It may seem like summer is coming to an end, but there is still plenty of time to go camping. But before you go for a weekend in Words, you’re going to need a few essentialsâglamping essential hair, that is. While we don’t always want to be fresh and natural, that doesn’t mean we should miss the big summer vacation. So if getting ready in a tent scares you for your morning mane, don’t worry. We’ve got your essentials under the radar for glamping and camping hair!
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Glamping Hair Essentials
Sarah Potempa Jet Setter Travel Iron: $ 35
This magic battery powered mini flat iron will have you creating the perfect curved waves and sleek ends in no time! If you’re in a rush, use it to smooth out ends or create a wave just around the hairline and face for a quick styling fix.
Mini Wet Detangling Brush: $ 5
If you plan on swimming, boating, or letting your strands soak in fresh or salt water, be sure to avoid knots and tangles by using a detangling brush. This one is super small and fits easily in a purse or makeup bag.
Oscar Blandi braid paste: $ 8
If you are going to wear your hair in braids, a camping trip is the perfect place to do it. Keep your locks in place with Oscar Blandi’s braid paste. Simply apply a small amount with your fingers to your braid to tame flyaways and create hold. Is there a better must-have for glamping hair? We do not think so.
Davines Su Hair and Body Wash: $ 24
Wrap your hair and body in one with this super refreshing after-sun wash. Working to prevent sun damage, this restorative and hydrating shampoo and conditioner even helps extend the life of your glamping hair.
Bumble and Bumble Coconut Cream Mask: $ 29
Use this mask after shampoo or as a leave-in treatment when you know you’ll be in the sun all day. The added moisture protects your strands from sun damage, forms a barrier against ocean or lake water, and separates natural curls or waves. Apply liberally if you want a sexy wet look all day long.
Batiste dry shampoo: $ 8
Because those public showers aren’t always so inviting, spray onto your roots for instant hair refreshing. Pro tip: spray at least 30cm away to avoid powder.
Invisibobble hair elastic: $ 19
Finally, a hair elastic that can hold the thickest strands without creating a crease. Wear your hair on hot nights and don’t worry about denting your style.
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