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Desert Disco: 2017 Coachella Beauty Trends and Inspiration

Jamie Newman | April 17, 2017 | 1:34 PM
Via @tokyostylez. Kylie Jenner's trusted wig stylist Tokyo Stylez is the man behind Jenner's day-one highlighter-yellow hair.
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Via @hairbyrosalinda. This artist used all Joico Intensity color for this look, and we have to say that a braided crown was the best way to finish the look.
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Via @redken5thave. Redken and Nyx Cosmetics teamed up for a braid bar and makeup station at the fest.
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Via @priscillavalles. Priscilla Valles used The Hair Shop colored extensions for the candy-colored creation, with Sexy Hair products to style.
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Reposted from @joico and @revolve: "Joico hair don't care! Hair by @omgartistry on @findingxfletcher"
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Via @joeltorresstyle. Joel Torres used Bed Head by TIGI to style this look with extensions by Briana Delman.
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 Via @nataliesrosie. Tootie fruity technicolor hair inspiration.
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Via @yuichi0503. Stylist Yuichi Ishida used The Hair Shop extensions for this dreamy modern hippie hair. Makeup by Brooke Hill.
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Via @glamiris. Dreamcatcher hair for a festival princess.
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Via @britneytokyo. Britney Tokyo didn't mess around with this Coachella-inspired manicure, complete with cotton-candy skies and jeweled adornments.
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Via @chrisweberhair. The perfect boho braided look for your festival-attending guests.
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Via @chaneliman. Model Chanel Iman's braids matched the cotton-candy-colored Coachella skies.
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Via @thebeachwaver. Sarah Potempa braided and Beachwaved beauty influencer Kandee Johnson at the Victoria's Secret party during Coachella weekend one.
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Via @ibrowsbyeb. No Coachella is complete without the festival muse herself, Vanessa Hudgens. And on-fleek brows by Erin Bryant don't hurt.
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Via @shaytopaze. Aquamarine more blue than the pool at a Coachella pool party.
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Via @weworewhat/@alexbrownhair. Alex Brown styled this braided mohawk on blogger Danielle Bernstein AKA @weworewhat.
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Via @alexkontier. A dreamy desert sunset.
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Coachella is the kick off what will be trending for summer style. Sure, the pendulum swings between predictable festie staples like braids, vibrant color, glitter, crop tops and jean shorts (RIP flower crows— thankfully), but each year builds more and more on those tried-and-true trends, getting more daring and pushing the boundaries on defining what festival beauty and fashion is, and what it can be moving forward.

Festival fashion has become its own season, outside of spring, summer and resort wear. Coachella specifically is the arrow pointing to what the warm months will encompass in terms of clothes, makeup and hair, with the whole world referencing it as its guide. This year was no exception, and with Instagram and Coachella going hand-in-hand, hair and makeup looks flip-flopped daily for the 'gram, usually with sponsored hashtags and at sponsored parties, morphing from laid-back boho, to futuristic athleisure, to highlighter-colored hair braided and snaked with leather and chains. It's the ultimate dream for beauty pros to flex their creative muscles and show it off to the world. 

See some of our favorite looks from weekend one, created by some of our favorite industry all-stars, along with festival-inspired hair that would fit right in on the desert polo fields—or better yet, stand out. Get inspired for weekend two or the plethora of festivals on the horizon this year to get your guests ready for by clicking through the slideshow.

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