Are you ready for your upcoming travel? In this post, I will share some helpful tips on how to pack your travel makeup bag. Usually, we end up overpacking makeup products or forget the essentials at home. But, you really don’t have to pack all of your makeup if you want to look fresh. Sticking to the essentials only is your way to go. I have made a list of the must-have products that you should pack in your baggage so that you won’t have to worry about it anymore.
All-In Travel Palette
If you are a frequent traveler, then you hate the moment when you need to dig through your makeup bag to find the thing that you are looking for. Luckily, some brands have invented special makeup palette that has a few products. Despite being so useful for traveling, they are a good solution for the moments when you want to look fresh while on the go. The good thing is that you can have various products such as eyeshadow, blusher, powder foundation, and even mascara and lipstick in a small compact package. Instead of taking lots of products in your Travel Makeup Bag, all you need is one makeup palette.
Be Careful With Powder Products
Having your favorite powder bronzer with you is a little tricky. Pressed powder products are very likely to break once they are been tumbled in the baggage. Bring cream products when possible, or secure the powder products well.
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Use Small Travel Containers
Those travel-sized packs that you see in the store might be pricy when you consider the little amount. Instead, pack your makeup in your own tiny containers. Instead of taking the original pack of foundation with you, pour up a little amount in a small container.
Consider taking makeup products that will have a dual purpose. For example, take a BB cream instead of a foundation and moisturizer. Tinted moisturizers are always a nice option, as you don’t want to spend too much time doing your makeup when you have lots of things to explore. Or, use your bronzer as an eyeshadow to add depth to your eyelid. A nice shimmery ivory eyeshadow can double as a nice highlighter as well.
Don’t Forget The Mirror
If your palette does not have a mirror inside, make sure that you take one. This way, you can easily fix your makeup while on the go. Also, keep in mind that not all of the hotels have a mirror in the room.