So this is part 3 of Tamera’s tips on saving money on your natural journey.
Just Buying Cheaper Hair Products
This section is basically explained by the title, buying cheaper products will run you less money. The only issue with that…is well…you’re not necessarily going to get the best ingredients in all cheaper options and this may require a lot more diligence in researching cheaper options that work. Guess what though? YouTube and Instagram have basically done most of the hard work for you as there are thousands of bloggers on each platform that regularly buy and test products. So, if you want an opinion on a specific product you can check out those sites. I also regularly buy and test products, so I feel as if I’m a bit of an expert in this category so let’s go.
Where Do I Get Cheaper Products?
Wholesale! Yes, I said it! Wholesales are your best friend if you want cheaper hair products and I frequent them. Wholesales are also stepping up their game and now offer a variety of natural hair products. Locations I prefer include those in Clock Tower Plaza, Half Way Tree, almost any Wholesale Downtown and in Spanish Town. If you’re terrified of wholesales there are some Beauty Supply Stores that are reasonably priced, in Spanish Town, on Beckford Street, you have Central Beauty Supply. I honestly believe this is probably the most reasonably priced beauty supply store around. However, if you’re not in Spanish Town, you can check out Discount Beauty Supply, located at Shop 7 & 8, Kings Plaza, 38 Constant Spring Road. Some of their items personally make me clutch my pearls but I still find a couple gems in there occasionally.
Which Brands Are Cheaper?
Brand such as:
- Crème of Nature
- Aunt Jackies
- African Pride
- Shea Moisture (if you buy it at the wholesale)
- Revlon Realistic (Very New Line)
- Blue Magic (Yes, I said it, they are great sealants)
- Lotta Body
- Eco Styler Gel
- Hollywood Beauty
- Aussie Moist (If you have an overseas plug)
- Herbal Essences
Check out the other posts~