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    I colour my own hair with a organic hair colour I buy from a health food store and it works well on my naturally dark hair. I do my own nails and swear by Strong Nail System nail strengthening gel coat with keratin in. Really helps my short nails grow and become stronger.

    I buy discounted fruit and veg after 5pm -8pm and get really good bargains so now my food shopping has cut by half by being frugal and using staples in the cupboard instead of impulse buying for the sake of it.

    I have a bottle that I bought from ebay and I fill that up with filtered water and put fresh lemon wedges in to flavour the water for fitness and every day. It encourages me to drink more water.

    I go to charity shops where I live and have picked up some great bargains and go to dress shops where you can sell your unwanted stuff. Ebay, V Collective etc..

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    This was a great tip. I jut got a bottle of Juicy for $30!

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    Super-shameless savings tips-

    If you're moving & don't want to a do a trip to the dump, Goodwill + other charity shops have trucks that will pick up big donations (furniture) & the stores usually have a site on premises to accept boxes & bags. (Keep in mind some landlords keep deposits over items left in a dwelling after moving out date is past.)

    If you live near Universities with dorms- students will often throw out new and expensive items upon leaving school when school breaks start.....they're not going to pay to ship these things home, or they don't need these things anymore. I knew a guy whose whole family cruised the dumpsters at the University of Austin Texas & got lots of nice items. (In my city it's Chinese students who throw out these things.) You're basically dumpster diving for new items/furniture.

    A few of the Dollar Tree cleaning items are dupes for more expensive products, I'll have to sit down later & document which ones.

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    Amazon!

    - Pack of 80 eyelashes for $10. They're not great quality, but can be reused and stay on great with high quality glue.
    - Outfits. Tons of cheap ones from China (as mentioned the shopping takes forever, but the savings are worth it).
    - Make up. I buy cheap makeup in bulk on Amazon. The only things I don't purchase are foundation and eyeshadow. Everything else comes from Amazon for cheap.
    - Learned to make homemade lattes using Amazon ingredients. Lowered my monthly Starbucks bill haha.
    - Freezing fresh ingredients in ice cube trays. Such as ginger, garlic etc. That way I'm not wasting money buying fresh when cooking and throwing most of it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinyjezebel View Post
    1. I always bring food to work.

    2. If I want new outfits I usually trade with one of my friends or stock up when girls who are "retiring" are selling their outfits for dirt cheap.

    3. Save all receipts. I learned my lesson after I did my taxes for last year.

    4. I always do my nails myself. Also, I take really good care of my nails so I never have to use fakes. They stay naturally long and manicured.

    5. Shaving = cheaper than wax

    6. I'm going back to my natural hair color (long, annoying, tacky process... You have to have a certain amount of inches grown to have someone pick out a color closest to your natural, bleach it, then dye it to your color. Ugh. Never realized how slow hair grew, lol).

    7. If I work at a club that ups their housefee the later you come in then I come in early (my fulltime club doesn't do that though so that usually isn't a concern).

    8. I shop at Sam's Club so I buy a lot of things in bulk.

    9. I buy makeup from Belks/Macys when there is a special going on or when it comes with a ton of free stuff OR I have a coupon. Sometimes I will buy makeup from Walmart/whatever IF and ONLY IF I have a really good coupon. I've gotten really good makeup for pennies on the dollar that way.

    10. I sell worn out outfits to new girls

    11. We have a creepy customer that comes in that will trade expensive shoes for a couple table dances. I'd rather dance for roughly 6 minutes than pay 50-100 bucks for new shoes.

    12. I don't style/straighten/curl my hair so I save a ton on that. I have butt length, thick hair so I lost interest in that long ago. I don't even own a straightener, hair dryer, hair spray, etc. I sold my hair straightener and hair dryer, LOL.

    13. I don't go to tanning beds or do spray tans. I didn't make more when I used to tan in comparison to just being pale so I lost motivation in tanning.

    14. I will give select dancers rides home if I know they will give me gas money. My car gets excellent gas mileage so even 5 bucks is awesome but most of the time they give me ten for going out of my way which almost fills half my tank. There are only a few girls I will do this for though so it isn't exactly an every night thing.

