How Much Money Do Women Spend On Their Hair
Have you ever wondered when standing there to a women, how much she either spends to get her hair done, or how much she spends on the hair she bought? I know this is not a normal that would run through your mind. But just in case it has, let me Break it down for you.
8 out of 10 women wear hair extensions. Whether it’s a young girl trying the latest Kim Kardahsian look, a high school senior going to the prom, or women that suffer from hair loss due to chemotherapy or Aleophia. Hair is a billion dollar industry. It’s become an accessory! Women change the length of their hair as much as they change their shoes.
Women spent $600 Billion in 2011 on Hair Weaves. This figure is up 16.6% from $535 Billion spent the Previous Year.
Typical costs for Hair:
A partial head of hair extensions typically costs between $150 and $300, plus the cost of the hair. Total cost ranges from $400 to $800.
A full head of hair extensions (for fullness only) typically costs between $300 and $600, plus the cost of the hair. Total cost ranges from $1,300 to $1,600.
A full head of hair extensions for fullness and added length typically costs $600 to $1500 and up, plus the cost of the hair. Total cost ranges from $1,600 to $4,000.
High-quality human hair that is cut — not brushed — off usually costs from $250 to $500 for a partial head and $1,000 to $2,500 for a full head, depending on length and origin. Synthetic hair and low-quality human hair, which are not recommended, cost much less.
So the next time you are complimenting that Sexy looking lady on her hair, just say to yourself, is it Her’s or did she get it from Babe Savage Beauty of Buckhead.