If you are going to Coachella this year, know that it isn’t your average music festival. You will be spending days under the sun. So, set aside your regular beauty essentials. Coachella calls for a full-on upgrade.
Yes! We have all been through this phase where it takes ages to come out of our holiday mode and settle into the hustle and bustle of our daily lives. This is why we have found a way to fake the vacation glow so that your holiday mood never goes away!
All you need to do now is refresh your skin after your plane ride and let your skin, body and soul all enjoy the holidays.
To save you from a skin crisis, we are bringing you some in-flight essentials which you can easily pack in your hand luggage.
Whether you are just planning to sunbathe at your local beach or are jetting off to a Mediterranean island for a week, we are here to help you flaunt your skin while amping up sun protection.
Who said you can’t look glamorous on the go?
We have 10 Travel Beauty Essentials (TSA Approved, btw) to help you look gorgeous without having to carry a train case load of beauty products (guilty as charged).
Ideally, you’d love to take all of your favorite beauty products with you when you’re on a vacation, but it simply isn’t practical.
Packing for a weekend getaway requires you to do more than simply pick out the best outfits for your given destination. You’ll also got to bring along a few makeup and skincare essentials that will keep you looking natural and fresh as you work on a healthy glow.
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.
If you don’t have regular access to a shower, you may be searching for a way to maintain your well-kempt, polished appearance.
It’s no secret that air travel can leave you looking less than fresh. But with careful planning and packing, you can arrive looking radiant and rested – even if you’re not. Use the guide below to pack your carry-on with essential items to combat the dry air of the airplane cabin.