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    Yumi’s Top Festival Must Haves

    July 2, 2015
    FESTIVAL MUST HAVES

    Festival season is well and truly at its peak.

    Even though many of you might be fighting away your Glastonbury blues, just remember there’s many more festivals to be excited about this summer!!

    With festival plans sorted, tickets purchased, tents and sleeping bags ticket off your to-do list, the hard bit is yet to come … The Festival Wardrobe.. AHH!

    Well no need to freak out, because we’ve got the top 5 festival accessory must haves to give your festival look an extra added something.

     

    One, Unique Freak Tattoos

    Temporary tattoos are definitely on the hit list for this seasons summer festivals. Mix and match to build your unique empire of gold and silver patterns.

    “Unique Freak Tattoos are extremely versatile allowing you to create a beautiful Unique Accessory to your beach, nightlife and festival wear.” With a choice of individual sheets or packs, these waterproof tattoos last between 3 – 7 days. Seeing you through thick and thin!

    Unique Freak Tattoos

    Two, Batiste Dry Hair Shampoo

    There’s no Festival list without Batiste making an appearing.

    The queen bee of all dry hair shampoos has of course made the cut!

    Who has time for a shower at a festival? Let alone washing their hair! This ultimate festival must have will keep your hair in a happy mood, so you can get on with you daily adventures.

    Batiste dry hair shampoo

    Three, Models Own Festival Collection

    This season “Models own has created the ultimate kit to create the full colour explosion festival look!!”

    With the collection made up with bright and bold nail polishes, a variety of coloured hair spray, candy coloured lipsticks and a range of body and face paints… brightening up your festival looks has never been so easy!

    Models Own Festival Collection - Yumi Journal

    Four, Spangled Sunglasses 

    Started from the love of spandex and festival dancing, Sarah Jane Cook definitely knows how to spice up a pair of sunnies wouldn’t you agree?

    Favored by celebs Cara Delavigne and Taylor Swift, these limited, British made eye catching ‘yumi-tastic’ eye-ware are most definitely top of any festival must have lists.

    With a choice out of 3 different ranges – The ‘Naked’ range comes in 8 eye catching yummy rainbow colour ways, including pastel hues of pink, green, yellow and blue frames with contrasting lenses.  These are hand embellished with, rhinestones, cupcakes and mushrooms for the ‘Spangled’ range. Add panthers, chains, rhinestones and – naturally – dinosaurs, and you have the ‘Totally Spangled’ range.

    Yes, we can’t get enough either! 

    Spangled sunglasses

    Five, Urban Decay, Naked Lip-gloss

    Every girl needs that perfect pocket fit lip balm. Well girls, put aside your half empty Vaseline pot and say hello to the new Naked lip-gloss by Urban Decay.

    A luxe gloss and rich balm all rolled into one. Perfect to help you feel a little more glam at any festival.

    With ingredients including  Vitamin E, avocado oil, Rosehip seed oil and shea butter. This is not just pretty on the lips, its one which will keep those lips of yours hydrated to the max!

    With a colour scheme of beautiful nudes to pinks your find it hard to choose your Favorited!

    Naked Lipgloss

     

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    T&C’s *

    To be in for the chance to win, applicants need to re-tweet or re-post the above competition graphics, follow us on twitter or instagram @officail_yumi and hashtag #Yumifestival. There will only be one winner. The winning price will include an item of each must have product listed above. The competition will be announced week commencing 6th July 2015. Open to residents of Great Britain and Northern Ireland only.