3. Use samples

Instead of spending money on a full-sized product, especially if it's one you're trying out for the first time, using a sample size can save you a lot of money. There are a few ways you can get your hands on some hair product samples.

One way is to sign up for free samples. There are several good sites out there that aggregate links to product samples. Also, some hair brands will send you free samples for signing up for their newsletter or during special promotions.

You can also buy sample-sized products at stores like Ulta, Sephora, Walmart, and Target. I've done this a few times with products I wanted to try out for the first time and was so glad I only spent s small amount of money on a sample size instead of the full size.

4. Use gift cards

Where do you get the gift cards you ask? Well through reward or survey sites.

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5. Shop via rebate sites

If you do a lot of your shopping online then this provides another way for you to save. If you shop via a rebate portal like Rakuten or Honey you can get cashback on your hair care purchases. And if you've earned some gift cards that you can use, you won't pay anything out of pocket, but you can get cashback on the purchase.

Do you have any tips for saving money on hair care products?

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    1. Out of curiosity what products have you been buying? Thanks for reading!