My babes are my main reason for being. So when you’re all headed to a festival, I want to make sure you will have good skin, a good outfit and a good time. I’ve already given you six tips that will save your skin and have taken you through my step-by-step approach on how to pash (kiss / make-out) like a pro. Depending on the sort of babe you are, all of the above may or may not require clothes. But if you prefer clothing, I can even help you in that area. That’s just the kind of guy I am.
So #letsbefrank, there are a few key pieces that make up a festival babes uniform.
Why? One word: skin.
How? The shorter the better. Because frankly, we all love a bit of cheek. Personality, included. But before you go chopping up your mum’s Levi’s, make sure those pins have had some time with me. My Original Coffee Scrub will scrub away dry, flaky skin leaving you feeling soft and supple. Back it up with my Body Cream to hydrate and protect skin from environmental damage. Note: ‘Environmental’ does not include bruises from falling off a stage or from a human pyramid of strangers.
A top that could be made for mini humans.
If you must wear something with your short, shorts I suggest a top – a crop top.
Why? Because you can, babe.
How? Get a typical t-shirt and put it in the dryer. Don’t stop drying until it’s half the size. Wear.
Something waterproof, like a jacket.
Why? Because I’m a man and I’m all about practicality (except for that completely impractical, messy coffee scrub I make). And I don’t want you to catch a chill, babe.
How? In pink. But I’m also open to those clear jackets with glitter. It’s practical and see-through. Win-win.
Something involving daisies, feathers or fairy lights.
Why? Because it’s the only time you can truly transform into a hippie, bird or walking Christmas tree.
How? Stick them everywhere and remember the rule: more is more. Complete the look with some lip love. First plump and soften your lips with my Lip Duo. Apply lipstick in your colour of choice. I suggest something hemp-based for my hippie babes and red for our walking Christmas trees.
Why? Because I love a babe in boots: gumboots, biker boots and those ones that ride high.
How? With great socks. Blisters are not a good mix with endless hours of dancing.
Note: Once the festival is over give those gumboot-ridden feet a proper scrubbing with my Peppermint Coffee Scrub. It will scrub away dirt and dry, flaky skin leaving that fresh feeling. Plus, I love playing footsies with you.
Why? Because: I want my babes to shine. And it can potentially blind an oncoming man-babe.
How? On your face, in your hair and in your underwear. To give that glitter extra stick, use my Body Balm. It will hold those shiny bits in all the right places.
So, that’s my frank take on festival fashion. But #letsbefrank my real authority is in the bathroom. So if you want some more advice or inspiration have a look here, oh and here too.
Don’t forget to tag me in all the antics at #thefrankeffect.
See you in the shower,