If you have a job that requires you to travel on a frequent basis, you know how quickly your appearance can fade after you’ve been on a plane for hours. Even if you manage to sleep on the go, you might still need a little concealer, eyeliner and blush to create that “I’m ready to do business” look. Here are some tips on how to recover from a long flight.

1. Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize!
It’s no secret that sitting in an airplane for an extended period of time can dehydrate you – specifically your skin. To avoid completely drying out, consider a product such as AHAVA Beauty Before Age Uplift Night Cream to keep your skin baby soft.

2. Ease up on foundation.
Piling on the foundation after your skin has been exposed to an arid environment such as a plane cabin can leave you looking even drearier than before. Go light when you choose a foundation for your post-flight engagements.

3. Have face wipes on hand.
If you’re going to be traveling for an extended period of time, be sure to pack a few face wipes for the trip. Doing so can remove built-up oil on your skin when you don’t have the opportunity to use a cleansing face wash.

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About Shayna Murphy

Lia is a self-professed beauty and skincare fanatic from North Andover, Massachusetts, who's always looking to see which trends will be hot next and what products are the most effective. From lipstick to eyeshadow to nighttime moisturizer, she's constantly lusting after new arrivals and adding them to her must-try list. After checking out numerous products and reading up on the latest trends, Lia's become a beauty expert who can guide you through the ins and outs of makeup and skincare. My favorite beauty product is... - Lip gloss. I can never seem to get enough. Can't leave the house without my... - Moisturizer. I feel so dry without it! I would describe my style as... - Casually done-up, with glamorous looks for nights out!


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