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The ultimate festival hair with Charlotte Crosby

Learn how to rock space buns this festival season

Are you fed up of stalking your fave celebs on Instagram and forever getting a serious case hair envy? Well thanks to Mark Hill, you can now steal their style and replicate their look from the comfort of your own dressing table! Discover how to replicate our favourite geordie lass’s ultimate space buns. Charlotte’s festival hair look is just goals, don’t you think BAE? All you need to is the Mark Hill Small barrel from the Mark Hill Pick N Mix range and a whole load of Mark Hill Freeze Hold Hairspray.


Never forget to prep

To channel Charlotte Crosby’s ultimate festival hair, you’ll need to prep and protect the hair. Smart girls know you should never style with heat without protection. So don’t forget to protect your hair with the Mark Hill Styling Heat Protection Spray. This amazing formula protects the hair up to temperatures of 240 degrees, while leaving the hair feeling super soft and smooth.

To rock this festival hair look, you’ll need the Mark Hill Small Barrel from the Mark Hill Pick N Mix range.

Before you get busy creating those super hot space buns, you’ll need to curl with hair using the Mark Hill Small Barrel from the Mark Hill Pick N Mix range. The Mark Hill Pick N Mix range contains a whole load of attachments so you can match your hair to your mood! No gal likes a hair rut, so collect all the barrels to make bad hair days nothing more than just a bad memory. Unsure how to use the Mark Hill Pick N Mix Small barrel? Click here for some hair inspo!

Let the backcombing begin!  

Everyone knows our gal Charlotte Crosby is partial to a bit of backcombing. But like Char says, festival hair is all about channeling a bit of crazy volume! Get backcomb ready with the Mark Hill Argan Oil Infused Detangle Comb and the Mark Hill Freeze Hold Hairspray. The Mark Hill Argan Oil Infused Detangle Comb leaves lock super soft and silky thanks to the Argan Oil Infusion. And the Mark Hill Freeze Hold Hairspray will lock your festival hair look in place from morning till night, no matter how much dancing you do! To pump up the volume, backcomb upwards using the Mark Hill Argan Oil Infused Detangle Comb, paying special attention to crown of the head. As this is where you need to create volume to make the space buns!

It’s time to get your space buns on!

To create the space buns, you’ll need to wrap the top section of your hair around on each side and secure with plastic grip. This doesn’t have to be neat, festival hair is all about rocking a messy look! Lock your space bun in place morning till night with the Mark Hill Freeze Hold Hairspray. Copy Charlotte’s look and add small plaits to the front of your hair.


When to rock this look

This style may be a bit extra for the office, but why not rock this look at glasto, Leeds fest and Reading?


WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO GET THE LOOK…

To rock this ultimate festival hair look, you’ll need the Mark Hill Small Barrel and the Mark Hill Handle from the Mark Hill Pick n Mix range. The Mark Hill Pick N Mix range is all about constantly mixing up your style, ‘cause what gal likes a hair rut?

Protect those tresses with the Mark Hill Styling Heat Protection Spray. This clever spray protects your locks up to temperatures of 240 degrees, leaving hair super shiny and soft.

Lock your look in place from morning till night with the Mark Hill Freeze Hold Hairspray. This formula is super lightweight, non-crispy and even cools down hair that’s been styled with heat!

Get your backcomb on with the Mark Hill Argan Oil Infused Detangle Comb. This comb is infused with Argan Oil, leaving the hair smooth and silky.

We hoped you enjoyed learning how to create the ultimate festival hair look with Charlotte Crosby’s on trend space buns. There’s plenty on celeb tutorials on Mark Hill which will allow you to up that hair game and style the steal of your favourite celebs! Go check them out gal and make bad hair days nothing more than a bad memory.

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