There’s nothing like a festival for an excuse to go all out with your beauty. We’ve been noticing some recurring festival beauty trends that celebrities and beauty bloggers alike are sure to be rocking this season, so if you want to be wearing the beauty looks of the moment then look no further.
Whether you’re wearing them on your nails, face, lips or body; gem details are a trend that’s here to stay!. We love Bella Thorne’s eye brow detail here, and it’s a really easy and inexpensive way to add a little twist to any makeup look.
Another multi-use item, temporary tattoos can be used anywhere to add colour and detail. Our favourite has to be metallic tattoos, especially on hands or on the parting as shown below. (Though good luck washing them out!)
Joico has a gorgeous gift pack, which includes one of their cult conditioning haircare products to keep your locks nourished for the festival season, and some metallic body tattoos too.
Matte metallic lips are everywhere at the moment and we love the fact that they can be worn whether you’re going for a full glam look or something a little more understated. Available in more colours than the rainbow, they’re sure to suit any skin tone too!
Stila has a great range of satin lip glosses which come in metallic shades, perfect for the festival season.
What a better place to experiment with glitter than at a festival? We think the glitter eyebrow is particularly special and it’s a perfect way to add a little bit of sparkle and interest to any beauty look.
Opt for the Stila Magnificent Metals Eyeshadow with Primer, which will add a hit of glitter without budging all festival long.
If you’re feeling a little bolder (and you have a spare 15 minutes in the morning!) why not opt for statement eyeliner? Whether it’s neon, metallic, glitter or anything in between, everyone loves showing off their eyes! If you’re not feeling brave enough coloured mascara is a great alternative too.
Have some fun with the Ciaté London Liquid Chrome Eye Liner, which comes in some really fun and bright colours.