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13 July 2016

Natural Collection Festival Basics

Natural Collection Festival Basics

Natural Collection Festival Basics

Keeping packing to a minimum is hard enough but when you're packing for a festival, you really need to be ruthless when it comes to necessities. Personally some deodorant and a packet of wet wipes just won't cut it for me, I need something to at least make me feel a bit more alive and basic make-up can really help.

I recently featured Natural Collection and recommended it as a great brand for anyone who is a bit of a beginner when it comes to beauty. Even if you're not a beginner, the range is fab, affordable and I believe cruelty free too. The products are also brill little festival basics too and it doesn't matter if you misplace them in your tent as they're super cheap so you can simply replace them when you get home.

Natural Collection Festival Basics
Natural Collection Festival Basics

I absolutely swear by Natural Collection mascara. It's the only brand of mascara I find that doesn't clump, makes my lashes look nice and long and doesn't have stupidly thick brushes so application is really easy. I usually use the LashLength but have recently been trying the Water Guard as a waterproof alternative and have found it works really well, perfect in fact for unpredictable festival weather.

Natural Collection Festival Basics
Natural Collection Festival Basics

In your festival make-up bag you could also pop a concealer ready for those late nights and hiding dark circles. Not a necessity as such but something to perk you up a bit and make you feel a bit more like yourself as it can be hard living out of a back pack and being caked in mud. The Natural Collection concealers are particularly handy as they come in fab lipstick type applicators, protecting them from all the heavy drinks cans you stuff in your bag alongside them.

The lip balms and nail polish are definitely not essential at all but they are great for creating a fun festival look. The polish will last a good couple of days while you're at the festival and a slick of lipbalm every few hours will keep lips hydrated as well as looking good thanks to the hint of colour.

What are your festival basics? Have you tried taking any Natural Collection products along to a festival? Let me know in the comments.

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10 comments

  1. Lovely post!

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  2. They do seem like great products to bring to a festival! Went over to vote for you, good luck!!

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    1. Thank you so much, that's so sweet of you!

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  3. I never really pay much attention to the Natural Collection stands in Boots, but I really should. I have a couple of their single blushes and eyeshadows and I'm actually really impressed by the quality and colour payoff, so I need to try more from them! That mascara will be added to my basket next time I'm shopping, for sure!

    Alice / Alice Grace Beauty

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    1. You definitely do, so many people pass it by just because it looks so basic but it's such a fab brand!

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  4. I remember using Natural Collection when I first starting using makeup which brings back bad memories haha - but their mascara definitely sounds worthy of trying! Great post!

    Lucy | Forever September

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    1. I'm sure that's the same for most people - definitely give it another try!

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  5. That mascara seems really good, nice post!

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