Festival hair is all about trying something new. Break out the temporary dye and flowers, we picked our 5 favourite styles for you to rock all weekend.


As Fresh as a Daisy

Ditch the flower crowns in favour of smaller, delicate blossoms. Use the Cura LUXE and SoftCurl diffuser to define your hair’s natural texture and weave in flowers into one section of hair. Purposely placed flowers instantly turn heads – don’t forget to let your flower child frolic around the festival grounds for the afternoon!

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Baby Prisms

This style might require a pre-festival trip to your stylist or a friend who knows her way around a paint brush and temporary hair paint. Use the SinglePass LUXE to straighten strands first so the delicate patterns really stand out. Swipe these colorful reflections on one section or paint a few in your hair for kaleidoscope strands.

Short and Sweet

Gals with short hair, rejoice! Add bends to shorter tresses with the Twirl Convertible, then gather the top layers into a small, poofy top knot and secure with pins. Keep bangs and hair out of your face so you can focus on the important things: great music, making memories with friends, and getting the perfect ‘gram in front of the ferris wheel. 

On the Band-ana Wagon

Once the sun goes down and the dust settles, pull double duty with your bandana by creating a knotted headband on the fly. Once your hair is up in a bun or ponytail, roll your bandana into a 1-2” strip, wrap it around your head, then tie a small knot and tuck the ends underneath the bandana. Plus, this style is perfect for hiding oily strands after a day of jamming to your favourite artists!

Source: Paper n Stitch

Strand-ed in the Desert

Keep cool by keeping your hair off your neck on day 3 of your festival. This intricate but Instagrammable 4-strand braid checks all the boxes for festival hair – on trend, polished, and fun! Don’t forget to use a serum or spray to keep flyaways at bay and your hair in place all day!

Source: Alex Gaboury

August 08, 2018 by T3 Haircare UK
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