Summer is coming and that means so is the festival season! We will be going through all the beauty essentials that you need to take, whether it is a day, one night or a whole weekend.
Always opt for a braided hairstyle, it keeps the hair out of your face and it is perfect for a whole weekend away. Then you do not need to worry about hair straighteners, your daily hair wash or even a can of dry shampoo. However, if you do opt for a hair down festival look dry shampoo will be your best friend, especially if you are camping!
The next must need is face wipes. On a festival occasion, we would say that faces wipes are 100% essential for when you’re camping, as the communal washing areas are not the cleanest places for a full face cleanse. You can find face wipes for all skin types whether your skin is dry, oily or sensitive.
Consider keeping your make-up to a minimum… but lots of glitters! Realistically to fully enjoy a music festival there is not time to complete a full glam face every day. Think about concealer and definitely a waterproof mascara (to stop black smears) topped off with glitter or gems to enhance your festival look. Your skin will thank you later when you get home after giving your face a break from the intensity of a full face. Here are a few recommendations, The Gypsy Shrine (for your glitter needs), Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circles Concealer (at only £8) and Maybelline Lash Sensational Waterproof Mascara (to keep your lashes lush).
Do not forget your suncream! I am not trying to sound like a nagging parent but a suncream is vital at these events. With spending all day in the sun in the middle of summer your skin will easily burn, which can possibly cause health issues, which is something that nobody wants. La Roche-Posay Anthelios Sun Cream Body Spray is a good recommendation as it is quick and easy to apply, that will make your festival experience more hassle-free.
Remember to take deodorant and body mists as this will keep your personal smelling hygiene up to standards. Let’s face it, festivals are not the cleanest of places to be. Put down your expensive perfume and go for cheap brands because you do to want to lose anything of value.
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