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7 Boho Hairstyles to Wear to Your Next Festival

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7 Boho Hairstyles to Wear to Your Next Festival 7 Boho Hairstyles to Wear to Your Next Festival 7 Boho Hairstyles to Wear to Your Next Festival

Ready to rock the mane stage this festival season? Before you pick up your favorite flower crown, throw in some waves, and call it a day, check out our list of dreamy boho hairstyles that are perfect for hopping between shows. From twists and updated parts, to braids and accessories, your hair will be anything but boring for your favorite set.

1. Metallic Braids

Turn up the heat on your traditional ropes and braids with the addition of metallic ribbon woven throughout. Use a piece that’s longer than necessary in order to have tied-off tassels hanging off the ends of your pigtails for a beautiful boho look.

2. Flower Crown Tuck

Flower crowns and waves are the most basic festival hairstyle out there, but since we know you’re anything but basic, we have the perfect way to amp up the look. Instead of letting your hair hang loose, tuck it up into the back of the crown for a whimsical updo that will keep your neck and your style cool as can be.

3. Pretty Parts

How pretty can a part be, right? Side, middle, or zig-zag, the idea remains the same. But what if we told you that you can perk up your part to be the focal point of your whole look? All you have to do is grab a bottle of the L'Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle LOCK IT Extreme Style Gel and your favorite loose glitter for an instantly dazzling ‘do. Not a fan of loads of glitter? Or, pick up a hair tattoo from your local beauty store to add a geometric twist to your mane.

4. Put a Ring on It

2017 is all about finding new ways to add unique style to hair, beauty, and fashion. While you may adore your go-to braids, why not embrace the year’s hair trends and add a few metal rings to your plait? Just slip one on for every weave and before you know it you’ll be rocking the prettiest hairstyle of your squad.

5. Flashback to Pipe Braids

Think back to your favorite tropical childhood vacation. There’s a good chance that along with fruity mocktails, sightseeing, and swimming with dolphins, one of your fondest memories is how dope your woven pipe braid was. Nothing was worse after a fabulous vacay than the inevitable day that your braid began to unravel, signaling that you really were back to reality. For some reason, pipe braids lost a spot on our hair radar over the years—but we’re here to tell you that festival season is the perfect time for their revival! To get the look, tie a handful of different colors of embroidery string or thinly cut fabric around a section of hair at your roots, weave them in your favorite friendship bracelet fashion all the way to the ends, and you’re ready to rock! If you don’t want to use your real hair, simply tie it into an extension to clip in for your three-day funfest.

6. Slay in a Scarf

Day three festival hair can start to look a little ratty if showers aren’t anywhere in sight. Instead of rocking a messy bun for your final day of jamming, grab your favorite scarf and get creative. Boho fashion is alive and well in 2017 so whether you tie all your hair up or leave it down to hang out, simply wrap the scarf of your choice into a turban of sorts. Fold your scarf into a triangle, place it behind your head, and tie it into a half-knot in the front at your hairline. Voila! Pair it with hoop earrings and your favorite choker for a seriously stylish look.

7. Half-Up Messy Space Buns

The best of both worlds, half-up space buns let you keep your hair up while showing off some of your length simultaneously. Less hair draping down your neck and perfectly coiled buns atop your head make for a cooler look—both literally and figuratively. To really rock the style, spray some texturizing spray into your strands. Use clear mini elastics or bobby pins to secure your buns and you’re ready to dance the day away.