What screams spring more than music festivals? Rising humidity levels and frizzing hair you say? Doesn't have to be!
Here's your guide to festival-inspired looks for your next concert.
Turban headbands are a fun way to introduce a pattern into your outfit, and there are so many ways to wear one. You could wear your curly hair down or in a braid, even with a topknot. This hairdo shows off your hair’s texture while adding a boho pop of color. For the tousled wave look, wash and air dry your hair. Then apply a volumizing mousselike this one from Ojon.
Turban by Reifclothing
Flowers Tucked Into a Fro
Take a cue from Brazilian model Paula Almeida and wear large flowers in the front of your head for a flower child look. Use real or artificial flowers to create this dainty and delicate look.
Flower Crown with Waves
Follow Taylor Swift's flow and slap on a headband. Part your curly locks down the middle of your choosing and put a headband over your head where it will rest towards the top of your forehead.
For added texture, try a fishtail braid-out.
This one is a French twist that leads into a side bun at the nape of the neck towards the back of the head. Variations include turning a twist into a French braid, moving the bun’s locations to either the center of the back of the head or towards the side in view in the front. Flowers and other decorative pieces go well with this style.
Wear a beaded chain head-dress to create a bohemian exotic look. Pick a head dress with a powerful centerpiece in the middle of your forehead to construct an aesthetically and symmetrically pleasing look.
Headpiece by BeadsbyAree
Pair a flower and a head band together to create the ultimate casual but feminine look. Throw your hair into a messy bun with a few face framing strands of hair left out in the front. Throw on a pair of coordinating earrings and you’re all set to go.
Faux Hawks, or fake mohawks, are a fierce look for a fun filled day like a day at a music festival. Wear this ‘do with something edgy like combat boots and large aviator sunglasses to complete the cutting-edge look.
Wear a turban or scarf to keep your hair out of your face if it gets too hot to have your hair on your neck and/or down your back. Bring a scarf or turban with you to the festival that coordinates with your outfit in case you decide you need to wrap up your hair.
Have a Princess Leia moment (or even Baby Spice!) at your next festival with this cute daisy bun set. If you're going to be in the hot heat all day it can sometimes feel best to get your hair up off your shoulders and off your face - and look cute while doing it.
And the hairstyle that looks great in every and all situations...
The perfectly picked-out afro! If you’re about to get your hair to create a thick and full afro, take that and run with it. your unique hair is the object of much envy. Flaunt that!!