By Mieisha Runnels
The amount you spend on natural hair care ultimately depends on you. Buying all the top-of-the-line products and different products that elongate your curls or prevent shrinkage will begin to get costly. Sticking to the basics will save you more money in the end! Depending on the size of the bottle and how much hair you have, you can be spending between $22 and $57 on hair products every couple of months. Here is an average price range for small bottles of your basic hair products that you can find in your local stores:
- Oil (different oils vary in prices) $5-$10
- Shampoo and conditioner $6-$13
- Curling gel $4-$10
- Monthly supply of hair vitamins $7-$25
You hair can prosper off the basic essentials that you find locally! If we spend between $22 and $57 every three months, we’ll be spending a total of $88 to $228 yearly on just four basic hair products. Cheaper isn’t always better and neither is the most expense product! Find what works best for your hair and stick with it!