Festival Face in 5

This weekend I have been working at Wilderness festival with Charlotte Tilbury. We are having so much fun using our products in creative ways and helping people to push the boundaries of how they would usually look. So here are 5 of my favourite cruelty free products to create bold and glittery festival looks! 

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 •Urban Decay, Electric Palette 

This palette is really pigmented and has a great range of shades, it's a staple in my freelance kit! It is worth mentioning that Urban Decay are owned by L'Oréal who do test on animals, although they don't sell their products where required by law. Cruelty free beauty has some grey areas! 

•3ina, The essential lipstick, 110

An unusual shade from a really interesting brand! Play around with this, you can use it on the eyes too, the texture is really creamy and it's pretty long lasting for a satin lipstick.

 •Gypsy Shrine, Chunky Silver

Gypsy Shrine are a stand out festival beauty brand that everybody loves! Their products are really fun and their instagram content and tutorials are really inspiring if you are stuck for ideas. 

•Kryolan, Multi Gel

Glitter needs to be stuck with something safe that won't sting around the eyes and keeps it on! This isn't the cheapest option but it works and the size is really handy for travel. 

•Kiko, Super Colour Mascara, 01

Coloured mascara is a great way to introduce bright tones, Kiko makes some really fun colours and they are cheap if its something you aren't sure of.