Beauty Review | Festival Ready with Daniel Sandler & Inika.

Over the next couple of months so many of you will be preparing to go to festivals, I’m already jealous of those of you who went to Glastonbury and my Facebook news feed is filled with photos from Lovebox and Benicassim. Whether you’re there for the weekend or just a day, here are a few beauty bits to keep you going and make sure you stand out from the crowd!

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First things first, a floral crown and a cool pair of sunglasses. Floral crowns are definitely having their moment this summer but there is no need to break the bank and fork out silly amounts just for a festival, because chances are its going to get ruined, broken or lost. Primark have got some really cool festival things in this season, like this floral crown which was £4 and these sunglasses which were £3.

Next up, bright make up! And make up that doesn’t melt in the heat or wash away in the rain.

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Daniel Sandler Watercolour Fluid Blush C/O The Ideas Network.

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This is my first experience with Daniel Sandler’s infamous watercolour blushes, but it is all positive! The formula is amazing, it comes out quite watery and instantly blends out to a lovely blush, you can easily build it up to make it a much stronger colour, or blend it out to define your cheeks. This is the colour Acid which is available from Amazon for £15.50. He has such a wide range of colours, I can’t wait to get my hands on some more. I wore the blusher on one of the warmest days in London and travelled to France in it, safe to say it was still put when I landed at the other end.

Another way to have fun with your make up at a festival is with eye shadow, the brighter the better!

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INIKA Mineral Eyeshadow C/O The Ideas Network.

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I’d never heard of Inika before, but they are kind of like Bare Minerals (who I have recently become very obsessed with!) I am having a major love of mineral make up at the moment, it seems to love my skin and have a really good staying power… even in 30 degree heat. Inika is available from Amazon and the eyeshadow costs £10.15, this is the colour Blue Steel. Mineral make up is really good for oily skin, my eye lids aren’t really really oily, but this eyeshadow works perfectly in the corners blended out to give a bold smoky look or as one solid colour to make your eyes pop.

Go on make me jealous… tell me what festivals your going to!

Agnes D.

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4 Comments

    • October 21, 2014 / 9:52 am

      I really want to try more of Daniel Sandler’s liquid blushes, they are incredible! xo

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