Beauty on a Dime: Affordable Hair Solution for Spring


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I have a confession to make: I hate getting my hair done. Sitting still for 2+ hours while agreeing to pay a sizable 3-figure price tag isn’t something I enjoy. Consequently, it had been wayyy too long since I got my last haircut, and my ends were so dry and brittle that I couldn’t even run a Wet Brush (the best $13 brush ever made) through my hair without running into a copious amount of tangles. When Hair Cuttery reached out and offered to give me a fresh new spring look, I was immediately on board, since I can always get behind a $30 shampoo/cut/style package. Plus, Ashley Brooke and I were getting together afterwards to shoot blog photos, so having my hair done by a stylist beforehand didn’t sound too shabby.

Hair Cuttery is the largest family owned and operated chain of hair salons in the country, with nearly 900 company-owned locations on the East Coast, Midwest, and the New England area. As a full-service, value-priced salon, Hair Cuttery offers a full complement of cuts and styling, coloring, waxing, and texturizing services with no appointment necessary, as well as a full line of professional hair care products. I have long hair, so my entire shampoo/cut/style costed $35– however, if your hair meets their shorter length standard, you can get in and out with a fresh new hairstyle for $25. Keep reading for more about their exclusive Cibu product line, as well as full fringe outfit details. 

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You can see in the picture above that my hair had unintentionally developed a peroxide ombre look from all my many months as a blonde, so we cut 2.5 inches of nastiness off the bottom, as well as added long layers to frame my face.

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David, my stylist at the Tampa salon, used primarily Cibu products on me, and I was literally shocked by their efficacy. After my blow out, my hair felt voluminous, smooth, and frizz-free, which literally never happens anywhere in the state of Florida. Cibu is their salon-exclusive hair care brand, which is available in all Hair Cuttery salons. Perfected by 10,000 stylists and inspired by the wonders of nature, Cibu is a high performance professional hair care and styling line with color-safe formulas, offering affordable hair solutions for ever hair type.

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And, of course, I couldn’t parade around Hyde Park with my new ‘do without a fun popover dress with fringe to match. It’s no secret that I have a thing for tassels, but oh my gosh, this dress is just precious, and it costs under $25. It also comes in two different colors– red and black. Scroll to the bottom for full outfit details.

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In conclusion, if you’re looking for an affordable hair styling option this spring, pop into your local Hair Cuttery to see what they’ve got going on! I was shocked by how talented my team was, and I would absolutely recommend them to anyone on or off a budget. Don’t forget– they do blowouts, too, so even if you’re hesitant to cut any length off, they can still style your hair for far less than a boutique blowout bar. Have you been into a salon lately? What did you think?

I have received promotional consideration and a free salon service from Hair Cuttery. Thank you, Hair Cuttery, for sponsoring this post. 

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3 thoughts on “Beauty on a Dime: Affordable Hair Solution for Spring

  1. Progression By Design

    I can’t believe that that dress is from Target! So cute! I am truly a sucker for anything with tassels… like it’s bad. But that’s awesome that there is an affordable salon to get a great cut and style from. I am right there with you as far as disliking getting my hair done because it takes to long šŸ˜‰

    XOXO,
    Marie Huang
    Progression By Design

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