Festival 2019 Beauty Edit
Whether you’re jet-setting to Glastonbury or playing it cool at Creamfields – we have the indispensable festival beauty products to help you feel glam on the go
1. Puff Me at Sally Beauty, £9.95
We all know that a halo of hair powder is what you need by day two. This genius little product mops up grease without drying your hair out and fits neatly into your handbag.
Click here2. Laura Mercier Rouge Essential Silky Crème Lipstick, £26
This hydrating lipstick comes in natural nudes and festival-ready pinks, reds and corals. Plus it lasts for up to 6 hours without re-applying.
Click here 3. Wet Wipes: DeoDoc Intimate Deo Wipes at Cult Beauty, £15
Wet wipes rule from top-to-toe during festival season – but make sure yours are female, earth and mascara friendly. We love…
the DeoDoc Intimate Deo Wipes at Cult Beauty, £15. They’ve been developed by a gynaecologist to cleanse while keeping PH levels balanced, and they will leave you smelling sweet when there's no decent shower in sight.
4. The Body Shop Vitamin E Gentle Facial Cleansing Wipes, £7
These dissolve make-up without rubbing your face up the wrong way and are biodegradable too.
5. Magic Mirror, from £19
These are made from super reflective acrylic and make doing make-up a breeze as they can be attached to the back of train seats or stuck onto metal lockers in the gym. They are also festival-friendly, being completely shatterproof, which means they won’t be confiscated at Glastonbury this year.
6. Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray, £10
Keeps make-up in place for 16 hours, so there’s no need for touch-ups mid-performance.
7. Pixi Sun Mist SPF30, £18
A brilliant sheer mist that can be used under or over make-up, as well as on décolletage, shoulders and arms – after all, there’s nothing worse than burning on day one.
Click here8. Seams Hand Cream, £14
Seams Couturiers Hand Cream was initially created for seamstresses to help mend and moisturise their hardworking hands without leaving an oily residue on fabrics – so this is perfect to slather on and go.
9. Boudoir Lashes at Harvey Nichols, from £105
If there’s one beauty treatment you should have before a festival, it’s a lash extension treatment. They stay put for weeks and can be as natural or flamboyant as you like (which means you’re not fiddling around during gig time trying to fix your falsies). We love the new boutique at Harvey Nichols for a fluttery set of natural feeling lashes.
10. Wild Glitter Biodegradable Glitter Rainbow Multipack, £16.50
This is completely guilt-free glitter as it’s made from natural plant-based materials, so it will break down in soil and seawater. It also comes in a whole host of sizes, textures and colours.
Click here11. The Natural Deodorant Company, £2.50
Weighing in at just a mere 5g, these natural deodorants are the ideal way to keep you smelling fresh without being toxic or a heavy burden on the bags either.
Click here12. Margaret Dabbs Hand Sanitiser, £12
A hydrating hand cleanser enriched with oils and plant extracts that leave hands feeling clean, refreshed and most importantly, germ-free.
Click here 13. Saint Iris Adriatica Vitality Spritz, £45
With ingredients like zesty lemon, over 20 wildflower extracts and seaweed, this peptide-loaded spray can be misted over face and body for an instant burst of hydrating refreshment.