The Makeup Bag

Okay Ladies how much do you spend on hair a month? Let’s say you get a relaxer (65) two doobies wraps (35-40 each) a cut (15) a deep conditioner or two (10 each) and a color ( 40, thats being cheap) you’re looking at a least 210 dollar a month!

2500 dollars a 12 months. Imagine how a lot of that could have eliminated into a “rainy day accounts” or toward a new home, or in a retirement account ( it’s to never late to start out, ladies). What is a flyy sista to do? Go out with you hair looking like a birds nest? Not an options for most girls are a couple of money saving ideas Here! The main thing you are able to do is go to the salon less! Figure out how to do hair yourself!

Many variations of this options can be found. Now to begin with you will need to know your hair type and locks a low maintence style that is easy to held up at home. There ar many shampoos, conditioners, treatment, styling aids, under 20 dollars that will get the work done ( more about this in a later blog).

Okay, and that means you have decided to defend myself against care of hair. Youn must decide hom much you are willing to do oneself. If you get a relaxer every 2 months just , six times a year that results in 390 dollars ( that 84% saving, excluding any locks products and tools you might have brought).

Over time you may become good enough to self relaxer at home or may decide to go natural total personal style. Have no idea where to start or what products to use to self maintain your hair? You’re already usine one source: the web! You must be cautious though there are alot od ineffective sites out the but alot of good one such as Diaspora Hair Care, Black Hair Media, and Long Hair Care Forum. Now some of these sites have a smal charge to post in all the forum but you can usually view the hair section for free (BHM is totally free). Youtube is another great way to obtain info.

The plus side to Youtube is that you can exactly watch people doing their hair, such as a roller place or the way the hair straightening iron their locks for example. Just enter black hair-styling how to. Books and magazines are a great spot to gain knowledge on hair also. One of my own favors is Shamboosie’s book Beautiful Black Hair: Real Answers to Real Problems. It offers all the info you need to begin with taking care of nice hair.

Now if all else fails ladies and you simply can’t find enough time or get the hang of it check out your local beauty school! They often have number of services available to the public for half the purchase price (at least) then your cosmetic salon. Don’t worry women the college student are “seniors” attempting to get enough credits to graduate and there is all a licensed hair dresser on staff. The only bad things is they are usuallu only open on college days during normal school hours. Well girls I hoped my tips helped!

So whatever pressure you are experiencing at the moment, You are prompted by me to check out it as your makeover process. Try writing down any “before and afters” that may have taken place already. Even if you think there are none. You might be surprised. What we do with our pressures can either hinder our internal growth and progress, or they can change us in to the person we want to become eventually. Though it is never easy, it is more bearable when you choose to stay positive and hopeful always.

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When you don’t give energy to the negative thoughts that sabotage that feeling of wish, you allow your makeover process to are more effective an quicken up that transformation you want that occurs. We all have been struggling. We are all under pressure, we all have been in the same vessel. It’s time we realize that. Remember the two scenarios I provided at the start? The driver who take off another drivers and the promotion lady that organized the comparative series?

Well, I something to confess. I am that drivers, I am that couponing lady. My motives were good, but I am human being. Sometimes the stresses of life way heavy in my heart and mind, add a crying baby in the car and an impatient child and you also get: a distracted Mom.