3 brilliant new tips for traveling with beauty products
Just in time for spring/summer travel.
I consider myself an excellent packer, yet when it comes to beauty products, I somehow always fail. I bring too much or too little makeup, I forget my round brush and/or face wash (always one of those two), a blush shatters or body lotion spills, I decant way too little conditioner into a stupid little travel bottle and then have to run to a drugstore and buy more.
Recently I've come across a few truly brilliant tips on Pinterest for traveling with beauty products, though, and they've inspired me to change my ways (just in time for spring/summer travel).
1. Pack a solid conditioner. I go through so much of the liquid stuff, it's hard to bring minis. This is a perfect no-spill solution. I've read great things about Lush Jungle Conditioner, and I am going to test it ASAP and report back.
Source: amazon.com via Petra on Pinterest
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2. Put makeup on ready-to-use swabs. Wow, duh. This is so much smarter than bringing a million different eyeshadows when you go away on a wedding weekend.
Source: blu.stb.s-msn.com via Petra on Pinterest
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3. Protect breakables with cotton. So. Smart. This helps prevent blush and eyeshadow from breaking in transit.
Source: missnattysbeautydiary.com via Petra on Pinterest
Have you ever tried any of these tricks for traveling with beauty products? What are some of your sneaky travel beauty secrets? You must share!
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