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Look and feel great on the cheap!

BRO Submission By Laura Ferguson:
   
The recession is hitting most everyone hard. Times are tough.

But that doesn’t mean that you must appear as frugal as the lifestyle you may be currently living. There are many ways that you can still look fabulous on a budget.
  
The average price for a hip haircut at an upscale salon on Elmwood Avenue runs about $40.00, and a color about $55.00 and up. Not everybody has that kind of money laying around. An alternative to these stiff prices could be checking out one of the many cosmetology schools in the area. Continental School of Beauty (CSB), located in the city of Buffalo, is one of them. While you’re there getting your hair done you may also want to take advantage of CSB’s spa services, such as facials and microdermabrasion.
  
Everyday stresses can make you feel out of sync with your life and body – like you have the weight of the world on your back. Everyone deserves a chance to unwind and relax, but a massage can be costly. So, why not explore one of the massage therapy schools in Western New York? Did you know that Trocaire College has student run clinics? Anyone can stop by during clinic hours and get his or her knots and kinks worked out.
  
Living on the cheap does not mean that you have to sacrifice health and beauty. These two inexpensive quick fixes should be a great way to get you on the road to looking and feeling fabulous.

Continental School of Beauty
326 Kenmore Ave
Buffalo, NY 14223
(716) 833-5016

Trocaire College
360 Choate Ave
Buffalo, NY 14220
(716) 826-1200

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