Last weekend Glastonbury officially kicked off the festival season. Complete with rain, sun, mud and partying (of course), there are a few things you should take along with your tent to feel fresh and look great.
So, once you’ve packed your sleeping bag, glow sticks and wellies, make some room for these:
Use these to remove dirt/make-up and feel refreshed. Try Yes to Cucumbers Soothing Facial Wipes (£3.99), these are cooling and smell fresh, helping you feel cool, calm and revitalised all weekend.
When showers are scarce, dry shampoo is a girl’s best friend. Helping to refresh volume and scent, these beauties need zero water. Try Philip Kingsley’s One More Day Dry Shampoo (£6 for 50ml) the micro fine formula means you won’t be left with chalky fall-out.
Essential when your access to showers are limited. Pop a mini can of deodorant in your bag to stay smelling sweet – Dove’s mini version (£1.20) is great when trying to pack light.
Lip and cheek colour
You’ll probably avoid a full-face make-up look when dancing the weekend away, so stick to multipurpose products. Pixi’s Succulent Lip Twin in Poppy Red (£12) has a pretty lip tint, then flip the cap and you have a cream blush to perk up your complexion.
On the off chance that the sun does show itself over a festival weekend, it is important to be prepared! Pack Clarins’ UV Plus HP Teinted Version, SPF 40 (£31) as it’s nice and light, non-greasy and has a subtle tint of colour. This means you can get away with wearing less make-up over the weekend – perfect.
Soothing dry lips, rough skin and nicks and cuts – a multipurpose balm is a must-have for festivals. Try Lanolips Travel Size 101 Ointment (£7.99), you can even use it to add a sheen to eyelids or brow bones.
You can’t go to a festival without a little glitter, so be sure to grab some sparkle before you leave. We love Urban Decay’s Heavy Metal Eyeliners (on sale at Debenhams for £8.66) which are easy to wear and still eye-catching.