Australia’s first curly hair festival hits Bondi

Calling all curly haired ladies! If you’ve got wild waves, ringlets, or just fuzz, we’ve got something special for you. Australia’s very first curly hair festival is about to kick off and we’ve got a 15% discount code! Read on!

Learn how to tame your tresses, try the latest products and meet the stylists you’ll want to turn into your new bestie when the Love My Curls Festival takes over Bondi Pavilion for one day only on Sunday 8th December.

Now, if you’ve ever felt frustrated about your locks, know that you’re not alone. There are beauty events around the world celebrating the curl – think Beautycon and Curlfest – and we’re proud to see Aussie haircare jumping on board.

Expect big brands like Cantu, Mixed Chicks, Nutra Organics and Embrace for Every Curl, with demos, workshops and lots of tips and tricks – with food trucks and pumping tunes for good measure.

For a sneak peek, the Love My Curls team has shared three hot tips for how to keep your summer curls frizz free:

1) Cold water Rinse
A nice hot summer is the one time of the year that a cold water rinse doesn’t bother you. Cold water rinse helps to improve and promote a natural hair shine, reduce frizz and closes your hair cuticles.

2) Say goodbye to Glycerin
Glycerin is heavy in humectants – in the right environment and climate it pulls moisture from the air to keep our curls moisturized throughout the day. In hot humid weather, it pulls too much into the hair, leaving the hair expanded and frizzy. During summer months try gels and milks without glycerin.

3) Sea Salt Spray
If you’re feeling like your curls look a little limp and need more definition, add a sea salt spray to your summer hair cocktail. Sea salt spray enhances natural waves, adds volume and texture to your curls. Great for big beach hair look!

Sunday 8 December 2019,
Bondi Pavilion, Queen Elizabeth Drive, Bondi Beach
Tickets $25,
DAILY ADDICT DISCOUNT CODE: Use the code “Daily” for 15% off at checkout!

About the author

Lisa used to use Sydney as a base to drop off souvenirs before heading off on the next adventure but these days she’s got her feet almost on the ground, with a desire to try every high tea in Sydney, and a cute cavoodle puppy at home. Travel writer, photographer and Kitchen Aid freak, she loves to eat, bake and write.


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