20th June 2017
Festival Beauty Survival Guide

With Glastonbury just around the corner, we bring you part two of our festival themed posts. We have put together a beauty survival guide containing tips, tricks and all the essentials you need before heading off into the fields this summer...

Festival Beauty Survival Guide

Planning and preparation is key when it comes to festival beauty. You can be certain there’s going to be late nights, loud singing and (lots of) alcohol so it is essential you plan and prepare for what your bodies are about to endure. We understand however, it can be hard to do this without over filling your bags with an abundance of products, so we have chosen a selection that will save space, money and most importantly keep you feeling fresh for longer.

One of the fastest and most efficient ways to ensure your festival toiletries bag is full proof and won’t let you down is to pick up a Soap & Glory’s Happy Glamper Kit. This survival kit covers all of the key areas when it comes to your festival beauty stash. It contains dry shampoo, face wipes, foldaway hairbrush, body spray, rain poncho, black eyeliner, and a nifty little lipstick – ALL of which comes in its own rucksack, perfect for transporting the products to and from those questionable festival toilet and wash areas. 

Tip 1: Pack a mirror. The foldaway hairbrush in Soap & Glory’s kit does come with its own, but we think best to pack a compact one that can be kept on you at all times, you never know when it may come in handy!

Tip 2: Don’t take yourself too seriously, a festival is a time to relax, switch off from the outside world and embrace the environment around you so DO buy glitter, DO wear bright colours, and remember – everyone is in the same, muddy, boat! We recommend Topshop's £5 Face Glitter...

 

Tip 3: Lip-balm. There is nothing worse than the feeling of dry lips when there's no Carex or Vaseline in sight, so be sure to pack a moisturising lip product that will get you through.  Plus, it can also be used as a quick repair for any unwelcomed dry areas of skin. We recommend this £5.99 PAW PAW Moisturising Balm...

Tip 4: BB or CC Cream. The last thing you want is to be spending time carefully applying your foundation in the morning. A good BB or CC Cream can moisturise your skin whilst providing coverage that doesn’t run the risk of appearing too heavy.  (SPF coverage is generally higher in BB and CC Creams and so it will also provide you with that little added protection)

Tip 5: Embrace the braid. This hairstyle will be your best friend once the weekend starts to take its toll on your locks. The resilience of this style also means that you can sleep on it without it having to completely redo it in the morning – amazing! 

Festival Beauty Survival Guide

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