Festival Hair Lookbook

Festival season is one of the few times when you can be super creative with your look and try something new! You have your festival ‘fit ready, but what about your hair? If you’re still looking for a little more inspo, we got you covered with 4 festival looks that are sure to take your steaze to the next level.

Here is a quick tutorial on how to recreate this cute and chic hairstyle. // Visit our blog, #OutreTalks, for more tips on how to create our favorite Festival Season hairstyles!

Posted by Outre on Monday, June 12, 2017

Space Bun Twist

Although space buns might seem played out, they’re the most practical style for hot and sweaty festival days. So if you’re worried about looking like a noob while jamming to your favorite bands, put a trendy spin on the style using our Quick Weave Stunna.

  • Step 1: Gently brush through the hair to prep for styling.
  • Step 2: Part the hair down the middle.
  • Step 3: Take a quarter of the hair and create pigtails.
  • Step 4: Twist each pigtail, and roll it up in a bun.
  • Step 5: Braid the hair that’s left out into two braided pigtails.
  • Step 6: Add hair rings to both pigtails.

An oldie but a goodie! // Check out how to create this Half Up Half Down style for this Festival Season with our Quick Weave Stunna.

Posted by Outre on Monday, June 5, 2017

Half Up Half Down

This style isn’t exactly new, but it’s definitely trendy and always a crowd pleaser. Plus it keeps your hair out of your face so that you can continue to vibe out with your crew. Using our Quick Weave Stunna, we’ll show you how.

  • Step 1: Gently brush through the hair to prep for styling.
  • Step 2: Part the hair from ear to ear.
  • Step 3: Pull the top half of your hair up into a high ponytail.

Check out how to create this fun Spring look for Festival Season! And all you need are flowers!

Posted by Outre on Saturday, June 3, 2017

Flower Power Princess

Flower crowns may not be a faux pas just yet, but they are definitely nearing the end of their trend. But what’s a festival without flowers? For a more fresh take on flower crowns, place the flowers in your hair! Using our Quick Weave Amber 26” unit, we’ll show you how to get this flirty, fun look!

  • Step 1: Cut the flowerheads from the stems, be sure to leave a tiny bit of stem attached.
  • Step 2: Use a bobby pin along the tiny stem.
  • Step 3: Randomly pin the flowers into your curls.

Shine bright like a…. 💎💎. // For those daring to be different, check out how to recreate this cute Glitter Goddess look using our Lacefront Swissx Liana.

Posted by Outre on Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Glitter Goddess

One of the trends this season that is really shining are glitter roots. While in the beginning, a lot of people were hesitant to try this daring style, the closer we’ve gotten to festival season the more we’ve seen daring babes put their twist on the trend in many creative ways. Using our new SwissX Liana unit, we’ll show you how to achieve this boho look that is sure to turn heads from the entrance to the main stage.

  • Step 1: Secure the lacefront down in front using gel and some hairspray.
  • Step 2: Comb out your baby hairs for a more natural look.
  • Step 3: Braid two cornrows in the generous 4×4 parting space straight back.
  • Step 4: Put hair rings in cornrows.
  • Step 5: Mix the gel and some loose hair glitter together in a mixing bowl.
  • Step 6: With a mixing brush, brush the glitter between the cornrows from front to back until the roots are all covered.


16 thoughts on “Festival Hair Lookbook

  1. Muriel says:

    I want To purchase the tina Wig in color 4 from december until now my store didn t get it in Montréal Canada. I call every month but they didn’t order it.
    Thanks for your help

    • OutreTalks says:

      Hi Muriel,

      One of our Customer Service Representatives emailed you in regards to this. 🙂

  2. Maureen says:

    Would like to by Swiss X lacefront wig.. Liana 12′.. how much and where to get it.. Thank you

    • OutreTalks says:

      Hi Maureen,

      One of our Customer Service Representatives has emailed you in regards to this.

  3. Ginine Volcy says:

    Hey, I live in Irvington, NJ. Where can I find the lacefront Dominican curly?

    Ginine Volcy

    • OutreTalks says:

      Hi Ginine,

      One of our Customer Service Representatives has reached out to you via email to assist you. 🙂

  4. Brittney H says:

    I am looking for the Bahamian curl crochet hair in Los Angeles, California. Where can I go purchase?

    • OutreTalks says:

      Hi Brittney,

      One of our Customer Service Representatives has emailed you in regards to this. 🙂

  5. Brittney H says:

    No one has gotten back to me about where I can purchase the hair. I gave them the ZIP code and no response. It’s 90018

  6. Shar Jay says:

    Looking for a local store to purchase Bahamas curl for crocheting.
    Zip code 33598, 33617

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