7. Get Organized – This includes hair tools and hair pins. Have you ever wondered why you can never find a bobby pin when you need one, even though you probably have a thousand of them lying around?
Create a good organization system for your tools and hair stuff, so that you are not re-buying goody bands and packs of bobby pins* every other week. Get separate containers for your valuables so that you know where everything is, color code them if necessary.
8. Keep Your Big Chop Alive – This tip is not for everyone, but if you prefer short hair then you are pretty familiar with the pleasure of using fewer products and saving time in the morning.
Short hair is not only sexy but it is so easy you will literally wonder what to do with yourself in that whole hour you have saved. If short hair is your thing why not visit the barber shop and free yourself.
Even if you are not into the super short hair look, the shorter your hair is the quicker and easier it is to manage. Mo hair mo problems.
9. Eat Well– Sometimes it isn’t just what you put on your hair that matters but rather what you put in your body. We can spend a fortune buying things geared towards hair health but instead of spending $14.00 on a hair repair kit, spend it at the farmers market buying fresh produce that will improve your hair health from the inside out.
If you eat healthy you won’t need that repair kit, you will notice that your hair’s overall health changing and all you did was pay .50 cents for an apple or an avocado.
10. Lose The Fuss – This is the final tip but it might be the most important. Sometimes we get so caught up and focused on hair we lose perspective on other aspects of life that are truly important.
When you fill your life with healthy living options like working out and spending time with your family, you really have no time or space for excessive hair fussiness.
Remove the fuss, and you will save money it just works out that way, don’t ask us for the formula just try it. Start working out outside in fall, get a few friends together and go hiking or for a bike ride, tackle the jungle gym with the kids again, travel with the hubs!
Have some fun doing more with less time or rather, doing more important things. Trust me, your hair does benefit from being left alone sometimes!
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