Last weekend, we had the perfect opportunity to watch out for celebrity
hairstyles at V Festival; there were some AWESOME performances and some
awesome hairstyles too … here are our faves. :)
hair was styled into a vintage inspired, on-trend ponytail for her V
Festival performance; the ends of her hair were styled with large,
vintage curls which gave gorgeous body to the ponytail and her fringe
was styled into a high quiff. We loved the volume and the overall look
of Tulisa’s celebrity hairstyle, but we weren’t so keen on her outfit
for her V performance. :( We're kinda getting used to the blonde shade of Tulisa's hair now, but we do wish she would go back to her sultry, brunette locks ... we MISS THEM!
up, we have Rita Ora, who wore her hair in her staple style; her blonde
locks were styled into voluminous curls with lots of root lift. We have
to say, we LOVE how full of body Rita Ora’s hair always is. :) For her
outfit, Rita Ora donned a blue latex Kim West dress with a fringed
detail. Again, we weren’t too keen on this look on the star, but it
worked for the festival feel.
celebrity hairstyles at V Festival that we were loving, were worn by
Stooshe; these girls do embrace volume for their hairstyles, and we love
them for that. :) Alexandra wore her hair with lots of root lift and
loose, voluminous waves. This. Looked. Gorgeous! Clip in some 20-22”
hair extensions in soho and style with a large barrelled tong to try
this look at home. Karis had her hair styled into tighter curls that
were full of body and movement. We are loving the shade of her hair too.
last of our fave celebrity hairstyles at V Festival was from the lovely
Pixie Lott; the star’s shoulder length hair was styled with a deep side
parting and lots of bold curls. Pixie Lott’s hair looked full of life
and perfect for festival season. Pixie Lott wowed in her gem-covered
leotard which she teamed with a patterned mini-skirt and red, glittery
brogues. Pixie Lott certainly knows how to rock the festival look. :)
there you have our fave celebrity hairstyles from V Festival, but who
was your favourite? Tell us below or find us on Facebook.