Self-care is the most important way of appreciating yourself. Basic hygiene of your skin, teeth, and hair can keep the unnecessary treatments away from you. During this pandemic, we have a chance to spend time with ourselves and do all the things that we cannot during the hectic schedule. I assume that handling career responsibilities and personal relationships become difficult for most of us, hence causing stress. To take a day off, we go to spas and salons. It might be for a haircut or mani-pedi, but here we are to tell you how to do it on a budget.
If you are in the profession where you need to keep your hair and nails perfect, you should preffer salons. Although for many of us, these necessities are more of luxuries and when on budget you can still get it done. Self care is extremely important and here I am to tell you how to do it on a budget.
You saw this coming.
You must have seen so many DIY’s about face masks and D-tanning remedies and trust me those are equally relaxing. During this pandemic if you are one of those who tried to cut their own bangs, I have my condolences but with experimentation comes perfection. trimming your hair at home is the best option.
But let’s admit it — many of us just
don’t have don’t want to find the time. We also don’t have the patience, nor the confidence in our own skills to DIY. And that’s okay. Just keep in mind that, if you’re in a pinch, it’s always one of the cheapest alternatives.
2. Use coupons on beauty products
Discounts and coupons are not just for electrical appliances but also for beauty products. There are so many seasonal sales, so always keep an eye on those. I save a lot of money by using coupons. Ask the employees about the coupons, check their website for the same.
3. Pick multi-tasking products
There are so many travelers who opt for these products. They want to use everything with such a small space available to them. So these 2 in 1 or 3 in 1 products make the happy. These products are cheaper that the separate products.
You can always try the sample product before actually buying it. There are companies which will give you huge discounts if you buy their subscriptions. Try using local brands, usually they have natural ingredients and need our support.
This is my favorite DIY for homemade face masks. My favorite one is this Ayurvedic face mask made using honey and milk. I mix some honey with milk and get it to a runny consistency and then apply it to my face with a soft towel or cotton ball. I let it stay for about 15 minutes and then rinse it off completely. This magical mask keeps my skin free of blackheads and dryness and costs me almost nothing.
There is nothing wrong with indulging in beauty products and treatments, but by following these methods, you can still feel beautiful while saving money.