The Price of Being a Woman

The Price of being a Woman

According to this infographic, being a woman isn’t cheap, but growing out gray hair after coloring can equate to big savings.  Anne Kreamer, the author of “Going Gray,” estimated that she spent about $65,000 on hair color over a 25-year period.  And according to a recent survey on our Facebook page, by growing out gray hair and ditching the dye, our readers save anywhere from $700 – $1200 a year.  Just think of what you could do with all that hard earned money!

Here are a few things that could put $1000 to good use:

Start up cost for a business
A family vacation
A wardrobe makeover
A living or family room upgrade
A new laptop
Eight to ten pairs of shoes
Eight to ten manicures and pedis
10-15 hours of massage
A one to two year gym membership
A donation to your favorite charity

Let us know what you would do with money saved from ditching the dye!

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  1. Brown Betty Hair Dye says:

    You forgot Brown Betty hair color dye for the hair 'down there'!


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