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Great Festival Hair – Lana Del Rey at the Isle of Wight Festival

Member of the Regis Artistic Team Stacy Baldock went to the Isle of Wight festival last weekend and here’s her look at festival hair. But don’t worry if you missed this one, there’s still plenty of amazing summer festivals to come…

“It’s that time of year again, the wellies were out, the tent was packed and the straw hats had been dusted off. It’s festival season! This weekend I hit the Isle of Wight festival and it was, as expected, fantastic!

Out came the funky sunglasses, denim shorts and I didn’t forget my suncream! Not that I needed it much with this English weather! But which products did I pack to achieve that wild festival hair? From the Regis Designline range I had chosen the following products: Texture Tousle, Soft Sculpting Glaze, Powder Boost and Hold Everything Hairspray.

Lana Del Rey was one of the festival highlights. The Born to Die singer looked and sounded fabulous on stage. She’s not an experienced big festival singer considering her relatively recent breakthrough, but she pulled it off like a pro with her fantastic beehive. Check out the video below in how to do a beehive yourself.

Here’s my festival hair diary:

Friday – Fab hair!
We all want to look our best on our first day so I went with ghd-enhanced curls. Before drying I used Designline Soft Sculpting Glaze for shine and to support the curls, then once dry I used Designline Hold Everything Hairspray to finish.

Saturday – Big hair!
I achieved my straight out-of-bed look using Powder Boost on my roots to help create volume, and I finished by working in some Texture Tousle through the mid-lengths and ends.

Sunday – Messy hair!
Once again I used Powder Boost on the roots for volume, scrunched in some Soft Sculpting Glaze and randomly pinned the hair for that random, messy style festivals are famous for. To finish I sprayed in some Hold Everything Hairspray. It does exactly what it says on the tin.

So how will you be wearing your hair for the festivals ahead, or will you choose to hide it all under a straw hat?”

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