A Hair Raising Deal - 05/08/14

  This is going to be a quickie blog because it's about a Saving You Money story I'm working on that airs in about an hour.  I'm on deadline--- but wanted to let you in on this hair raising deal.  
   Speaking for myself, a good haircut and color makes me feel like a new woman. A good salon, where the stylists are highly trained in the latest technique, is going to charge you anywhere from $150 to $300 for that service. 
    If that's not in your beauty budget at the moment, let me let you in on a little secret.  Many high end salons here in Nashville will cut your hair and even color it for FREE! 
All you have to do is agree to be a hair model for a few hours.   Stylists at these salons are making frequent trips to New York and LA where they're learning new tricks of the trade.  They come back and teach other fellow stylists and the only way to learn is with practice, right?  Who wouldn't be a guinea pig to save three C-notes?
     Watch tonight's Saving You Money segment to find out how it works and how you can sign up.  If you miss it, don't worry.  You can always catch it later at fox17.com under the Saving You Money tab.
      Here's to great hair!!!   

 

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WINTER WEATHER-ENOUGH IS ENOUGH

HAMBURG, NY (AP) -- Enough is enough. That's how Tami and Dave Crimi feel. They're used to harsh winter weather in the Buffalo, New York, area. But this year's is never ending to them. Tami says she's "tried of being cold." A November storm dropped more than six feet of snow and their roof collapsed. Now, they've spent more than 100 days in a hotel with their 10- and 12-year-old sons and two dogs. Tami says usually they don't mind Buffalo winters.

DC-CROSS-COUNTRY E7110

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The heavy snow in Washington didn't keep Rob Pressly at home. He says he was going a little stir crazy after doing some work. So, Pressly strapped on his cross-country skis to take a tour of Capitol Hill. He's been skiing for years. But he says this is the first time he's ever done it in the city. He adds it took about 20 minutes to ski from his home to the Capitol area.

CATCH SHAGGY

CASCADE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) -- It's a Shaggy dog story -- with Shaggy getting a new home. Shaggy the dog has been on the run for months in the Grand Rapids, Michigan, area. The dog was dubbed Shaggy because of his rough look from so much time outdoors. Shaggy had eluded repeated capture attempts since being spotted in July. But Shaggy has been caught by Melissa Borden of the Devoted Barn, an animal rescue group. She says she and an area homeowner had been working to win the dog's trust. She says Shaggy will now live at the Devoted Barn.

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POTTED PLANT TOILET

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) -- Pooping in a potted plant is a legal no-no. Police in Omaha, Nebraska, report a 32-year-old man was busted after he pooped in one plant and peed in another at a federal office. The Omaha World-Herald reports the man was in the waiting room area of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services building. He's pleaded guilty to indecent exposure and received a five-day jail sentence in lieu of paying a fine. Police say the man told them -- quote -- "Sometimes you have to let the bear outside the woods."

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