Think festival fashion and Kate Moss's inimitable waistcoat and wellies look will no doubt spring to mind, and with Glastonbury just around the corner, we're rejoicing that Mossy has shared her top campsite hair and beauty tips. As well as her five must-pack items, she's given away the secret to keeping your hair and complexion in check over a muddy weekend...
Currently the face and body of St Tropez, Kate knows that a good base tan is the perfect way to keep skin looking fresh when faced over a big weekend: “I always make sure that I have my St.Tropez tan booked in with Nichola Joss. Having a St.Tropez tan before you go is very handy, it covers a multitude of sins and it means that you have always got a healthy glow. Once I have had my tan I am good to go.”
To achieve Kate’s festival glow, St.Tropez skin finishing expert Nichola Joss explains: “Use St.Tropez Self Tan Classic Bronzing Mousse, RRP £20.43 applied with a St.Tropez Applicator Mitt, RRP £3.57. It gives a natural-looking, streak-free result with a flawless finish. A dusting of St.Tropez Powder Bronzer, RRP £20.43 perfects the look with a beautiful contoured effect and enhances the body’s natural shape.”
As for her Kate's tips on how to nail festival make-up, Kate explains: “My festival look is always natural, never too much make-up. For my hair I use a bit of salt spray to create that kind of tousled look, to bring the beach to the festival. Then I also carry a lip stain and eyeliner, you can always put a bit of the lip stain on the cheek and you are ready.”
Wellies may be Kate's normal festival fare, but be prepared to see something more glam on her feet if weather allows: “I’ll be wearing the normal little hot pants and wellingtons. But, if I can get away with a heel then I will.”
Going to Glastonbury Festival? Ms Moss has prescribed us her five ultimate must haves for nailing festival chic…
1. St.Tropez Self Tan Bronzing Mousse
2. Distressed denim hot pant
4. Multi-use cheek and lip stain
5. Salt Spray
Tick them off as you go, ladies.
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