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Néo Venus waves: the perfect look for a music festival

If you're bored of being boho, try out Néo Venus waves, the more glamorous version for 2017!

The style:

The term Néo Venus waves was inspired by Botticelli's famous depiction of the goddess Venus, and her effortlessly flowing locks. In 2017 this new style still has an ethereal air, but it's looser more undone quality makes it the perfect option for your next music festival venture.

Get the look:

This style will work best if you have naturally wavy hair, and a product like L'Oréal Professionnel's Beach Waves Wild Stylers hairspray will work perfectly to encourage your natural texture to do its thing. You don't want heavily sculpted waves with too much definition here, loose and relaxed is key to letting your inner goddess shine. Pairing the look with a defined centre part will also draw attention to your eyes and eyebrows, which works best for long, oval or heart shaped faces. If you want to soften this look slightly, move your part a little off centre.

What the editors say:

Wavy hair is here to stay, and Néo Venus waves are a more refined and glamorous version of the relaxed boho chic predecessors. Make sure your outfit and makeup reflect this contemporary look – a grungy smoky eye and nude lip will work perfectly.

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