4 funky hair trends you have to try this festival season

Festival season is here and with that comes the wonderful world of festival fashion and hair trends. It's time to step out of your comfort zone and go for something totally over the top. Go hard or go home, right?

1. Troll dolls

We’re all still obsessing over the Odolls’ rainbow fishtail braids from Coachella, nothing screams summer more than every colour in one outfit. You can get 20% off Beauty Works hair extensions with UNiDAYS, a festival styling essential. Just braid in some rainbow thread such as this neon mix from Gypsy Shrine and your good to groove.

2. Flower crowns

Flower headbands have made a comeback and they’re bigger and better than ever. Ditch the bohemian crochet for Gypsy Shrine jewels, depending on the unpredictable UK weather, and you’ll be centre stage, almost. Whether you’re braving bare like Emily Shak or glittering up your hairline to complement your crown, don’t forget your grab 20% off at Gypsy Shrine!

3. Protection perfection

If you wanna keep your hair healthy whilst trecking around in the sun all day then do it in style with a patterned head scarf. Think 90’s Christina Aguilera but even sassier.

4. Scrunch it

We have experienced the messiest hair days at festivals and if you’re not one for not so effortless braids then a bright scrunchie is the perfect solution to long hair do care problems. Motel Rocks do some fab neon numbers which will look just as great around your wrist as they do on Lissy Roddy’s messy bun.

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