How to Save Money on Haircare

Haircare can be an expensive monthly cost. But great-looking hair doesn't have to cost a fortune with our money-saving ideas.

A woman sitting on a bed blow drying her long hair.
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From everyday shampoo to trips to the salon, hair care can be an expensive part of your beauty routine. The market is saturated with products as well as salons offering new treatments and styles every day - it’s hard to see where money can be saved. However, looking good doesn’t have to cost a fortune with our money-saving tips!  

Saving money at the salon

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Shampoo and ConditionerRedken Volume Injection Shampoo and Conditioner duo £39.51 - LookFantasticOGX Volume Shampoo and Conditioner £.6.99 each - Boots
HairsprayL’Oreal Elnet Strong Hold Hairspray 400ml £7.50 Boots Cien Power Hairspray Ultra Strong 400ml £1.50
Heat Protector SprayBeauty Works Heat Protection Spray 250ml £11.99 BootsTRESemme Care & Protect Heat Defence Spray £300ml £3.99 Boots
Hair Mousse Redken Volume Mousse £18.52 Superdrug Wella Shockwaves Volume Mousse £2.99 Superdrug
Hair straighteners GHD Good Hair Straightners £179John Lewis Hair Straightners £35
Hair DryerDyson Supersonic Hair Dryer £329MD London BlOW Hair Dryer £195
Sarah-Jane Outten

Hi, I’m SJ. I’m an editor and content executive here at MyVoucherCodes. I started my journey here as a deals expert which gave me the skills to become a money-saving expert. You can find my tips and recommendations in various publications including The Sun, The Mirror, and The Telegraph.