask someone with a nice car to drive the girl to the prom, do not rent a limo and ask for dresses and shoes from someone rich you know, there are people that have more shoes you can imagine. I can lend you a black sandals ( just wore once), number 7, no problem. Go to TJ Max or Ross. Please do not put on the plastic, it is insane and you know what, nobody will even talk to you the week after, school is over anyway, who cares, go have fun!
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