When it comes to music festivals in London, there’s no denying that the Wireless Festival is up there as one of the best, thanks to its amazing line-up, packed full of talented artists from all over the globe and trendy, yet electric fans.
But don’t fret if you didn’t make the event this summer because we’ve pulled together our favourite hairstyles just for you. And even if you did attend (but were too busy dancing and singing, ahem), you can simply click through our gallery to see the most notable hair at the festival. Have fun!
Wireless Festival 2018: Hair highlights
Jourdan Dunn’s power ponytail
It’s no wonder Joudan Dunn went for an updo with the summer heat wave we’ve been having in London recently.
Showing off her modelling skills, Jourdan posted a picture of her dark brown wavy tresses in a high ponytail. She complemented her ‘beat the heat’ look with chic micro sunglasses for a cool ’90s vibe. Credit: @jourdandunn
Mabel’s straight sleek tresses
The humidity didn’t stop singer Mabel from showing off her raven-coloured locks over the weekend. Wearing her dark hair straight and sleek, Mabel looked every inch a star in this cheeky picture she posted on her Instagram. Credit: @mabel
Editor’s tip: For touch-ups and hair emergencies, while you’re at your festival, keep the VO5 Frizz Free Serum Wand close to hand to quickly tame flyaways and stay frizz free.
Raye’s curly pineapple
Those with curly hair know it’s a struggle to keep your locks popping, especially in the summer heat, which is why we love Raye’s relaxed pineapple.
Ditching her pink hue for a bronde, Raye looked sporty and fab as she prepared to hit the stage in her England football top. Credit: @raye
Lily Allen’s icy pink hue
No party is complete without the after-party, and that’s exactly where singer Lily Allen was spotted. The hair chameleon has tried almost every hue imaginable and her latest look is super cool. Yes, Lily Allen is now rocking icy pink hair and we love it!
If that wasn’t enough festival looks for you, see all the Wireless Festival 2017 pictures, below.
Wireless Festival 2017: Hair highlights
This radio and TV presenter is always rocking a fresh new look and Wireless Festival 2017 was no different.
Tying her long, natural hair into a ponytail, Yinka Bokinni kept the rest of her look simple with a makeup-free face to ensure all attention was on her new ‘do. What a hair chameleon she is!
Editor’s tip: Keep your locks looking healthy and moisturised with a leave-in conditioner, like the Toni & Guy Leave-in Conditioner. This will help to control frizz, protect against humidity and give a smooth finish to your strands.
Leomie, Winnie and Jourdan showcase fresh hairstyles
Not 1 but 3 world famous models packed together can only mean one thing: 3 times as much hair envy, of course!
We just love that Leomie decided to up the ante by weaving in a pastel hue for full-on festival vibes (a style also recently spotted on Tallia Storm). While Winnie Harlow stuck to a short and sweet style with her dark pixie crop teamed with large gold hoop earrings.
And last but not least, our favourite Brit model Jourdan Dunn added a touch of va-va-voom to the girl squad with her volumious curls and bronde (aka blonde and brown) hair colour. Now, how do we get an invite to this friendship group?
Bella Hadid’s clipped lob
While hanging out with Kylie and Kendall Jenner, Bella rocked a centre parting with flicked dark brown tresses and accessorised the look with twin, pearl hair slides. Perhaps they were holding back those new bangs the model recently revealed?
Editor’s tip: To keep your hair smooth as Bella’s try using the TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shine Oil for locks that feel silky and look perfectly polished.
What better way to beat the heat than with a braided hairstyle, eh? Mabel wore her long dark brown tresses in stunning cornrows, which not only looked great but are also the perfect, long-lasting protective hairstyle.
So, whether you have a weekend of partying planned or living out of a tent at another festival, Mabel’s braids are hassle-free and definitely need to be considered for your next look.