    15. If a travel to a club I normally got with another girl (one I trust) and split all costs. Also, if I know well in advance about the trip, I am good about finding deals online and the earlier you get a room the better.


    Most of the things I give up most girls aren't willing to give up but the OP asked for shameless saving tips, lol.


    I try to be as frugal as possible. I'm saving up for my subscision/laser treatment for my facial scarring and the surgeon is on the other side of the country from me in California... I save every damn penny.

    Holy shit are you me?! I do a lot of these things.. & I love to meal prep plus its good for you.

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    Re- Dollar Tree, Family Dollar, Dollar General etc.- they have really stepped up their game in terms of what they stock & promos/coupons. I always check there first.

    I use men's deoderant & men's shaving products. They're cheaper & if you sweat hard men's deoderant works better than women's, frankly.

    When I travel I will park my car & use public transit when running everyday errands. Saves stress & gasoline. Plus I get to know a city better.

    I buy clothing off of Facebook groups if I can't check out consignment shops. Pennies on the dollar, frequently barely worn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnuffleUffleGrass View Post
    Re- Dollar Tree, Family Dollar, Dollar General etc.- they have really stepped up their game in terms of what they stock & promos/coupons. I always check there first.

    I use men's deoderant & men's shaving products. They're cheaper & if you sweat hard men's deoderant works better than women's, frankly.

    When I travel I will park my car & use public transit when running everyday errands. Saves stress & gasoline. Plus I get to know a city better.

    I buy clothing off of Facebook groups if I can't check out consignment shops. Pennies on the dollar, frequently barely worn.
    Do you use unscented men's deodorant? I'm gonna have to check this out. I never really thought about it but it makes a lot of sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPopcorn View Post
    Do you use unscented men's deodorant? I'm gonna have to check this out. I never really thought about it but it makes a lot of sense.
    I just buy what's available. I have hereditary sweatiness so men's works better.

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    when I get home from work I set aside money for my bills, savings, tuition, and investments. if I don't have money to buy something after that, I don't buy it.

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    Ditto on Dollar Tree and Family Dollar. I've found Dollar Tree useful for cleaning supplies, toothpaste, mouthwash, candles, and birthday cards. For everything being only $1 there, it's pretty awesome. Also, they sell these things that are just like Mr. Clean's Magic Eraser, except at Dollar Tree they come 3 in a pack which is awesome. Family Dollar often has deals on stuff too. Thrift stores for clothes. Sometimes you can find stuff on craiglist free section, just bring a friend with you for safety reasons or public area if possible. I scored a free dresser in great condition that way and a desk. Also, if there are churches around many of them seem to have food pantries. Some of them don't even ask you for pay stub or income info, just as long as you show up on a set day and time they give free food to anyone who shows up.

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    Over time, I've scored a 32 inch flatscreen tv for $45, PS3 for $50 and a bundle of games for another $15, Nintendo 3DS XL system for $40.... etc etc. I've also seen desktops and laptops for dirt cheap. Nice, most of the time brand new electronics for these prices! How you ask?

    Look up when grades close/report cards release in your city/town's school district, and around that time check craigslist and facebook yardsale groups or Marketplace. Kids will get bad grades and parents will sell their games and other electronics for dirt cheap. ESPECIALLY the grade closing period after Christmas (kid gets new PS4 for Christmas, grades drop once they get it, it gets sold). It's kind of shitty to think about but I save so much money my conscience is cleared.

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    * OK boring information but in time for Spring Cleaning Shopping Lists- Dollar Store tub cleaner "The Works" is incredible. Works better than Tilex minus the toxic fumes. 1 buck a bottle.

    * Several of the LA's Totally Awesome! cleaners work way too well....all Dollar Store staples. Very helpful if you have a large household or clean up after pets.

    * Auto repair- many dealership mechanics will take after hours work. Just ask. This will save you hundreds on suspension work alone. Just ask.

    * I used to laugh at this cheapo tip but Crisco shortening works well as a balm for cracked feet or super dry skin.

    * Prom season is a great time to stock up on rhinestone jewelry & some prom dresses can be altered for use in gown clubs.

