Would You Strip for Beauty Salon Treatments?
The economy sucks, but that doesn't mean your blowouts, facials or waxes should be the first to go
LayawayWhen you think of layaway, you likely associate this payment plan with companies that sell home appliances like barbecues and stoves. Now, it's becoming one of the fastest growing trends in the beauty industry. A growing number of plastic surgeons, salons and spas are allowing customers to pay for their beauty services on layaway, be it a nose job, Botox or a $1,000 hair weave, as seen in Chris Rock's documentary "Good Hair."
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