All Made Up Hair and Beauty prenton Wirral

Five of the best festival products

FG_AUTHORS: Who Can Cut It?

Best festival products

When it comes to going to a festival it’s important to get your mix of beauty products and essentials just right. After all you still want to look fabulous even though the conditions might not always help you out.

To make life easier here’s our pick of the five best festival products on the market.

Best festival products

Filthy Festival Wash Kit from Pits and Bits £6.99[1]

The waterless products from Pits and Bits allows you to stay clean without any washing or rinsing – or even any water.

Designed to leave skin soft and clean, the liquid should be applied directly to the area and massaged to lift dirt and whilst wet and soapy, remove by towel drying.

Each pack contains one Towel Off Shampoo, Towel Off Body Wash and two packs of Expanding Wipes.

Untitled design (15)

Hair Art from Fudge Urban £3.99[2]

Sometimes it’s hard to keep hair looking fabulous without your straighteners and blow drier so how about adding colour as a distraction?

Fudge Urban Hair Art is a spray in and wash out formula, which gives instant colour for an instant style.

Available in four pastel shades, the intense colour pigments ensures the highest coverage. The spray may be used to create vibrant streaks, with graphic stencils, or for an all over colour change.

Shades includes Violet Haze, Coral Crush, Pink Ink and Turquoise Noise.

Best festival products

Moisturising Hand Sanitizer from Mad Beauty £2.99[3]

Designed to kill 99.99% bacteria whilst leaving hands soft, this pocket sized, non-sticky, lightly fragranced hand sanitizer is sprayed in a fine mist leaving hands moisturised and freshly scented.

The Moisturising Hand Sanitizer range comes in three scents including Lemon, Melon and Aqua.

Best festival products

Batiste’s collaboration with Ella Henderson £3.29[4]

Dry shampoo is a must in every festival goes bag but the limited edition range from Batiste is our new favourite.

The Batiste 2015 Ella Henderson campaign captures Ella’s essence and soulful sound in a new, limited edition Batiste variant, with the design and fragrance chosen by Ella herself.

The dry shampoo, which is designed to refresh and style hair in seconds, contains top notes of vanilla, mixed with a coconut mid tone and a base of sandalwood, cedarwood and musk.

Best festival products The Ultimate Festival Kit Pink for Girls – £24.95[5]

Finally, if you want to make packing as simple as possible let someone else do it for you.

The kit contains 19 essentials (some practical, some fun) all packed together in a drawstring bag.

Products include such things as a poncho, a first-aid kit and waterless shampoo, as well as glow sticks, ear plugs, UV face & body paint and sunscreen.

References

  1. ^Pits and Bits £6.99 (www.filthyfox.co.uk)
  2. ^Fudge Urban £3.99 (www.superdrug.com)
  3. ^Mad Beauty £2.99 (www.madbeauty.com)
  4. ^with Ella Henderson £3.29 (www.superdrug.com)
  5. ^Kit Pink for Girls – £24.95 (www.ultimatefestivalkit.com)

Read more http://www.whocancutit.co.uk/2015/06/five-of-the-best-festival-products/

Call Us Now

Book an appointment

Prenton Salon

706 Borough Road
Prenton
Wirral
CH42 9JE

0151 608 9654

 Monday  Closed
 Tuesday  10am - 6pm
 Wednesday  10am - 6pm
 Thursday  10am - 7pm
 Friday  9am - 6pm
 Saturday  9am - 6pm

What's The News

Get The Look: Paul Costelloe LFW SS19

Get The Look: Paul Costelloe LFW SS19

FG_AUTHORS: Who Can Cut It?Who Can Cut It?[1] 10th October 2018 References^Who Can Cut It? (www.whocancutit.co.uk)...

Read more

Get The Look: Paul Costelloe LFW SS19

Get The Look: Paul Costelloe LFW SS19

FG_AUTHORS: Who Can Cut It?Who Can Cut It?[1] 10th October 2018 References^Who Can Cut It? (www.whocancutit.co.uk)...

Read more

Liverpool is home to more beauty outlets…

FG_AUTHORS: Who Can Cut It?The number of outlets does not reflect the total spending, with the inhabitants of...

Read more