Festival Makeup – Community Festival

This weekend I went to London for Community Festival in Finsbury Park. It was amazing – honestly, I don’t even have words to describe it. It was my first ever festival experience, and is one that I am 100% eager to repeat. I got to see The Wombats (a lifelong dream), Catfish and The Bottlemen (for the second time), The Hunna and Slaves. A day full of good food, lots of alcohol and great company.

I decided to do absolutely crazy, glittery makeup for the day and I am very glad to report that it lasted a full 24 hours with no touch ups whatsoever! Incredible, I know. So I thought I would dedicate a blog post to the look that I did, in case any of you need any makeup inspo for the festival season. Enjoy. 

festival face

Face: Nivea Post Shave Balm + MAC Prep + Prime Skin Base Visage | One pump of MAC Studio Fix NW10 + one pump of Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation Shade 2 | Tarte Shape Tape Concealer- Fair | L’Oreal Lumi Magique – Light | Rimmel Match Perfection Loose Powder – Translucent

Eyebrows: L’Oreal Brow Artist Genius Kit | L’Oreal Brow Artist Plumper


Cheeks: Make Up Geek Contour Compact – Bad Habit | L’Oreal Glam Bronze | Benefit Galifornia Pink Blush | Jeffree Star Cosmetics Skin Frost – Ice Cold

Eyes: W7 Get Set | Morphe 35B (for transition shades) | NYX Glitter Primer | NYX Face and Body Glitter (I mixed shades Red, Crystal, Teal, Blue, Violet and Ice) | Gerard Cosmetics Eternal Eyeliner | L’Oreal Telescopic Carbon Mascara – Black | No7 Intense Volume Mascara – Black (for bottom lashes) | House Of Lashes – Iconic Falsies

Lips: MAC Dodgy Girl Lipstick (discontinued, sorry!)

Extra cute additional stuff: Festival Face Chunky Glitter – Silver Gal & Unicorn Dust (this is the super chunky glitter on my cheekbones) | PaintGlow Glitter Me Up Fixing Gel (amazing for keeping glitter on all day long) | Naked Illuminated – Luminous (dusted all over my body)


I sincerely apologise for the sheer amount of makeup linked up in this post, but I truly adored this makeup look. It meant I could do crazy, crazy glittery things without feeling or looking weird. Perfect. I hope that this post gave you some inspo to do some creative looks this summer. Let me know of the fun looks you’ve been doing!

Lots and lots of love,

Beth x 

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