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Hair On The Cheap

~*♥*~My $112.50 Weave Worth $375~*♥*~

As far as I'm concerned, a bad hair day is a bad day- period. But as women everywhere know, getting our hair did can cost. But there are ways to save money on hairstyling without sacrificing quality.

My current hairstyle can last between 3 to 6 months and consists of 3 packs of Indian Remy Hair, sewn in with a small portion of my own hair left out to cover the top tracks for that oh so important natural look. I spent about $112.50- a fraction compared to the $375 retail. I saved about half by buying the hair wholesale and getting it sown in by my mom. But if you don’t have access to a beauty supplier’s account and your mom isn’t a Master Hair Weaver, fret not. You can still get your hair done on the cheap.

First, remember that when it comes to hair extensions, no matter what you might think, synthetic hair can never look, feel or last you as long as human hair. I mean, is Stephanie Meyer a better writer than JK Rowling?? Which brings us to the first rule of being a cheapanista: Don’t sacrifice quality for the sake of saving money; it’s never worth it. Trust me, I know.
The best place to look for Remy Hair cheaper than you can find quality non Remy hair at your local beauty supply is none other than As with buying anything else I need on the site, I always buy from the seller with the cheapest price amongst the ones with the best costumer ratings and I haven’t been disappointed so far. My two favorite brands and in my opinion the best ones in the market today are Saga by Milky Way and Goddess by Sensational.

When it comes to getting my weave on, I might be totally biased but the only places I’d go to are African Hair Braiding Salons. First, they are masters at getting the extensions’ foundation as small and tight as humanly possible and second, they are cheap ($80-$200). If the thought of paying full price for a full head drives you as crazy as it does me, then consider getting tracks ($10-20 per track) or sticking to two packs of human hair.

At the end of the day, what matters most is to love the look you created and whatever you do to your hair, just remember to rock it as the confident cheapanista that you are. Share

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