Summer vacation is here, and chances are many will be doing some traveling within the next few months. Here are some great ideas for your next trip
Beware travel-size products because these products will cost you extra money. It’s more economical to buy small travel-size empty bottles and fill and label them with the products you use at home. Not only will this save money, but also will ensure that you get to use your best products without having to substitute something inferior if your favorites don’t come in travel size.
Hydrate your skin with a good moisturizer and use minimal makeup the day of your heaviest travel. Consider applying a facial mask the morning before you go for the ultimate skin rejuvenation. You can also use your travel day as time for a good hair treatment. Before you board the plane, dampen your hair and add conditioner or a treatment oil of your choice. Wrap your hair in a bun and forget about it until you arrive at your destination.
Drink lots of water! This is probably the single most important travel advice for anyone, and yet we all forget it from time to time. Regular water intake will help your skin stay plump and hydrated and keep you looking and feeling your best on vacation.
Be sure to keep an effective lip balm in your carry-on, along with a good moisturizing lotion for your hands and arms. The recycled air in the plane tends to dry out even the most hydrated. Avoid long-lasting lipsticks, as these can actually dehydrate your lips. Stick with a clear gloss.
If you wear contacts, consider wearing your glasses on the plane. To help keep your eyes feeling less dry, carry eye drops with you to tone down any redness.
Finally, do your best to get some rest, and remember that your full arsenal of beauty products are packed safely away in your carry-on where you will have access to it for the remainder of the trip.