Looking your best at a festival is a hard feat but with these tips from Daisy Lowe's make-up artist, Tania Courtney teamed with Salcura, the natural skincare brand for problem skin, you can get the look perfected.
Just remember that multi-purpose products are your essentials.
A must is dry shampoo which can revive greasy locks and add volume. If your hair is prone to frizziness, a good serum will help tame the wildness. Take some fun hair bands for day two-three so you can pile it up in a trendy top knot or fashion a braid in the style of Pixie Lott.
A fabulous multi-tasking product (lips, cuticles, elbows, knees, sunburn) is Saviour by Antipodes. You won't believe how many uses you'll find for this.
Go bright. MAC's Paint Pot in Pure Creating delivers highly pigmented bright blue, or try Rubenesque for a brilliant bornoz. Rimmel's Waterproof gel eye liner will stay on all day and night and has a handy brush attached for a trendy cat's eye flick alla Alexa Chung. You can even use it to paint on a fun butterfly or flower on the cheek.
Pack a product luike Stila's Convertible Colour which can be used on cheeks and lips. You can even use it as face paint.
Festivals are great for experimenting and getting away with things. Try a nail art pen over the top of your favourite polish and apply a layer of Rimmel's 10 day top coat to keep nails chip free and looking polished.
Fake tan can give you a healthy sun-kissed look without frying in the sun. For an added glow, rub a little St. Tropez Shimmer Stick down the front of legs, shoulders, arms and décolletage.
Baby wipes are a must. Use to cleanse, to remove make-up, and for those muddy shoes and sticky finges. And an oil-free face cream for day/night to keep the sweat away.
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Femalefirst Taryn Davies