We all love a good festival look but the visitors to the Secret Garden Party festival definitely had some of the best-dressed locks thanks to Blue Tit, who hosted a pop-up salon.

The salon, which has been at the event for the last three years, was on hand to preen more than 100 festival goers to perfection and it will be no surprise to hear that scalp braiding and 90s glitter buns proved the most popular look.

Blue Tit

The festival, which was launched in 2002, was taking place for the last time and was headlined by Metronomy, Crystal Fighters and Toots and the Maytals.

Perry Patraszewski, Director, Blue Tit, said: “This year’s Secret Garden Party was a huge success for Blue Tit; there was a super-cool vibe and our stylists looked after more than 100 visitors to our pop-up salon, which was amazing.

“We often get approached to work on festivals and choose a selection each year, which allows us to offer creative opportunities to those stylists we know will excel in this arena.”

The salon group, which was established in June 2011 by Directors Perry Patraszewski, Andi Hinteregger and Matt Gebbie, have six salons across London.

They pride themselves on pushing the creative boundaries while also offering an experiential hairdressing experience that’s second to none.

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  1. Sarah

    Awesome idea, and I’m loving the fact that glitter buns and braids were well and truly embraced! Too often salons are quite mainstream with their styling options, and won’t have glitters on hand if you wanted to achieve this cool, festival look out and about on the streets. There’s really a gap in the market for fun styling at a low-ish price point, so I’m glad to see the idea being put out there as something of a prototype at the festival.

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