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Coachella Festival: from hippie braids to Eighties eyeshadows. All the beauty looks of the stars

The curtain has closed on Coachella Festival, the first after two years of hiatus due to restrictions due to the pandemic. In Indio, California, i two weekends of musicdancing and selfies under America’s most famous Ferris wheel were a hit, even on the fronte beautywith the traditional repertoire of braids, messy hair and some inevitable little madness.

Braids and pigtails face-framing: the absolute protagonists of Coachella hair style

Le braiding, they are the real protagonists of the hairstyle during the Festival, just as fringes, denim and floral prints triumph in the fashion field. A precise iconography, which refers to the hippie tradition, from Woodstock onwards, between glamor and rock inspirations. It is up to everyone’s imagination to customize their style as much as possible.

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Kendall Jenner e Hailey Bieberbest friends also in the hairlook, for example, have chosen to leave the hair down on the shoulders and to add only some mini side braidsstarting on the sides of the forehead. Face-framing braids, they would say in the States, perfect for the summer to come, from the beach to the aperitif. Anyone can make them, even without great dexterity. The plus? Better to combine them with hair enlivened by soft and bright waves. A straightener and a product are enough to perfect the styling, like a sea salt spraynothing simpler.

Same look for the blogger Leonie Hanne, which has been entrusted to the hairstylist Sandra Hanel. Different looks flaunted at Indio, from the semi-collected to the locks left free on the shoulders, but always enriched by the constant braids.

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Where had we seen them before? In 1968, worn by Sharon Tate on the Cannes red carpet, and then re-proposed in 2019 by Margot Robbie. Beauty courses and appeals. The flower child style is truly timeless.

Country girl or boho chic? To each their own look

The model Elsa Hosk, instead, she opted for a more country look: center line and braids enriched with laces, while Sara Sampaio chose a woven seed crop; to make it more particular, small beads scattered here and there, matching the earrings and a necklace: it may well be an unconventional Festival, but the style boho chic has its own rules.

The braid to copy is that of Paola Turani

When the lengths are maximum, the alternative to semi loose wavy in Sampaio style is discipline. He chose it Paola Turani, with a maxi braid created by Shelley Gregory for Kérastase: a solution of great effect, also thanks to the combination with a wow eye makeup signed MrDanielMakeUp.

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At the Coachella Festival the imperative is to shine: starting from the skin

The rest of the beauty looks at Coachella are all glitter, starting with skin. In and around Hollywood, after all, it’s time for glazed skin, the frosted leather beloved by Hailey Bieber and colleagues. Skincare aside, the secret lies in the skilful use of creamy products, which do not dull the complexion, and pearly finishes. The result is a slightly facial wet and super hydrated. The highlighters in the right places, from the nose to the Cupid’s bow, do the rest, as well as the lip glosses, a 90s must back in vogue.

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Glitter and fluo eyeshadows, not to go unnoticed

Around the eyes, literally, small applied flowers bloom, like those chosen by the actress Lili Reinhartbut also glitter that refer to the looks of Euphoria, one of the most popular TV series of recent times, while few give upeyeliner, another must return this season.

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The fantasy continues with colorful eyeshadows, from blue to yellow, from fuchsia to fluorescent green. A quote from the seventies and eighties certainly not limited to the days of Coachella. Just take a look at the windows and the new make-up collections of the season to realize it. Color, this is the watchword for summer 2022.
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