Budgeting For Prom

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With prom season quickly approaching girls are going to be spending a lot of money on dresses, hair, makeup, etc. However there is an easy way to avoid the super heavy cost.

With many resources at our fingertips, if we dig deep enough we can find great deals and easy alternatives to the super expensive price tag that goes along with prom.
Prom dresses these days can cost anywhere from hundreds to thousands of dollars. Some people can’t afford these obscene prices and think it’s a waste since you only wear the dress once.

There is an easy way to avoid these crazy prices. On charlottescloset.com,  you can borrow/rent dresses and return them when your done. Also borrowing a friends dress is a great alternative to buying your own dress.  
Hair and makeup at a salon can cost a person about $150 or more on average. Just doing your hair and makeup at home will save you tons of money. Also you can have other family members or friends do it for you so that you don’t stress if you don’t know how to do it on your own.
Along with hair, makeup, and dress prices there is more that goes along with prom costs. Unfortunately you can’t skip out on the cost of a ticket, but you can skip out on the price of transportation. Instead of spending hundreds on a limo, carpooling with friends is a great way to save cash and have fun on the way to the big night.


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