Flower Power

 



This look is ideal for the first day when your hair is clean and spirits are high!  Try a natural looking 70s inspired soft wave, lightly spray your hair with a texturizing spray (try Tony and Guy Texturizer) and curl a few sections with a large barreled curling wand and top with a floral crown.


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To compliment the boho waves, add some cat flick eyeliner and a small dot underneath to give it a Woodstock vintage twist. Keep the base natural but give the skin a healthy glow by adding pink blush, a hint of bronzer and plenty of highlight (try The Balm Luminizer) . Swipe the lips with a touch of moisturizing gloss and you’re good to go.




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The Bohemian

 


Spruce up that second day hair with a quick spray of the festival favorite Baptiste Dry Shampoo. Disguise any remaining grime by popping on a glamorous hair crown and add some boho plaits to small sections to give it some festival edge.

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To hide any eye dark circles from the excessive partying the day before, go for a sultry smokey bronzed eye. Try the Rimmel London Scandal eyes shadow stick in Bad Bronze and add some dots underneath to up the fun.



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The Flapper 

 


Got last day greasy locks that dry shampoo just wont banish? Have no fear, the headband is here!
Grab yourself a funky patterned headband like this one from Primark, brush your hair and then roll into into the band. It’s super quick and easy to do and perfect for keeping your hair off your face whilst you bust some dance moves.

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For the makeup it’s time to go all out with the crazy colours, because if you can’t do it at a festival then when can you? Again keep the base simple and have the focus all on the eyes, try Rimmel Scandaleyes eyeshadow in Blamed Blue across the lid for a pop of extra jazziness.


*This post first appeared on Yahoo Style

Flower Power

 



This look is ideal for the first day when your hair is clean and spirits are high!  Try a natural looking 70s inspired soft wave, lightly spray your hair with a texturizing spray (try Tony and Guy Texturizer) and curl a few sections with a large barreled curling wand and top with a floral crown.


• • • • • • •

To compliment the boho waves, add some cat flick eyeliner and a small dot underneath to give it a Woodstock vintage twist. Keep the base natural but give the skin a healthy glow by adding pink blush, a hint of bronzer and plenty of highlight (try The Balm Luminizer) . Swipe the lips with a touch of moisturizing gloss and you’re good to go.




• • • • • • •

The Bohemian

 


Spruce up that second day hair with a quick spray of the festival favorite Baptiste Dry Shampoo. Disguise any remaining grime by popping on a glamorous hair crown and add some boho plaits to small sections to give it some festival edge.

• • • • • • •

To hide any eye dark circles from the excessive partying the day before, go for a sultry smokey bronzed eye. Try the Rimmel London Scandal eyes shadow stick in Bad Bronze and add some dots underneath to up the fun.



• • • • • • •

The Flapper 

 


Got last day greasy locks that dry shampoo just wont banish? Have no fear, the headband is here!
Grab yourself a funky patterned headband like this one from Primark, brush your hair and then roll into into the band. It’s super quick and easy to do and perfect for keeping your hair off your face whilst you bust some dance moves.

• • • • • • •

For the makeup it’s time to go all out with the crazy colours, because if you can’t do it at a festival then when can you? Again keep the base simple and have the focus all on the eyes, try Rimmel Scandaleyes eyeshadow in Blamed Blue across the lid for a pop of extra jazziness.


*This post first appeared on Yahoo Style

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