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Cosmetology procedures are a big business, and getting lost in all the numbers is easy. But what do they mean? I decided to look at some of the most popular procedures and see how much they cost behind the scenes. Here's what I found:

Eyebrow Waxing: $10-$20
Eyebrow Tinting: $15-$25
Eyelash Extensions: $100-$200 per set (can last up to 4 weeks)

Cosmetology procedures can be expensive, but did you know there are ways to save money on them? Here are five tips for saving money when getting a cosmetology procedure:

1. Go to a salon with a coupon or discount card. Many salons offer discounts if you show them an online coupon or print out one from their website. You can also ask if any specials are going on during your visit.

2. Ask about discounts if you're having multiple services done at once--like a haircut and color together--or if you're getting more than one service done at once (e.g., waxing and tinting).

3. Ask about discounts if you're bringing in multiple family members or friends who want similar services done at once; many salons offer group rates for this kind of thing!

4. If possible, schedule appointments outside of peak hours (usually between 10 am - 2 pm) when prices tend to be lower because there aren't as many customers around

The first thing to know is that many variables go into calculating your total cost, and these variables can affect the final price tag quite drastically. So, for example, if you're getting a haircut and coloring treatment done simultaneously, your stylist will have to charge you more than if she were just providing one service at a time.

Another factor that affects pricing is location: different states have different regulations regarding pricing transparency and licensing requirements for cosmologists (those who practice cosmetology). For example, some states require cosmologists to disclose their prices upfront; others allow them to set prices without telling customers beforehand. It means that in some states, you might be able to get an estimate before booking an appointment but not in others.

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