How To Save Up For A Wig
For many men and women, making the decision to start wearing alternative hair creates a new budget item for them—just like clothing or beauty items. But, you might have to save up for your first wig (or the many thereafter).
In order to purchase a new piece, you may have to sacrifice a few trips to Starbucks or your weekly massage to save for something spectacular. However, to be a good saver, you really have to know where all of your money is going. Record all of your expenses and this will help you see where you can cut a few dollars to set aside for the alternative hair you have your eyes on.
Also, you need a savings plan. Decide how much you can set aside, do it on a regular schedule, and have a goal date in mind. Writing all of this down and committing to it will ultimately reap a great reward!
In addition, set aside some of your bonus money, tax refund, or other one-time forms of income to build upon to purchase the “hair” you have in mind.
It’s not necessary to go into debt to buy a wig. And even if you don’t have any luxuries to postpone in order to buy a wig, you can always take advantage of sales and closeouts to get started. Check out raquel-welchwigs.com for reduced prices on name brands like Jon Renau, Ellen Wille, Gabor, Raquel Welch, and more!
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