Reinvent Your Festival Look With These Hairstyles!

Festival season is one of the few times when you can be super creative with your look and try something new! You have your festival fit ready, but what about your hair?  If you’re still looking for a little more inspiration, we've got you covered! Here are four festival styles that are sure to take your look to the next level.

Space Bun Twist


Although space buns might seem played out, they are the most practical style for hot and sweaty festival days. Incorporate hair jewels to your buns to add a spicy flair to this classic style.

Step 1: Gently brush the hair to prep for styling.

Step 2: Part the hair down the middle.

Step 3: Take a quarter of the hair and create pigtails.

Step 4: Twist each pigtail, and roll it up into a bun.

Step 5: Braid the hair that’s left out into two braided pigtails.

Step 6: Add hair rings to both pigtails.


Half Up Half Down


This style isn’t exactly new, but it’s definitely trendy and always the perfect go-to. Plus it keeps your hair out of your face so that you can continue to vibe out to your favorite bands with your crew, without the annoyance of hair in your face. 

Step 1: Gently brush the hair to prep for styling.

Step 2: Part the hair from ear to ear.

Step 3: Pull the top half of your hair up into a high ponytail.


Flower Power Princess


The flower crowns may not be retired just yet, but they are definitely nearing the end of their reign. But what’s a festival without flowers? For a fresh take on flower crowns, arrange the flowers throughout your hair. Here's how to get this flirty, fun look!

Step 1: Cut the flower heads from the stems, be sure to leave a tiny bit of stem attached.

Step 2: Use a bobby pin along the tiny stem.

Step 3: Randomly pin the flowers into your curls.


Glitter Goddess


Glittery roots have become a hot style this season.  In the beginning, a lot of people were hesitant to try this daring style. But the closer we’ve gotten to festival season the more we’ve seen people put their twist on the trend in many creative ways.

Step 1: Secure the lace front down in front using gel and some hairspray.

Step 2: Comb out your baby hairs for a more natural look.

Step 3: Braid two cornrows in the generous 4×4 parting space straight back.

Step 4: Put hair rings in cornrows.

Step 5: Mix the gel and some loose hair glitter together in a mixing bowl.

Step 6: With a mixing brush, brush the glitter between the cornrows from front to back until the roots are all covered.


Which style are you willing to try?