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You can pay 3 figures (or more) for a hair cut, or you can get one for $10 or less.  If you want to be frugal, thrift will motivate you to go for the less expensive haircut. Many women cut hair from their own homes.  Some hair stylists will even will travel to your home and give you a hair cut.  In both cases, it is usually the most frugal way to get a hair cut. Talk to friends and neighbors, and find someone that does a good job and save money.

You can also check out videos from the library that will teach you how to cut hair.  For a small investment in a few tools, you can do it yourself.


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Here are some more frugal tips to save money having your hair cut.


- If you have a simple hairstyle, teenage daughters and husbands can often cut your hair.
- You can find discounted rates for haircuts at beauty schools.
- If you know someone who cuts hair, see if you have something you can barter for their services.
- Choose a low maintenance hairstyle, and you will save time and money.







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