The price for the hair extensions after-pay program started at $100,000 per woman for the first year.
That figure dropped to $50,000 for the second year.
But after that, it rose to $60,000.
And after that it rose again to $70,000 by the third year, according to the program’s website.
The program also includes a $100 discount for hair extensions made after March 1, 2020, when the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare, became law.
The ACA allowed women to get extensions at a rate of $20 for a 20-hour period and $15 for an hour-and-a-half.
Women who don’t qualify for an extension can apply for a two-week extension through Oct. 31, 2020.
After that, they must wait a minimum of three months for the next extension, according the program.
Women applying for extensions can pay up to $20 per hour for extensions and up to 50 percent of their total pay, depending on the length of the extension.
They can apply to get a second extension at a lower rate.
Women can also get extensions in two other categories: the first-time extension, and the extended-care extension.
If women want an extension for a second time, they’ll have to pay $20 up front, but can pay another $10 to get another extension, which will be for another 20 hours.
Women with long-term conditions can apply up to three extensions, but only for up to two months.
After two months, extensions are no longer eligible for the discounted rate.
The government provides free extensions to women who qualify.
It’s also available through private insurers, so women with long commutes may be able to get an extension, too.
The IRS provides a similar subsidy for people who don�t qualify for extensions, though it doesn�t give women an option to get them for free.
Women have until Sept. 30 to pay for an extended extension, or they�ll be left holding the bag.
The cost of extensions, and what the federal government pays to make them, varies from state to state, and from insurer to insurer.
But it’s still a lot of money.
For example, the average cost for a one-year extension is $120,000 in New Jersey.
That’s about $50 per hour, or about $13 per hour per day.
For a two years extension, the cost is $150,000, or $22 per hour.
For an extended-cost extension, it’s $250,000 or $30 per hour a day.
It costs $2,400 to make an extension in New York, about $3,000 to make it in Pennsylvania, about 5,000 a day in Massachusetts, and about 5% of a woman�s pay for extensions in California.
A woman with long commute in New Mexico can get a two weeks extension, but that�s only $1,000 — $1.25 a day, for a total of $1 per hour — according to Melissa Pannett, an associate professor at the University of California, Berkeley, who has studied the health care financing of hair extensions.
The number of women with extensions has grown steadily since the program was launched, Pannetti said.
More than 6 million women have gotten extensions in the last five years, she said.
The average cost of a two week extension in California is $60 a day per woman, according a recent report by the nonprofit Women for Women International.
A study published in July by the Women’s Health Policy Center at the New York University School of Law found that the average rate for an individual extension in 2016 was $60 per day for women.
For women with incomes between $30,000 and $50 and $60 to $100 million, the median cost was $1 million a year, the report said.
Women in the middle and low income brackets, especially those with low earnings and a family size of one, could face the highest rates, according women’s health advocates.
The majority of extensions were made after the ACA took effect, said Jessica Ditto, the program director at Women for Affordable Hair Extensions, an advocacy group.
The rate for women in those groups ranged from 0% to 1% per extension, she told CNBC.
But in the past year, that rate has jumped to about 2%, Pannetts said.
The federal government has provided a $5,000 refundable credit for the cost of the extensions, as well as an option for women to take out a second loan of $10,000 that can be used for extensions.
Even though there is a federal fee for the extension, most women will still be able buy the extensions for less than the cost, Pannon said.
She said she�s seeing women who are going through a tough financial time, so they�re looking for a quick way to get paid and they