Festival beauty and fashion looks continue to evolve beyond the expected bohemian and rock references to include creatively led and experimental concepts.
This goes hand-in-hand with the increase in the variety of music genres, visual artists and headline acts across key festivals worldwide.
South Africans are taking these global festivals trends onto the next level, with a flavour of local culture.
Here are a few trendy ideas to try out.
Inspired by the artistic hairstyles worn by African tribes. Bold and elaborate, braided and wrapped.
With the rich culture of South Africa, it only makes sense that head pieces would be where most creativity lies. Turbans are a good stand out followed by hats.
Ready-made face jewels, crystals and rhinestones are the most popular. With vibrant colours and variety of sizes used to make intricate patterns.
Emerge as the favourite lens for local festival goers, they appear in round, aviator and cat-eye profiles. Tapping into the futuristic trend.
All time winner in the print department in South Africa, edgy and brightly coloured with varying-scale repeat prints is what South African festival attendees like.
By Lerato Nkosi