Liverpool is home to more beauty outlets than any other city
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The number of outlets does not reflect the total spending, with the inhabitants of Leeds being the biggest annual spenders, spending a whopping £6,994 per year.
London (£6,336) and Coventry (£6,268) make up the top three , slightly ahead of Belfast (£5,858) and Manchester (£5,595).
At the opposite end of the scale the consumers in Aberdeen spend just £2,710 a year, which works out at just £225.83 a month on beauty products and services and all clothing.
When it comes to their hair though it’s the people of Coventry who spend the most at the hairdressers at £750 almost £100 a year more than the people of Glasgow (£657) in second place.
At the bottom of the league table though Aberdeen are once again at the bottom with just £338 a year or £28 a month – so either salons are incredibly cheap up there or there’s no real monthly commitment.
Coventry also tops the list of spending when you add in hair products which takes their annual spend to £923.
The statistics are very different though when it comes to the spending on face products and makeup.
The people of Belfast are the biggest spenders, with an average annual spend of £1205 , closely followed by Leeds on £1197.
Swansea (£1153), Manchester and Chester (£1100) make up the top five while surprisingly the stylish Scottish capital of Edinburgh is bottom of the list, with the residents spending just £610 a year.