    * A lot of gift packs of beauty and bath products are on clearance at TJ Maxx & similar outlet stores right after Christmas. Good to stock up on if you use those a lot.
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    i do my food shopping in bulk to take advantage of the special offers

    i make sure i always have food in the house so i’m less tempted to buy fast food after work

    i use my one night off a week to sit down and do my own nails

    i dye my own hair

    i INVESTED in very good quality expensive hair extensions - had the same hair for over a year now and it still looks fresh and amazing (i also use good-quality heat protection spray to look after it)

    coconut oil for everything! can buy a huge tub from holland + barratts and they sometimes have special offers on. i use it for shaving, hair treatments, dry skin, mixed with sugar for a body scrub etc

    go to pound shops for things like baby wipes and deodrant

    i got into a habit of saving all my 1ps, 2ps and 5ps in a jar

    since the start of the year i have put £10 in a pot every saturday night. this will pay for my christmas shopping in december so i don’t spend all my november/december earnings on christmas

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    Super shameless tip (hey, that is the topic)- lost and found boxes at restaurants and bars. If you are in desperate need of a coat, gloves, or scarf....say you think you left yours there & ask about it. Sometimes they'll let you check through the box to save their own manpower. Also a good way to get phone/device chargers. (I worked in restaurants for years. Lost & found items either get dumpster-ed or sent to a charity thrift store. So don't feel guilty.)

    Cheap ways to manage anxiety/ stabilize mood- Scentsy warmers at home (cheaper and safer than candles in the long run) breathing exercises, keeping your living space orderly and clean. Acupressure, set mealtimes, and meditations.

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    Turns out... Dollar Tree’s fragrance section is actually not too shabby! I bought their knockoff of Viktor & Rolf’s Flowerbomb ($85) as a gag gift for my mom as it’s her favorite perfume. Wore it another day and she yelled at me for using her expensive perfume before I told her I was using the $1 version LOL

    They have pretty scents and tons of knockoffs that are pretty close (I know some wealthier customers recognize expensive fragrances). For $1 it's worth checking out

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    Taking your shoes/boots to a cobbler is great! I just had an $85 pair of Pleasure boots repaired for only $15! They look great (besides some tiny areas where he had to peel the shiny top coat bc it was worn and had sprayed new clear coat. In the dark you won't be able to see that! He got them glued, polished, and had black over the worn areas. I was honestly surprised it was so cheap! I'm going to be doing this to other old pairs of shoes I have now, AND they repair zippers and luggage, etc. Save money getting your old stuff fixed and you don't have to keep buying full price for new boots/shoes, luggage, purses!

    I'm also into making my own clothing and custom outfits and want to get back into sewing. I've learned how to add glitter to heels quite easily instead of spending upwards of $100 for a pair on Etsy. If you are a DIY stripper, you're golden ;P I'm thinking of starting a store at some point >.<

    If you make your own make-up or lotions, even better!

    I try to save money however I possibly can. I bought a van and lived/worked out of it for quite some time with an anytime fitness membership and it was really convenient not to have to pay rent or for hotel/airbnb. But it takes a very special type of person to be able to live comfortably in a van (or bus) for long periods compared to people who are used to needing a ton of space. I'm a minimalist and super OCD so I'm really organized


    Oh and instead of paying a ton to get my lashes done I buy the Ardell Faux mink lashes and I can wear a pair for about 3-6 days so a pack of lashes can last me a month and it's only $17

    I'm a big fan of dry shampoo and often go 5-7 days without washing my hair by not using any hairspray or any product the first few days, and then as my hair gets dirtier, or before it gets dirty, I throw my hair up into either a ponytail, pigtails, or space buns and use hairspray the last two days for those. They last when I sleep and cuts down on getting ready time. And I'm not washing out my dye as fast as I would if I washed my hair every other day. AND I'm saving money in the long run on shampoo and conditioner and sometimes can get by just using other peoples or what is supplied to me with no problems while traveling. I don't need a lot of it and it saves time Dry shampoo for my bangs, otherwise I wouldn't need it!
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    ^ I love this! Only problem I have now is having enough to buy a reliable van to live out of. My current car has over 200,000 miles on it but bc the engine is in great shape same with tranny, I just dump money into maintenence & repairs when they arise, which makes it hard for me to rid myself of it just yet.

    I just sold ALL my dvds that I had & got some decent money for them, plus got rid of more clothing crap I wasn't using. I love being a minimalist. I hate owning lots of stuff, esp since my gypsy soul moves around alot haha
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    Love this thread!

