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Published on: 06 Sep 2016 by lisiana
Hitting another city and you can’t decide what to pack? Packing is never easy. There are so many factors that complicate this task — your luggage limitations or, if not, the weight that you can comfortably carry around, and the inconvenience of not being able to live with every product in your routine for the next couple of days, among them.
Deciding on what to pack
Fret not! You’re not the only one who’s confused about packing, more so of deciding what makeup to pick up and lock in. Below are 5 tips to help you get your travel makeup right:
Tip 1: Assess your real, basic needs during your travel.First, think about what the objective of your trip is. Is it for a getaway weekend wedding destination, a job interview or just visiting family and relatives? Then, think about the activities you’ve planned out to do during your stay. Lastly, consider how long you’ll be away from home.
Tip No. 2: Decide what to pack by checking out makeup ideas.If you’ve been invited to be part of a friend’s entourage, make sure to decide on your look so you know exactly what to pack. If you’ve been invited for a job interview or just want to check out what looks are trending, check out look books, decide on which looks you want to get, Google up the look necessities and then make sure you got all the products you need with you in your luggage.
Tip No. 3: Keep airport rules in mind if you’re flying. It’s difficult enough to have to go through terminal security these days, most especially at a time when states are striving to win the war against terror so don’t give yourself, authorities and people around you any added hassle. Pack only what’s necessary and never carry more than 3 bottles of liquid, each 100 ml or less, in your carryon bag. Any excess will have to be checked in.
Tip No. 4: Make sure to pack your regulars. It’s always best to have the makeup that you are most comfortable wearing inside your bag. Give your all-occasion lip and eye color space in your stash, you don’t know just when these may become handy. Make sure to just bring along one or two of each — nothing more.
Tip No. 5: Keep must-haves within reach. Regardless of where you’re heading to and what the purpose of your travel is, there are makeup essentials that will always be required for basic makeup ideas. Below are the 9 things you’ll need to knock out your makeup every time you travel:
•Moisturizer. Keep your complexion healthy and plump. Moisturize each time before putting on your makeup.
•BB Cream. Ideally, with an SPF protection, a BB Cream can instantly improve your skin complexion when you’re traveling. Who needs a thick, hot and irritating thick cream foundation when you have a BB cream?
•Concealer.Spot correct any imperfections that persist after a BB Cream has been spread all over your skin. Keep in mind that you may need two colors of concealer to perfect your complexion so make sure you pack in both.
•Eyebrow makeup. Framing your face will always be a prerequisite for making your desired look. No makeup can ever be complete without nicely arched eyebrows. Make sure you have your eyebrow kit with you.
•Eyebrow liner. You’ll never get to pull off a cat’s eye without one. Put on the drama anytime, anywhere by keeping an eyebrow liner within reach.
•Nude eye palette. Open up your eyes and enliven it up with eye makeup. A nude eye palette does complete your eye makeup but, it can also double as concealer or contouring powder if you have the right shades in the right texture.
•Lip balm.Keep your lips from chapping. Travelling can be dehydrating to the lips so always keep your lip balm inside your carry-ons.
•Lip colors. Choose two particular colors you’re comfortable with. Make one shade in nude, and the other in a deeper color like plum or burgundy. That’s it! You don’t need to bring any more.
•Eyelash curler and mascara. Keep the curler in your check in baggage though just to make sure it does not sound off the security alarm.
Conclusion: Concentrate on the fun and memories you can derive from your trip, and less worrying about the hassles of leaving any of your beauty basics. Pack right, tight and clean so you won’t have to be inconvenienced.