It goes without saying that music festivals, with abundant sunshine and happy vibes, are a truck-load of fun. However, they can be a bit confusing; we enjoy the line-up and we know the artists who’ll throw a raging party, but that brings us to the other important question… should we even invest time in styling our hair for this outdoor occasion?
Given that we’ve faced this conundrum multiple times before, we finally came to a very logical conclusion--hairdos that are high on style but low on fuss. Here are our picks for the best music festival hairstyles for every hair length…
sunsilk lusciously thick long shampo oand conditioner

Before you begin styling your hair, turn to the Sunsilk Lusciously Thick & Long Shampoo and Conditioner. Enriched with Keratin Yoghurt Complex, this duo nourishes the hair and makes it thicker to style it better.

For short hair – scarf it up!
 

For short hair – scarf it up!

If you thought that short hair cannot be experimented with, this hairdo will prove you wrong. For short hair that’s straight, wavy or curly, simply run a scarf through your hair and tie it at the crown. Chic and comfy!

For mid length hair – suns out, buns out!
 

For mid length hair – suns out, buns out!

After being a reigning trend and celebrity favourite, space buns are now becoming a hit at music festivals. Tumblr’s favourite hairstyle is easy to pin in place and even if a strand or two does fall out, it’ll only add to the ‘dos messy charm.

For medium length hair – you can’t go wrong with flowers
 

For medium length hair – you can’t go wrong with flowers

Flowers have always been associated with music festivals. But before you go down the beaten path of the flower crown, try flower braids instead. Tie a single French braid and dot it with flowers at every intersection. Flower power to the max!

For long hair – beads and twists are a match made in heaven
 

For long hair – beads and twists are a match made in heaven

If you have, long, flowing tresses, use hair beads from your childhood. Twist thin sections of hair on the crown and at the bottom and clip them with hair beads. If you want a more vintage vibe, throw in a few more colours.

Image Credits: Oz Beauty Expert, Dek D, Pinterest