How to Save $264 a Year on Beauty Treatments
Learn how to extend the life of your haircut, facial, manicure and more
Tip 1: Find a salon that specializes in blow outs, they will put more time and effort into the process (after all, it's the only service you're paying for). Harwin warns not to be fooled by fancy salons -- they aren't always the ones that do the best job.
Tip 2: If hair starts to get oily on day two, use a dry shampoo. Try Ojon Rub Out Dry Cleanser, $24. Use sparingly and brush though your strands well to make sure you can't see it.
Tip 3: To keep hair at it's cleanest, use a boar bristle brush like Hana K. Diamond Wood Boar Bristle Oval Cushion Brush, $10.99 to comb through your hair before bed to remove dirt and debris collected from the day.
Tip 4: Bring back the old-school bouffant trick by sleeping on a towel to keep your hair from flattening over night. Create your makeshift pillow by rolling up a thick towel into a tube and securing with safety pins. Then wrap it in a pillowcase and swap it for your regular pillow, making sure to place it under your neck as you sleep. If kinks still start to form, run a small flat iron just over your roots.
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