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Monday, January 4, 2010

Free haircuts?

Did you know that many beauty school not only offer inexpensive pedicures, manicures, facials, waxing but also may offer FREE haircuts to certain individuals (seniors, students, kids)? In my hometown the beauty school offers FREE haircuts to people on certain days in the month and to certain types of people (like I mentioned above - seniors, children and students) but you have to call ahead and find out.

I know Tri-Tech has a Cosmetology program through Claire's Beauty School and I've seen FREE haircut coupons from Tri-Tech's beauty school program so if you're looking for a FREE haircut give the beauty schools a call. This goes to my readers outside the Tri-Cities. Find out if your local beauty school offers free haircuts and when. Can't hurt to pick up the phone and ask.

Local beauty schools:

Academy of Cometology LLC
214 Torbett St
Richland, WA
946-0980

Claires Beauty School
104 N 4th Ave
Pasco, WA
547-8871

Victoria's Academy of Cosmetology
314 W Kennewick Ave
Kennewick, WA
586-9979

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