How to Camp out in Style

Looking for a socially distant holiday? If you’re sick of a summer staycation, camping is a great option to get outdoors safely.


A long weekend is the perfect time to leave behind push notifications, work emails and social media. With the exclusion of taking photos for Instagram, of course!


The same goes for packing. You don’t have to stick to the bare necessities like meals in a bag or s’mores. Feel free to bring your GoPro, power banks and the all-important tablet, for peaceful car rides and camping entertainment! And don’t forget your face mask, in case you meet other campers during your trip!


In our new normal check–in advance and often–for information on campsites, accommodation and rentals in your area to have the best time outside!


Go glamping


Just because you’re going camping doesn’t mean you need to rough it. If you wanted to, you could bring a flat iron or convertible curling wand/iron along with your other creature comforts. Both are cordless and need to be charged the night before you leave. A full charge will give you 40 minutes of use, enough for a couple of days' use!


Don’t forget to bring the hairspray and a brush and dry shampoo to keep your hair looking good for days! Stash them in our pack me hot tool case for added protection and to keep all your hair tools together and organized!


If there isn’t enough room for your hair tools in your pack, no problem! Our hot tools can create styles that last a few days! Just set with hairspray before you go and take a few precautions to get the most mileage out of your style.


Putting your hair up before you sleep will prolong your style for a day or two. In the morning, use the give me life dry shampoo for some added volume to refresh your style!


Traditional camping


Sticking to a tent? Stick to the essentials, such as a wet/dry brush, some hair ties and a few hairbands to disguise greasy roots!


If camp showers are too much of a hassle, say goodbye to odour, sweat and grease with our make me last dry shampoo!


Roughing it in the wild


Planning to do the Pacific Coast Trail or a multi-day trek?


Whether it’s an active holiday or there is just no room for extras, make sure to bring the necessities: your best friend in the bathroom, hand sanitizer, dry shampoo and a brush! Keep hair ties and headbands close at hand, either on your wrist or on a carabiner attached to your pack or water bottle!


For multi-day treks where space is precious, comfort is everything. Small comforts like a brush to get hair out of your face and to keep your hair tangle–and pain–free are worth it. Ditto dry shampoo to keep you feeling a little more clean and a little more human!


Our make me last dry shampoo and wet/dry brush come in miniature, saving you space while not taking away from function!


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