When going to a festival you want to make sure you have plenty of time to enjoy the fun so quick and easy festival hair and make-up fixes are ideal. Try these simple tips to get yourself looking good and ready to party.
Festival Hair Styling tips...
With opportunities to wash your hair few and far between at a festival you want to choose styles that are easy to maintain. Take along a can of dry shampoo
to help combat grease and dirt. Simply spray onto the roots of your hair every morning to keep your hair looking fresh.
A fishtail plait
looks great on long hair or use sleep in rollers
to create loose curls for a hippy vibe. Plait a few small sections of your hair into tiny braids for a boho effect and secure with pins and grips. Add colour with beaded or floral headbands
or use a plaited headband
for a stylish vintage twist.
An up do is a great way to disguise any grease if your hair hasn't been washed for a few days.
Use a backcombing brush
to add volume, using fake buns
for an extra boost of glamour. To give your hair a real festival feel, strands of flash colour
can be clipped in to make a bold, eye-catching statement.
How to achieve glowing skin...
Even if the weather can't be relied upon while you are at a festival, you can still give your skin a gorgeous summery glow. For a few days before you head off, apply fake tan to gradually build up a natural-looking colour. Using tinted moisturiser while you are away is a foolproof way to maintain a sun-kissed look.
The number one rule with festival make-up is it needs to be quick and easy to apply but look great all day and long into the night.
1. Prevent mascara runs by using strip eyelashes for a striking effect.
2. A festival is the perfect time to indulge in dramatic make-up, so add glitter to eyes and cheeks for a gorgeous party look.
3. Sleek Make Up
True Colour Lipstick such as bold reds and deep burgundies look great on lips day or night. Alternatively opt for pale pink or bronze lipstick for a summery touch.
4. Keep your nails looking great by choosing one colour of polish that will complement all your outfits. Very pale tones will show less damage if they become chipped while dark shades are easy to keep looking good by simply recoating the tips when necessary. Add interest by adding tribal designs, gems or glitter for a unique touch.
With a few simple hair and make-up tricks, it's easy to look great at a festival with the minimum of effort.