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With Glastonbury just around the corner it is time to dust off your wellies and get into the festival spirit. Whether you are watching the festival from the comfort of your own home on TV or are actually heading down to the festival site, make sure you do it in style by following our guide to perfect festival inspired hair.
After three days in a field your hair can often feel less silky smooth and more frazzled mess. Although getting back to your normal style may seem impossible, spending a few minutes on a morning giving your hair a little TLC can make all of the difference to how you look and how you feel.
If your hair is suffering from greasy roots, simply spritz with dry shampoo and leave for a few minutes before massaging into hair and brushing through. A good dry shampoo will absorb moisture and give hair an extra dash of much needed volume. Once you had got rid of the grease, take advantage of the extra height and work hair into a messy beehive or bun.
If you were unlucky enough to get caught in a rain shower and your hair is looking more like hedge than a barnet, it is easy to get it back to its best. Arm yourself with a spray bottle of water, a comb and a bottle of leave in conditioner. Spray all of your hair so that it is wet enough to be easily combed through, once you have combed out your hair tightly braid it into two pigtails and secure with the elastic band. Add a 50s style hair scarf and rock the retro look for a day whilst letting your hair dry. Take out the braids the next morning and spritz with leave in conditioner for sleek waves that will see you through another day of bands!
If you fancy completely changing up your look at the festival why not consider adding hair extensions to your hair before you go? Extensions are ideal for giving you a versatile look that can be changed each day, perfect for you style chameleons out there! We love the extensions available at celebrity favourite Additional Lengths, browse the full range online at http://www.additionallengths.co.uk
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