milk_shake popped-up at Glastonbury Festival for the third consecutive year to ensure festival goers could glam-up in style without leaving the fields!
As the muddiest Glastonbury Festival in history unfolded, celebrities, singers, bloggers and the exclusive guests of the pop-up hotel flocked to the beautifully designed; Good Salon Guide Five Star rated milk_shake Pop-Up Festival Salons. Braids, waves, pastel hues and seriously sparkling festival make-up were huge! The milk_shake team was headed by its go-to festival stylist and milk_shake ambassador, Shelley Pengilly, and British Education Manager, Becky Wardrop. The girls were joined by the national education team to ensure they could deliver an outstanding milk_shake experience!
Primrose Hill socialite Daisy Lowe became a salon regular and has featured in Vogue's Glastonbury round-up posing with lush braids by Becky, whilst singer Gabrielle Aplin visited for a trim and a power-shot of direct colour a couple of hours before her set. Models, beauty bloggers and Huffington Post journalists Charlotte Carle and Ashley James visited the team daily for curls, waves and beautiful festival make-up before they braved the mud to get down to the Pyramid Stage.
Keeping everything eco-friendly was paramount under Glasto rules and the white, reclaimed wooden salon interior designed by the talented team at Lane Redesigns was perfectly on brand. The pre-book and payment service (a godsend due to the dreadful weather conditions) was courtesy of Salon IQ Software, whilst Easy Dry provided their range of eco-friendly towels which perfectly suited the situation the team were working in.