Saving With the Sallies
Looking for ways to look good on a budget? Needing some resources for affordable health and beauty products? Over the years I've found help from a couple of gals named Sally. Read on.
Looking good can get expensive. And there are days when looking frumpy and dumpy just won't cut it. Job interview appointments, for example. A couple of resources for those new to budget beauty? Sally's Beauty Supply and Sally Hansen personal care products.
Sally's Beauty Supply
With numerous locations in the States and abroad, this beauty supply chain is accessible to those of us without a cosmetology license. In addition to printable coupons from their web site, you can check out their money saving beauty club program available online and at physical store locations. Apparently, there is a nominal five dollar fee to participate in the savings card program, but discounts are available that basically reimburse the fee through printable savings tickets. Senior citizen and active duty military fee waivers are available, as well as fifteen percent off days if you reach a certain purchase total each month. There are also chances to win free items by reviewing various products online.
A few things I've picked up at Sally's over the years? Pump dispensers for product usage control, miniature emery boards and 4-way buffers for staying groomed while traveling light, spray bottles for homemade leave-in conditioner and salon quality nail products.
This brand's been on the market at least since I was old enough to start shopping for affordable grooming products as a teen. Long wearing nail colors, newspaper insert coupons, and good quality tools for manicures and pedicures are all perks I've been able to enjoy over the years. Not only were several high value coupons available for these products in my local Sunday paper recently, you can also find a coupon or two to print out on their web site.
While you're there, check out several of their learning tools, demos and tip sheets on manicures, hair removal and other beauty tips. They've definitely put some effort into making it a user friendly site that supports the use of their products.
Other ideas for affordable health and beauty products include Dollar Tree, choosing fewer overall products, and checking out advice from expert beauty bloggers. Looking for more resources on affordable health and beauty? Check out several of the resources right here on Wise Bread:
- Frugal fitness and at home gym strategies.
- Cheap haircut and sunburn remedy tips.
- Figure specific shopping strategies and basic skin care ideas.
- Affordable spa and relaxation tricks.
So go get gorgeous, Wise Bread readers! You can afford it.