|Rapunzel from "Tangled" represents all the ladies with LONG HAIR!|
Long Hair also has some frugal cons. Firstly, you need to buy and use more shampoo (...unless you are doing a 'no poo' thing, in which case, well... hi.) Also, long hair sheds long pieces into your shower faucet, which needs to be cleaned out. Now, you don't need to purchase Drano or Liquid Plumber, necessarily, because you can use baking soda and vinegar. But still, that's baking soda and vinegar you could be using for other stuff such as cleaning your sink or whatever.
|Audrey Hepburn in "Sabrina" reps the short-haired cuties!|
|...I'm not sure who this is. But she is fiercely rocking her bald head |
(and making up for lack of hair with X-long lashes!)
Bald can be very frugal. You don't need *any* shampoo or product, you can just wash your whole head and face with the same soap. But, if you aren't naturally bald, then you need to maintain your baldness with the use of razors. You can use some sort of reusable razor scenario, or purchase numerous disposable blades. One option is more frugal than the other. However, if time is money, you need to shave your head fairly frequently, which could be time-consuming. Although, probably no more time-consuming than brushing long hair or getting short hair trimmed.
I guess all different hairstyles can be as pricey or as frugal as you decide to be. I personally have long hair right now, and it's fairly frugal because I only shampoo a few times a week and get it trimmed every couple of months or so. I also save money by usually just letting it air-dry, however, it is constantly tempting to try out some sort of amazing new hair product (my latest miracle product is Bumble & Bumble Surf Spray, which works REALLY WELL on wavy hair).
So, whatevs. I have to declare a winner, so I think I'll just go with Willow Smith. Sometimes long, sometimes short, but always whipping her hair around with gleeful abandon. Work it, pint-sized pop star!