I just spent a few hot days in Taiwan.
No complaints about it, but same as all the brief onesstay, long-
This is a packaging challenge.
Those little plastic bags have already sorted out my carry-on luggage.
But my suitcase and the toilet bag in my separate make-up bag are always full and bursting.
It seems that no matter how often I try to narrow down my beauty options, a bunch of things I accept will not be used.
I think the bath salt I might soak, nail polish --
Ups, lipstick and the rainbow of shadows, who am I kidding?
This could make me a bad person to offer advice (
In this case, check out the frequent flyer prompt across from us)
Or maybe I should remember to follow my own guidelines. Carefully pre-
Assemble a kit and then don't throw in a pile of extra items at the last minute to blow it.
Here are my suggestions for your actual use.
* If you don't like DIY hair, blow it up
Dry the day before or in the morning.
It will get you off the plane in style and should last for a few days.
Keep your hair simple while traveling, and the ponytail or loose hair bun is perfect, so don't forget some ties, clips and headband if you like. Product-
It is wise to take some dry shampoo to restore your style, a smooth serum to keep it in place (
Try it with UV filter)
It could be a textured cream, salt spray or mousse that makes the mess more manageable and casual. * Pre-
Travel maintenance of fake tan and eyelash tones is more troublesome than daily applications abroad.
After a few weeks, it will be nice to fix your feet and light.
Either leave the nails in a natural state or consider paying extra for the staying power of gel Poland such as O. P.
My name is Axxium or shellac.
* Carry wipes and all for longer flights-
The purpose balm on board, which is good for both lips and hands, will help soothe your feet, heels and even bites once you reach your destination. (
This is a very good natural balm, and the 8-Hour Cream from elizabethyaton is also well known. .
Financially, you need to remember your toothbrush.
I was taken away by Colgate's compact disposable product, which can be used anywhere without water.
Business class passengers can enjoy free sample size products, but I usually prefer my own small selection. (
Air New Zealand's La Prairie moisturizer and eye cream are good, but unfortunately there is often no room for toiletries to be rolled out, and some of the bathrooms on the plane are small to the back. )
* Holidays are not the time to try new products --
Your skin may have a reaction, it's already responding to temperature fluctuations and dry air in the cabin, so stick to the old faith.
Prepare a pack of try-sized products from your-
Household items or gifts-with-
Purchase offers so you can reduce the number of bottles and jars you carry with you.
* Use an easy-to-absorb cream mask instead of a long-term moisturiser
Long flight as an extra hydration booster.
You can apply it under makeup before boarding or after going to bed at night. (
If you spray a fresh mist on your face, check the spray instead of watering it. )
* Make the most of the hotel shower gel and lotion once you reach your destination, but stick with your own shampoo and skincare products for the best results.
* If you are going to the tropical area, leave rich creams and serum, the heavier texture works better in a cold climate.
Look for products with natural skin care products or sensitive skin to offer a gentle day-
Time cream and cream
Exfoliating facial cleanser is important because it does not stimulate the stressed skin. (
Remember, if your skin feels dry at night, you have a mask to lie down. )* Multi-
Mission products are ideal for travel, but don't rely solely on SPFs to moisturize if you go outdoors a lot.
Apply sunscreen well and you know your skin won't react.
Check the due date before leaving home, if it has been idle for a few months, it may have passed the term of use --by date (
Lulu and Nivea make a particularly good sunscreen with a light color texture. )
* Aromatic body oil or lotion is a great way to keep the fragrance and silky, in addition, you don't need to worry about pigmentation spots in the sun, like alcohol --heavy perfume. * Makeup-
It is advisable that waterproof gel eyeliner, mascara and gloss or colored lipstick can also be worn on your cheeks, which should be visible to you throughout the day.
You can choose neutral and bright lipstick at night.
Eye shadow is not worth the trouble, but if you bring them to try
Wear a cream formula in a neutral color, or sweep it gently with light gold to add Poland without any fuss. (
I like to use a liquid eye makeup remover instead of relying on wipes and cleaners to remove mascara. )
* Many women choose a colored moisturizer when they are on vacation, but stick to medium coverage and have plenty of light
Reflect the basics if you like.
Easy on powder-
Oil drops may be used more at high humidity (
Estee Lauder and Za sell these).
