As a teenager I stayed in the beauty shop. Every time I wanted a new look I would give my daddy a hug and ask him for the $50.00 it took to get my hair done. The funny thing about going to the beauty shop is that I never came home satisfied. There was always something about my hair that I had to come home and change. I had to put my Joslyn spin on it. I was just Joslyn then not THE THRIFTY FASHIONISTA. Fast forward to college. My Daddy loved me dearly but he was to busy paying tuition to pay for hairstyles. I had to figure out something else to do. What was a broke fashion student in Dekalb, IL to do about getting a fabulous hair cut on limited funds? I tried once to cut it myself but that didn’t go so well. What can I say I majored in FASHION not HAIR. In came my saving grace…………… SUPERCUTS. I have to admit I was a little skeptical at first………………okay I was A LOT skeptical. Not to sound racist but there was not one black stylist that worked in Supercuts and I was concerned that they didn’t know how to cut black hair. I called my mom and asked her if I should try it. She said they all went to beauty school so they should know how to cut anyone’s hair. Made since to me so I took her advice and went to get my first hair cut. They did an awesome job and it only cost $9.99. My hair problems were solved. I have been a SUPERCUTS client ever sense. The moral of this story is that I am thrifty in all aspects of my life. I am THRIFTY and FABULOUS from my HAIR to my toes. I even visited my local SUPERCUTS today for a new hairstyle. The hair cuts have gone up to $13.00 but it’s still a great value. In addition if you go online and sign-up for their mailing list they will send you a $2.00 off coupon. Oh and they have something for you app junkies too. If you check-in on Foursquare while you are in your local Supercuts you will receive special offers. Check out the pictures below of my new fabulous $11.00 haircut. As always until next time my fellow thriftanistas, smooches.