Coachella calling: How celebrities are getting ready, plus must-have beauty products
It's Coachella season again. And even if you can't hit the Californian desert in person, be there in spirit. Bring out the braids, pom-pom festooned sandals, intricately-detailed (but impractical) nail art and flower crowns. Scroll down to the end and you'll also see our beauty picks that are easy, compact and face-saving. And take a peek at the Instagrams of the usual suspects, to see how they're getting ready for the music festival, beauty-wise.
GET YOUR NAILS DID
Festival regular @vanessahudgens is going for blinged out taupe nails this year. Make sure any embellishments are secured and go for a gel manicure so it can last through the festivities.
LAST MINUTE DYE JOB
If you're going to get papped like actress @emmaroberts, this is as good a time as any to debut a new hair colour. Hers is so last-minute, a friend is doing it in a hotel bathtub.
For @kendalljenner who posted this throwback snap, her "I'm ready" caption says it all. Jenner is sure to dazzle with her sartorial choices and picture-perfect makeup this year. The question is, will she be with Kylie or Gigi?
GET YOUR TAN GAME ON
Coachella is hot — both literally and figuratively — so you're bound to be baring skin whether in midriff-revealing tops or cut-offs. As if Brazilian bombshell @alessandraambrosio needs to look any hotter than she already does.
ACCESSORISE YOUR MANICURE
If nail art is not your thing take a cue from @nicolerichie whose @houseofharlow1960 jewellery line is just the kind of arm candy you need to pretty up your digits (and wrists) for Coachella.
Get your game face on with these must-have products that beat the heat and leave you with that goddess glow:
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