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Purse strings are always a little tight at the end of the month. That last week before you get paid can be very boring – no shopping or going out. But it’s actually super easy to continue to look glam even if you are on a small budget. You just need to think outside the box and get creative. Interested in staying glam on a budget? Here is how it’s done:


Look Out for Discounts and Deals

Shops often have sales, offering their products for much cheaper than normal. Usually, sales take place at the end of a season, and the shops need to make space for all the new styles and trends that are coming in. But it is possible to find great deals even when the sales aren’t on. One way to do this is to look out for vouchers and special discount codes. If you have a look online, many money saving websites will feature these quite regularly. Debenhams voucher codes are among the various online deals you’ll be able to find.


Use Household Products for Beauty Treatments

More often than not, there is no point spending a lot of money on expensive beauty and skincare products. One example of this is homemade skin masks. We all know just how amazing skin masks are for keeping skin silky smooth. But they are usually very expensive to buy. One way to keep costs down is to make your own. There are a lot of everyday ingredients that you will find in your kitchen that you can use to make a natural mask.


Jazz Up Old Outfits with Accessories

Outfits and certain items of clothing can quickly become boring and can look drab. Especially if they are from last season. But that isn’t a good enough reason to chuck them out. After all, many styles regularly come back into fashion. But did you know you can update an outfit by simply adding some accessories to it? Add some glitz to your wardrobe with fancy, sparkly handbags. Shoes are another great accessory. They will help you turn a daytime getup into an awesome evening outfit.


Sell Your Old Clothes

If you have some clothes that you know you will never wear again, don’t just throw them in the trash. Put them up for sale on an online auction site. eBay is the most popular and many people log on every day to find cheap clothing, books, and other items. To make sure you get the best price for your clothes, try to keep them in great condition. Don’t forget to also add a postage and packaging price to you listing. If you don’t, you will have to pay for this out of your own pocket, which can reduce your profits. If you make some money, you can put it towards new clothes.


If you follow these steps, you’ll find your wardrobe will look fab while your purse remains full of money. You’ll never dread the end of the month again.