15 Celeb Beauty Looks We Loved at Coachella
Another year, another Coachella festival, which means we'll be spending the next two weekends living vicariously through our favourite celebrities' Instagram accounts. The first festival of the year, set against the backdrop of sunny Palm Springs in California, is always a great place to get beauty inspiration that we can then try out at UK festivals later this year (with the addition of a rain mac, of course). Keep scrolling for 15 archive Coachella beauty looks we still love.
Braids are to festivals what vinegar is to chips. You don't have to add them, but they make the experience better. A good plait can last days, which means you don't have to deal with greasy roots.
It's all in the detail, as Gigi Hadid proves. You can embrace a little face adornment, but less is more if you still want to give off an air of being effortlessly cool like Hadid does. Re-create this look with In Your Dreams Iridescent Electra Face Gems (£7).
Millie Mackintosh goes even more subtle with her gems, placing a smattering on the outer corner of her eye. The effect? Incredibly pretty.
Kendall doesn't camp, at least we're 99.9% sure she doesn't, which means greasy hair is not an issue. For us, though, a gold headband like that will go a fair way to detracting from two- or even three-day-old hair. Re-create the look with Claire's Burnished Gold Leaf Headband (£4).
Poppy is a festival pro; here she shows us all how to expertly match your floral headband to your lipstick. All that colour will draw people's eyes away from your sleep-deprived eyes.
This parting braid will go down in history as one of our favourite Coachella hair looks, ever.
See how Victoria's Secret Angel Alessandra Ambrosio has nail wraps printed with images of Coachella—the palm trees, the iconic ferris wheel? Well, you can create your own photo nail wraps using the free NailSnaps app. Designs cost around £18 and that includes international shipping.
If braids aren't your thing, try a simple twist to keep hair out of your face and to add a pretty detail to grungy waves.
Got a steady hand? Then give this monochrome nail art look by Hannah Bronfman a try. Luckily the Monochrome Manicure set from Ciaté (£19) comes with handy sticker guide to help you create patterns even if you don't have a steady hand.
Chiara even manages to make face painting look cool! Use Snazaroo Silver Face Paint (£5).
By day three of a festival, the more braids the better. Plait away, pile them up and pin them in place.
What's your favourite festival look? Let us know in the comment box below.