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Money Saving Tips on Beauty Products

Updated on May 1, 2011
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Many girls spend too much on beauty products to keep them beautiful. In fact, it doesn’t mean if you spend more money the more beautiful you are. You can spend relatively less money to have the same effect. There are some effective tips on saving money on beauty products.
The first tip is to stop judging quality by looking at brand names or labels. If you can read the ingredient labels on beauty products almost contain the same thing, their differences are just brand names. A $30 lotion cream and a $5 could be the same and what you need to do is by comparing the crucial elements it contains. You might have save $25 just to read the listings on the package. The difference between famous brand and common brand is mostly lie in advertising costs.

If you are spending big money on famous brands, you can just shift to buying some essentials and creams you should need most. There are different essentials such as skin moisturizer and foundations for skin. You might as well buy more of these because it is necessary in your beauty products selections.

The other tip is save your bucks on some unnecessary things. Waxing kit for home use is very necessary since you can save a lot of money cutting off going to the salon biweekly. The effect of waxing kit is not bad at all. If you have a beauty school in your town, you can save substantially by going to it. The hair cut styles could have cost you a lot of money monthly and it is usually expensive. Of course, you cannot do your own cuts and styles, the thing is you can shifting your choice in order to save money. Hair maintenance like curling, straightening can also spend a big sum of money. You may spend hundreds of dollars on hair maintenance but you can also buy some of the products in your local retail stores and drugstores to have a sleek hair. The cheap products can have the same function.

There are lots of ways to save money on your beauty. The saying “you have to be rich to keep you beautiful” is not true, you just have to try by yourself.

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      Liam Hallam 

      7 years ago from Nottingham UK

      Vaseline is a cracking moisturising product and supermarkets often offer own brand products such as moisturisers cheaper than brand names. Nice hub idea

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