Do you find girls who pay a lot for their hygiene products a turn off?

I naturally have really bad, frizzy, wild hair and really oily, acne-prone skin. I pay a pretty penny for my hair and skin products because the cheaper stuff just does not work for me. I have a job and I make my own money so I can afford these products. And I'm not so into my looks that I'm primping every 5 minutes. I just prefer to have nice hair and skin, and sometimes that comes at a high cost (plus I buy natural and organic products because they're better for me and the environment).


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Most Helpful Girl

  • sounds like what you're doing is fine.

    but just fyi, try an egg mask - super cheap and works great.

    baking soda can also help some people (make sure it's not irritating to you).

    and castor oil has worked miracles on my skin.

    anyways, just a few super cheap and natural ways to have nicer skin.

    other ones I heard were really good are mashed avocado, or yogurt, but personally haven't tried them.

    by the way, I have used really expensive top of the line skincare in the past, and honestly, I think this natural homemade cheap stuff is just as good...

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    • Oh yeah, I like baking soda for washing my hair and castor oil at night to make it soft. not saying this would work for everyone, but again, I think this works better than some Redken products I've used haha.

What Guys Said 4

  • no I don't fin it a turn off, if you like the way you feel with these products and you have the money to spend on them then I see no problem

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  • No, not a turn off. Your trying to better yourself that's always a plus.

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  • For these things it depends on what it is along with the volume.

    Like I think its ridiculous to pay $50 for a mac brush or $8 for a tiny tube VS lip gloss

    but I'm not a girl and girls know a lot more about make-up then me.

    Like I spend a lot of money on organic things/technology/muscle building but someone who does not know the organic market/technology/muscle building would object to the items I purchase

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  • As long as you aren't spending your partners money the products with the excuse that's its to look good for them.

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What Girls Said 3

  • I think guys generally like it when a girl takes good care of herself. I wouldn't worry about it. And besides, if you didn't use them and it started to show, he'd probably ask you to start using them again. :P

    On a different note, just like you, I've got both horrible frizzy & curly hair and oily skin. I haven't found products that really work yet. Could you help me out by telling me what brands you'd recommend?

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    • Hair: http://www.sallybeauty.com/cleansing-conditioner/SBS-737100,default,pd.html

      http://www.aveda.com/product/CATEGORY14404/PROD5834/Collections/Be_Curly/index.tmpl

      http://sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P189140&shouldPaginate=true&categoryId=4221

      skin: http://sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P174621&shouldPaginate=true&categoryId=5857

      I hope those aren't too expensive, because that's what I use and it works wonders. Also, my hair is curly, but both Aveda and Frederic Fekkai carry

    • (continued) products for other hair types, if you don't have curly hair. I recommend them both. REN has a huge line of skincare stuff, if you don't like the product I liked you. All natural and very good.

    • Thanks a million! :)

  • If you pay for it then nobody can have sh*t to say about it. I think guys only care if you're needy and broke and you're asking him to pay for it. I don't know any guy that would be turned off that you spend your own money that you work for on stuff that you want. and if a guy does think its a turn off send him on his way lol

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  • shouldn't be.

    i do it too, my boyfriend thinks it's "cute". lol

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