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For the festival season that is almost upon us, we have found some of the loveliest and prettiest make up looks and tips to make you stand and shine throughout the festival season!

 

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 Brilliant Indigo Blue Mascara

£23.80

Make your eyes pop this summer!  Be brave and try the NEW Artistry Signature Eyes Volume Mascara in brilliant indigo blue. This revolutionary, colour-intense FullFx formula increases volume up to 600%, while creamy conditioners smooth, gloss and enrich lashes. MagnaBoost brush technology creates simultaneous volume and separation for added drama

 

Smooth, Creamy Eye Crayon Trio

£43.05

Perfect for the Festival Goer to the Office Worker, these handy Crayons are very easy to apply. The Artistry Indigo Skies Eye Crayon Trio has a long-lasting, lightweight formula that glides on smoothly thanks to its creamy texture, and then dries to a perfect powder. Use as either a shadow or a liner to shade, define and highlight eyes in three stunning shades; Indigo (luminous navy), Sky Blue (shimmering silvery blue) and Desert Sand (warm gleaming beige)

 

 

 

 

 

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ALANNIA

£16.95

Happy. Peaceful. Celtic.

Ideal for accessorising at festivals or on the beach, Alannia is a Celtic inspired metallic transfer tattoo collection. With 4 sheets of various metallic coloured transfers, this collection gives lot’s of possibilities, and is perfect to mix and match or share with friends

MARTHA

£16.95

Fun. Regal. Gypsy-Chic.

The Martha collection of metallic transfer tattoos bring a mix of fun, regal and gypsy chic designs, ideal for mixing and matching for all occasions. With 4 sheets of mixed metallic and black transfer tattoos they are perfect for sharing with friends be it on the beach or formal event

 

 

 

 

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Comb In Hair Chalk

£4.00

Dive into the coolest hair trend on the block with this amazing Comb In Hair Chalk!

Pop some pretty pastels into your hair quickly and easily with a nifty comb that you simply have to run through your lovely locks. From highlights to awesome full-hairdos, add up to four colours at once. No need to worry about messing about with bleach and dyes – wow your friends at festivals and meet-ups with outstanding hair accents that can be rinsed out as easily as putting them on!

 

 

 

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Mood Maker Colour Changing Polish Orange 2 Pack

£5.00

When festival time is on the horizon, glam yourself up with this incredible Mood Maker Nail Polish! This nail polish actually changes colour, turning from one amazing shade to the next!

Put aside that nail varnish remover – whenever you change your mind, so does this polish! Amaze your friends as you shimmy to the beat (whilst your nails shimmer in the spotlight) and put on some glam that’s several shades of unique!

 

 

 

 

 

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If you’re looking for beauty tips for the festivals then look no further! These 10 simple beauty tips from The Iver Academy Make-Up School founder & award-winning make-up artist Liz Tag Wooster will keep you looking picture perfect all weekend long

Stick to a light & dewy base

Festivals call for a pared back beauty routine. A light, breathable base will be your best friend after only a few hours of sleep and a day of dancing in the sunshine ahead. A creamy formula that stays comfortable and imparts a natural youthful glow is perfect – plus you can put it on with your fingers in the middle of a field and still look fabulous. Find one with added SPF for that all important sun protection.

Add some creamy colour

Staying with the cream theme, a cream blush in a pink or peach shade will instantly perk up your cheeks. Easy to blend over your tinted moisturiser, just dab a little onto your fingers and gently tap into the apples of your cheeks to brighten your complexion in seconds.

Keep lips low-maintenance

Pack a moisturising lip balm with SPF to take care of lips and give them a touch of colour. You don’t need a mirror to apply, so it’s easy to touch-up throughout the day. If you want a deeper colour, try working some of your cream blush into your lips, then popping the balm over the top for added shine.

Festival-proof your lashes

Keep lashes looking perfect from the opening act to the headline set with a silicone based mascara. Regular waterproof formulas can still run, and they’re notoriously difficult to remove when you want them to come off. A silicone based formula will ensure the colour doesn’t smudge or run, and you can easily wipe it away with an oil-based remover at the end of the day.

Create an easy, defined eye

Swap the liquid liner for a soft kohl pencil in black or dark brown to quickly add definition. Work it into the upper and lower lash line and smudge lightly with your finger for a subtle, hazy eye. To intensify your look and make your lashes appear thicker, try lining your upper lashes by running the kohl pencil gently along the upper waterline of your eye.

Sweep on a shimmering shadow

Whilst most make-up gets stripped back, it’s always fun to add a bit of glitter into the mix at festivals, especially for the evenings. A sweep of shimmery champagne shadow across the lid is a great way to add some sparkle, plus, if used lightly, it can double up as a cheek highlight too.

Don’t forget dry shampoo

A festival essential, dry shampoo is a must-have for seeing hair through the second, third and fourth day of camping. Blast roots with the spray before going to sleep, then tie hair up in a high pony or bun overnight. This will give the dry shampoo a few extra hours to soak up any excess oil, so when you wake in the morning and brush through, your hair will look much fresher.

Embrace messy braids

Sometimes even dry shampoo can’t save you. If your hair becomes too much to handle, try styling it into a messy fishtail plait. These braids usually look better with a bit of ‘grit’ to the hair, so they’re great for creating a cool lived-in look on the third or fourth day of a festival.

Pack a mirror

Your make-up will look ten times better if you can actually see what you’re doing, so don’t forget to pack a small compact mirror in your toiletry bag to use in the tent. If you find one small enough to carry in your bag you can also use it for touch-ups throughout the day.

 

Carry out a quick clean up

Your skin also needs to be looked after, and that means remembering to take your make-up off. Wet wipes are the easiest way to remove everything at the end of the day. Try to find ones that don’t contain alcohol, as these can be drying on skin that is already a little sensitive from sun exposure. If wipes aren’t your style, bring a small bottle of micellar water and some cotton pads – this does the same job and will make light work of eye makeup.

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Festival Bingo Cards

Here’s a fun spin on bingo cards with a festival flavour! Festival Bingo, instead of numbers have festival words on like ‘tune’, ‘selfie’ and the players have to complete the cards, first to complete wins! And let’s face it, even if you don’t win, you’ll never have this much fun playing regular bingo! Get yours from Paddy Power

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