It’s best to begin the festival with freshly washed hair and a blow dry with lots of volume. The volume should last you through to the next day. Avoid using too much styling product; remember you probably won’t be able to wash it out, so you have to give yourself something to work with later in the festival!
A luxe (but effortless-looking) blow dry allows you to free your tresses and work some perfectly on-trend beach waves, so you can begin the festival channeling your inner festival-it-girl without sacrificing great hair for days 2 and 3.
MADE FOR BRAIDS
Now is the time to incorporate some creative summer styles into your hair. The roots may be looking a little greasy after a day and night of partying outdoors. Braids have been everywhere so far this festival season. From box braids and Dutch braids, fish trails braids to halo braids; braids can give your hair a perfect update for day 2- whilst keeping you right on trend.
Try a halo braid to distract away from your roots. A halo braid just goes around the top of your head, so you can still make the most of your blow dry from the day before, leaving the bottom half of your hair free.
HAT HAIR THAT YOU WANT
Day 3 offers the perfect opportunity to try a hair accessory you might avoid otherwise. Take it back to the nineties with a bandana or a boho chic straw Fedora. Covering your scalp will help to keep any greasy tresses under wraps and protect your scalp from the sun, reducing your risk of sunstroke or sun damage.
End Split Ends serum is a day 3 festival hair must-have. It's small enough to pop-in your rucksack and each application packs an extra nutritious punch. You can apply it on dry or towel dried hair, to re-hydrate your festival-weary locks.