Festival season has started and The Spa Therapy Room has compiled a festival survival guide for you.
We’re sure you will want to look your best as you head to your chosen festivals this summer and if your camping you who wouldn’t want your look to have little or no maintenance…. See our must haves.
Festival Survival Guide – Treatments
Tans – you never know what our typical English weather is going to do. Whatever the weather ensure you have a natural golden glow with our Sienna X spray tan. Ensure you book you spray tan in at least 1 day before your festival.
Gel Nails – Show off your fingers and toes with our GELeration Gel Polish. A must have for festival season, we have a selection of over 90 colours to choose from including glitters and nail art. Our gel is hard wearing and can last upto 3 weeks.
Brows – Eyebrows are one of the most prominent features of your face. Our High Definition Brow treatment (HD brows) will get the best out of them. A patch test is required so please ensure you pop in and see us 48 hours before your booked treatment.
Lashes – Want to stand out from the crowd? Then Semi-permanent eye lashes are a must. We will carefully add individual lashes to your own creating a fuller look. Whats best is you wont need mascara so panda eyes will be a thing of the past… Happy Days!
From £50.00 Click here for more information
Facial – We all know how much of a toll late nights and a boozy weekend can take out of your skin. Detox your skin before or after with one of our many facial skin treatments available.
From £25.00 Click here for more information
Festival Survival Guide – Products
Sun Protection – Probably the most important skincare product you could ever need! Not sure which sun protection to use. Use this handy chart to choose the right protection for you.
Protection 50 Sport SPF50 RRP £30.20
After Sun Repair RRP £30.20
Solar Defense Booster SPF50 RRP £38.90
Dynamic Skin Recovery SPF50 RRP £61.30
Super Sensitive Shield SPF30 RRP £39.40
Pure Light SPF50 RRP £55.00
Daily Defense SPF15 RRP £37.25
Ultra calming cleanser – A healthy alternative to wipes, this gel cream cleanser can be used on cotton wool to cleanse your skin and remove make up without the use of water. Whats bests its so gentle on your skin that everyone can use it no matter how sensitive you skin is. It comes in a handy travel size too which Is perfect for your festival bag. RRP £11.90
Multi Active Toner – Freshen up and hydrate your skin with a quick mist of Multi Active Toner. Simply spritz your skin throughout the day to ensure your skin stays looking great all day. It can be used over your make up and comes in a handy travel size too which is perfect for your festival bag. RRP £11.90
Climate Control Lip Treatment – Keep your lips smooth with this handy lip balm from Dermalogica. RRP£8.20
Call us on 01245 356549 or visit salon to purchase
Festival Survival Guide – Extra’s
Backpack-To carry your clothing and equipment. Wheeled suitcases do not work well on rough ground.
Rucksack – To carry your daily essentials
Tent – If your tent is new, set your tent up before you go so you know what to do on the day. Make sure your tent is in good condition.
Sleeping bag and roll mat – for a comfortable nights sleep (yeah right!)
Clothing – Wrap clothing in plastic bags to keep dry. Bring enough clothing to see you through the festival. Bring clothing suitable for hot and cold conditions and include a waterproof jacket
Footwear – Bring comfortable footwear that you don’t mind wearing all day and night. If bringing flip flops make sure there are robust, walking from one side of festival to the other with on flip-flop is not good. Don’t forget your wellies no matter what the forecast says.
Essentials – Sun protection, Hat, Sun Glasses, toilet roll, pocket multi-tool, insect repellent, plastic bags to clear up rubbish and bring home your dirty gear, water , some festivals allow you to take water (check first) water can be used for washing as well as drinking,
Communication – You will want to stay in contact with your friends. It is easy to lose where your friends are at a festival. If you use a mobile phone take spare battery or power bank and some means of charging. Walkie talkies are a good way to keep in touch and don’t rely on signal. Make sure they have a good range.
Cash – Take enough money for the festival, sometimes there are cash machines. Do not keep all your money in one place.
Medication – Bring any medication you need in case of an emergency. Tell friends where you have put your medication and any conditions you may have.
Security – Unfortunately thieves do operate at festivals. Leave your valuables at home. Some festivals have deposit boxes that you can use but please check first. Do not leave all your money in one place. If taking a mobile phone keep it in a secure pocket so as not to be pick pocketed.
Thank you for looking at The Spa Therapy Room Festival Survival Guide