Glastonbury goers told: Wear sunglasses

Glastonbury goers told: Wear sunglasses

By Alexa Kaczka

Festival attendants at Glastonbury have been told to wear sunglasses.

Writing for the Times, Hannah Rochell told revellers to be sure to put on some "huge sunglasses" while at the festival.

She said that this would give protection to eyes.

Although the festival is known for its mud, anyone who wants at least to try to keep their eyes made up well was urged to use waterproof mascara.

"Streaky eyes after a rainstorm is never a good look," Ms Rochell explained, also noting that it would be easier and more convenient to keep makeup minimal.

Women could try the Customised palette from Bobbi Brown to choose which eyeshadows they want to bring along.

Recently, Abbey urged people not to waste money in buying new sunglasses just because they forgot to pack the pair they already own.

Sunglasses were second on the list of top essentials needed for a break, but were the sixth most forgotten item, with eight per cent failing to pack them.

by Alexa Kaczka

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