    -I only buy stuff on clearance most of the time. I buy baby wipes at the dollar tree or in the travel section at target for 89 cents

    -I use extra hair ties as money holders since the pack comes with so many

    -I bring my own alcohol to pregame with

    -I hand wash my outfits with hot water and antibacterial soap and put it in the dryer if I want to reuse an outfit piece before it’s time to do laundry

    -Off brand items work just as well as name brand items most of the time

    -I eat before/on the way to work and bring snacks for work breaks and in the car

    -makeup products can serve multiple purposes. I use bronzer/highlight for eyeshadow, eyeshadow for eyebrow powder, blush for eyeshadow, Vaseline as a lip gloss over lipstick especially for super dry Matte lipsticks or as a chapstick, etc
    “I go where the money is” ~old co worker’s tattoo

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    * This is a big one and I still forget to check my receipts sometimes- if you buy a lot of items in one trip to the store, read your receipt BEFORE you leave the check out area. I just found out a cashier charged me twice for a cheap item- it's kind of my fault for not checking before I left. BTW the store checker at the exit is only going to make sure you're not taking out an unpaid for item. Any overcharges on your side are your responsibility.

    * Use less laundry soap if you wash your clothing on the regular- it will lessen the wear on the garment, and it's not likely that you need to use that much, especially in the age of High Efficiency washers. Dry your jeans by air instead of the dryer to reduce wear and tear. It's cheaper too.

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    I dry my clothes outside too! I also make my own laundry detergent out of liquid dish soap, Borax and washing soda. Over the years, this recipe really saves you a lot of money.

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    I admit to being a bit nerdy when it comes to things like this, for example, I make my own skin cream/moisturizer. I'll get a lotion/skin cream from CVS/Walgreens with at least 10% urea and then I add argan oil and coconut oil. Works better than anything I've ever bought over the counter.

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    The local dollar store in my stripper town has essentials like granola ( good mixes too .... dried fruit / nuts ) , coconut water , energy drinks.

    I'm so glad I went in there to get road food and drinks. It saves me so much time to be able to make a meal of whatever is in my baggie of snacks and always have food of some sort at the club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Selina M View Post
    Food/Household:
    - Dollar store for dry goods (cleaning supplies, etc.)
    - Winco & Walmart are the cheapest grocery stores I've found. Fry's and Albertson's are like 30% higher in price sometimes.
    - Buy in at least semi-bulk... like multiple pounds of meat, or stock up if there's non-perishables on sale.
    - Learn to cook. Oh my God. Seriously. The amount of $$ I spent on eating out decreased by a landslide when I learned how to cook a few basic things + bought a crockpot. There's some crockpot meals that you can get 3-4 meals out of and they cost like $3 to make, AND all you had to do was throw shit in the pot.
    IMHO this was the best advice given in this thread. Not to say that all of the advice isn't great, but you only do most of this stuff once in a while and laundry savings are pennies a load at best. We have to eat multiple times per day and it's expensive to eat decent food outside the house. It takes a little upfront investment to fill up the spice rack, get some decent cookware and enough storage containers to freeze stuff, but after that it's all sledding downhill.

    The more you can cook, the more money you'll save and the better you'll eat. Just don't be afraid to make mistakes while you're learning - it's trial and error for sure. When you buy food from a restaurant, you're not paying for the cost of food because that's the cheap part - you're paying mostly for the cost of labor and the preparation knowledge. In my house the food is now better than I can get in most local restaurants, but that took time. The more your skills develop, the more you'll be able to cook endless supplies of good stuff on the cheap. Now we have a freezer chest that we dump sale meat into. Back when I was single, I used to break it up in freezer bags.

    Anyway, just my fwiw.

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    I dry my clothes outside too! I also make my own laundry detergent out of liquid dish soap, Borax and washing soda. Over the years, this recipe really saves you a lot of money.
    Borax + Dawn dish soap is a great dupe for degreaser.

    More savings tips- eBay. It's not as great as it used to be but for the purchasers they can get a lot of nice things for pennies on the dollar. I buy all my LV bags on there.

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    Going vegetarian helps me save money also going to the library for entertainment or a walk outside

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