comes in small packages, and travels
Whether you spend a long, luscious weekend in Jamaica
or simply head out for a brief getaway, we've rounded
up the top ways to take beauty on the run, baby.
Multi-task, Mama! Hate being caught without that perfect
shade of shadow, blush, mascara or gloss? Buck the less-is-more
travel trend and maximize your grooming must-haves by
picking packages that save space while protecting your
right to look pretty.
Sue Devitt Mini Gloss
Give your pout a flush of transparent color with Sue Devitt lip gloss. Essential oils help nurture delicate lips while delivering serious shine. Primrose oil provides intense hydration.
Nantucket is a sheer fuchsia shade. Fire Island is a nude beige shade. Martha's Vineyard is a pink shade. Alanya is a rose shade. Cadiz is a sheer peach shade. St. Tropez is an iced champagne shimmer. Costa Del Sol is a mocha shade. Taza is a burnt amber shade. Muscat is a shimmering blackberry shade. Riffa is a silver ivory shade. Manama is a burnt gold shade. Shiraz is a sparkling raspberry shade.
Get 'em for $18 at suedevittbeauty.com.
company after our own hearts, CARGO Cosmetics understands
the importance of gloss.
CARGO's DailyGloss is a 30-day supply of lip gloss,
packaged in individual throw away pouches. Each sheet
of gloss features 30 bubbles -- in an assortment of
three distinct hues-- filled with CARGO's award-winning
sheer, long-wearing lip gloss.
$12 at cargocosmetics.com
has its place, but some of us also need professional
advice; think expert answers to those burning questions
such as, “Can I pair a brown contour shadow with
a cream highlight shadow?” Yes, you can, thanks
to this travel pretty palette from Tricia Sawyer.
Tricia Sawyer, a celebrity makeup artist, offers up
her four-pack eyeshadow palette called “The Essentials”
alongside a healthy serving of A-list advice for looking
red carpet ready. Calling the colors universally flattering
for all skin tones, Sawyer swears she’s used “The
Essentials” on every actress she’s ever
beautified from Kate Beckinsale to Scarlet Johansson;
$36 at triciasawyer.com.
Vacation Mini-cessities: Some of our favorite
brands offer smaller versions of their full-sized products
- perfect for travelers who can't go without their grooming
luxuries. Jet-setters also will appreciate that many
of these products' smaller sizes means they fall within
FAA guidelines for in-flight carry on.
those cheap hotel soaps and travel luxe.
Deep Steep, a high-end collection of bath and
body products made from natural and organic ingredients,
offers a travel-sized Sampler Set featuring 1-ounce
tubes of body lotion, body butter, body polish and body
wash, plus a 2-ounce bubble bath and a full-sized bath
Available in honeydew, lavender, grapefruit or rosemary mint,
all are packaged in a mess-proof plastic travel tote that
sells for $14.95 at Deepsteep.com.
Bees "Getting Started Travel Kit"
For Bebe: Our was a gift, courtesy of the gracious staff
at the Peninsula
Hotel. (This is one of the few places in the world
that serves up luxury with every night's stay!)
Newly addicted to the gratis gift that the hotel gives to
travelers with babies, we went out and found our own; $12.99
Iceland's "Detox Kit for Stressed Skin":
What could be stressful about going to the airport,
taking off your strappy sandals (forgot to wear socks,
again!), getting strip searched (kidding), and then
jumping on a plane and spending 4 hours sitting next
to Chatty Cathy?
Need your nerves calmed? That's what in-flight cocktails
Calm that complexion with this must-have kit from skyn
Iceland featuring four products that work in harmony
to help heal exhausted, irritated and depleted skin.
Kit includes Arctic Face Mist with Biospheric Complex,
Oxygen Infusion Night Cream with Biospheric Complex,
the ANTIDOTE Quenching Daily Lotion with Biospheric
Complex, and Glacial Face Wash with Biospheric Complex.
$45 at skyniceland.com