Prose hairstyling products are a staple of the American hair market and are now more expensive than ever before, according to a new report from the Hair & Beauty Institute.
Prose products include hair brushes, shampoo, conditioners, and soaps.
The price of each product varies by the type of hair product, and they can be purchased online, at retail stores, and at drugstores.
According to the study, the average price of a product is $20.77 per unit, while the average cost of a shampoo is $24.91 per unit.
For shampoo, shampoo foam is the cheapest, costing $3.85 per unit for the shampoo, according the study.
A shampoo and conditioning spray is the next cheapest, at $4.19 per unit in 2020.
On the other end of the spectrum, the study finds that a shampoo, styling spray, and conditioners cost the average $27.19 each, while a gel and conditioning shampoo costs $26.21 each.
In 2020, the hair care products category saw the largest price increases.
The average cost per unit rose by $1.37 per unit and the average purchase price for each product increased by $2.17 per unit from 2015 to 2020.
The cost of each hair product in 2020 was the most expensive in the category, according, the Hair&Beauty Institute.
In addition to price increases, the researchers found that consumers are paying more for products that offer a salon-like experience.
Overall, the cost of products in the salon category increased by about $2,000 per unit between 2015 and 2020, while shampoo was the least expensive.
While some salon products offer spa treatments, the research found that only about 10 percent of salon products are made for spa use.
Additionally, salon products accounted for about 10 to 15 percent of the total costs for hair care services.
The researchers also found that salon products have been the most cost-effective, as the average value of salon services has been increasing since the beginning of the decade.
One of the most commonly used salon products is the shampoo.
Prices increased by nearly 10 percent from 2015 through 2020, but the number of products was reduced by about 20 percent from the previous year.
And, salon shampoo prices increased by almost 10 percent over the same period, but they were the least costly products, the report found.