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8 Ways to Save on Your Next Haircut

By Just Heather |

Haircuts are one of my least favorite budget items. None of us are very adventurous when it comes to hairstyles so it seems we’re constantly running out to spend a bunch of money to keep our hair looking exactly the same.

We either keep the same style for years or grow it out until it’s long enough for hair donation. We’ve all donated hair to Locks of Love at least once. The teen chopped hers off again just last year — and, she looks so much more grown up!

Since it’s not on my list of favorite things to do, I’m just not willing to pay much for it. I’d much rather save my salon money for a pedicure!

Here are my favorite ways to save money on a haircut:

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How to Save Money on Haircuts

Locks of Love

If you are looking to make a major change, consider hair donation. Have at least 10 inches cut and donate it to help make wigs for cancer patients. Salons across the country offer free haircuts for donations. Look for the Locks of Love decal in the salon window.
Photo and more info at Inexpensively

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More money saving ideas from Inexpensively.com:
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About Just Heather

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Just Heather

Heather Sokol babbles about shoes, cocktails, and, mostly, her family. She and her geeky husband are raising four kids and losing sanity daily. They live their gluten free life on a budget while Heather shares her deals, tips and coupon savvy. Read more on her blog Just HeatherTwitter or Pinterest. Read bio and latest posts → Read Heather's latest posts →

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