A must product for glam festival hairstyles is dry shampoo – they have been around for a while now, and therefore there are a lot more on the market! Here are a few options, all of which have their pros and cons!
Probably one of the most well-known is the Batiste. The thing I really love about these is that they come in the 50ml handy size and in many different fragrances. The only thing I would say is that it works better with blonde hair, as it comes out with a strong white colour! But as the cheapest at circa £2 for the 50mls size, you can’t really go wrong!
Ojon Rub in Rub out cleanser, is the most expensive. But the majority of it’s ingredients are natural, including a velvety-smooth, golden elixir extracts, which is obtained from the nut of the native Ojon tree. It still being hand-extracted according to ancient, eco-friendly traditions, so it’s totally worth the price. I love this because it is colourless so works well on any shade of hair and also comes in mini size as well as large from £9 – £18.
This has to be my personal favourite, John Frieda Volume Refresher with no distinctive fragrance or colour. You can recreate volume whilst refreshing the roots, or when fine hair begins to fall flat or when it becomes a little greasy. It refreshes style by absorbing oils for a fresh, full look. It can be used anytime, anywhere and costs about £7.
If you have space in your bag, you can’t beat a backcombing brush to help revive your hair!
Head Jog Teasing Brush 103 is a professional styling brush ideal for teasing and backcombing hair for added volume. Featuring 3 rows of 50% Boar and 50% Nylon bristles Head Jog’s Teasing Brush is lightweight and has an ergonomically designed handle for ease of use and comfort and also had a sectioning tail too, and comes at bargain price £3.
Mason and Pearson brush – what’s not to love and it even comes in pocket size, perfect for a festival bag! It is a pure bristle and nylon hair brush which means when you are backcombing the hair, its teases the hair rather tearing! The Mason Pearson hairbrush is a little on the expensive side at £30, but in my opinion well worth it, had mine for at least 5yrs.
Happy spending 🙂
Beauty Call Hair and Makeup Artist / Franchisee for Southend & Romford postcode areas