Big make-up and beauty brands can mean big prices. Discount supermarkets like Aldi and Lidl offer less expensive alternatives of similar quality on a limited range of items. Read online consumer reviews or test them for yourself – it won’t cost you much to find out if they’re right for you.
Grab the freebies! Watch out for free product samples in-store and giveaways when promotional staff hit the streets on Ireland and at major events. Waste not want not! Make your beauty products go further by using every last drop or squeeze before you bin them.
Got a favourite brand, sign up for reward programmes to find out about potential offers and follow your favourite brands on social media sites such as Facebook to keep up with offers and competitions.
Still in college or school? Remember to ask for a student discount even if not readily displyed in the a store or salon.
Is bigger better? Not always! While it may seem reasonable to assume that you will get the best price by buying the largest package of a product, this is not always the case. Compare the different size containers to gauge a cost per weight ad you may be surprised.
Salons are busiest at weekends. Ask your hairdresser if there’s a discount for booking your appointment early in the week, when it’s quieter. It could mean blowing a lot less of your money!
Or ever considered letting the top salons newest recruit free on you. Major hairdressing brands usually have student hairdresser days where you can get styled for free or a heavily discounted rate.
Coupons are readily available for Beauty Salons and Hairdressers on voucherpages.ie, where you can save over 50% on the standard price of the service. Discount codes are also available for buying your favourite creams, make-up and tanning brands online.
Now to start saving money, find coupons, offers and vouchers on Voucher Pages.