With a sweep like M, turn the gloss into lusterA.
A mineral skin finish for C or a combination of other good bronzes/highlighters.
* For casual vacations, use a reliable cheap brand, and if you leave something behind, there is no big loss. * As a take-
Consider shopping duties-
Smell free, or all-in-
A makeup palette for the next trip, especially something New Zealand doesn't have. 1.
$7 Fudge Dry shampoo.
The size of the 99 hair care products is usually bulky, but at 54 ML this new fudge mini is easy to slide into the hand luggage or desk drawer, allowing dry shampoo lovers to lift up easily
There is also a mini film gas for style textures and finishes for specific shampoo shops and salons. (
Equity investors have a Ph of 0800 456 426. )
* Also keep an eye out for Kevin Murphy's other good mini dry shampoos at the salon, TreSemme at the supermarket, and Batist at selected pharmacies.
Professional shampoo shops also have a lot of travel options
Size of shampoo and conditioner. 2.
QVS soothing mini eye treatment gel for $9.
99 simply put in the fridge or in the fridge so that these little eye gels are ready when you want to lie down and relax.
And an eye mask ($12. 99)
Equipped with an adjustable Velcro strap, it helps to relieve tension, headache, eye fatigue and sinus pain. (
Equity investors have a Ph of 0800 787 456. )3.
Demela skin moisturizing booster $136 this small water dispenser liquid contains hyaluronic acid can help restore moisture balance.
A few drops away make it a great travel companion.
Wear it underneath or mix it with a moisturizer. 4.
Wrinkle Q10 refreshing eye cream-On $19.
99 since its launch a few years ago, the roller has a universal appeal for men and women, which can provide a sense of cooling and soothing in the following environmentseye puffiness.
Nivea adds to its appeal with this nickel
Free metal roller ball with wrinkles
Combat enzyme Q10, already in the company's-
Aging skin care products5. M. A.
C. Lipgelee $38 and M. A.
C Beauty Powder in Alpha Girl $60 this Lipgelee is just a tropical holiday gift and can also be painted with some color on the cold lips after returning home.
Work with M for the new flush teamA.
C. limited edition Beauty Powder of fashion flower makeup series, where beautiful powder and shadow are printed with Daisy's design. 6.
The trilogy age proves that the eyes of CoQ10 are restored to focus at $39.
When two completely different companies use similar ingredients, it's either the flavor of the month or what they're doing.
Interest in the Q10 variant has continued enough for the latter theory to explain why the trilogy has also chosen to include it in this plant-rich serum, under massageeye area.
With caffeine added, Lotus Ester reduces fine lines and chestnut extracts to reduce the appearance of dark circles, all of which are applied with a small rolling ball. 7.
Elizabeth addon nerve Golden Super recovery capsule $136 60 concentrated serum in each jar, but the best news is that these little golden globes are hard enough to be calculated separately, so you can take as many golden balls as you need, unlike many serums that are packed in heavy bottles8.
Shiseido White Lucent enhanced skin mask 6 packs of $115. The Japanese took the lead in injecting skin care products into the mask, so that Lancome made an indulgent genius mask there.
Shiseido is the leader in the Japanese market, and its facial mask allows customers to rejuvenate, become stronger or brighter.
Each box has six or four, each individually packed so that they can travel well. 9.
Johnson & Johnson daily essential cleansing wipes $9.
Johnson's wipes are free for sensitive skin, the most economical and well done.
Find them and find many similar competitive products in supermarkets and pharmacies. 10.
SPF 60 $22 for sensitive skin sunscreen.
49 This waterproof mineral sunscreen does not contain spices, oils and dyes, so it is suitable for those who find it irritating to have a chemical sunscreen.
I especially like the lightness of my face and the feeling of not having a white building --
Some mineral products have left.
* Another Light sunscreen in a less bulky 125 ml bottle is Nivea sunscreen SPF30 $16. 29 11.
Elizabethyaton Eight Hour Cream target sunscreen stick SPF50 $37 stick for sunscreen touch-
Ups is easy and ideal to ensure that the nose, ears and cheeks are coated. 12.
Chanel Sublimage Masque $325 jars are heavier than you want to bring, but this velvet cream mask takes the burden off
Look at the skin and absorb to make you ready to face the world.