10 Best Beauty Products For Travel

When I travel I never take a whole lot of beauty items.  Keeping my packing light and my products simple saves me a lot of stress from hauling more things around than I need. Here are my top pics for things I alway carry around while traveling.

1.) Leave-in Conditioner 

As a curly headed gal I need something to calm the mane. Leavin-in-conditioner helps keep my hair from getting too dry. Even if you have straight hair leave-in-conditioner can help hair maintain its shine. I love Bed Head’s version of leave-in-conditioner because it is really light. Other products leave my hair sticky and stiff. I usually buy mine at TJ-Maxx because it is usually cheaper, but you can also get it at Target or Walmart.

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Bed Head Ego Boost is the beauty leave-in-conditioner I have yet to find.

2.) Face Wipes 

When I am out and about in public, or planning on taking lots of pictures I will probably wear makeup. I never go to bed with makeup, because if I did it would guarantee I would wake up with a blemish on my face. What is even better, is that these bad boys are only $0.99 at your local Walmart.

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3.) Waterprof Mascara 

A little bit of mascara is the majority of the eye-makeup I put on. I always use waterproof in case I get caught in the rain or get really sweaty. Regular mascara ends up all over my face. I really like this brand of mascara, and have been using it for years.

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4.) Tinted Moisturizer

Mary Kay has a great tinted moisturizer that has SPF15. I hate the way sticky sunscreen feels on my face. This is a great alternative to keeping my skin hydrated and protected. The moisturizer also takes away any redness from my face, but it is a lot lighter than

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5.) Bar Soap

Homemade organic bar soap is an underrated beauty product if I have ever heard of one. They are easy to pack and typically last long time.

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6.) Hair Mask

My hair tends to get split ends easily. This helps keep my hair healthy and strong. I use two different kinds, and I have seen significant improvements on the ends of my hair.

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7.) Deoterant Boms 

I never know when I might need a little freshing’in up. Flight delays. Long hikes. When traveling there not always a direct home to go to. Carrying things like deoterant help me not feel so gross if it is going to be a while before I can get in a shower.

8.) Lip Balm 

EOS has been my favorite chapstick for a long time. Burt’s Bees is a close second. During cold month, or if my lips get sunburned I will be in desperate need of some balm on my lips. Another favorite of my is Burts Bees. I especially liked the colored ones. It makes me look like I am wearing lipstick, but it is smooth like lip balm.

9.) Mary Kay Face Mask 

Mary Kay has a great line of products for acne-prone skin like mine. Their clear-poor charcoal mask is a go-to of mine. I made the mistake of buying peel off charcoal masks that are glue-infused. These masks tore my skin and made my pore bigger. The Mary Kay mask cleans out my pores, and then I just wash it off. They come in travel sizes, but I have the regular size. It is especially refreshing after a long day hiking, or walking around a city.

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If you are interested I love love love buying my Mary Kay products from my good friend Cate. You can purchase a face mask from her by clicking HERE.

10.) Dry Shampoo

On the road I never know exactly how much time I have. Typically I only wash my hair a couple times a week but sometimes I after a couple days need a to expunge some oil at my roots. This is especially good for people with oily hair. I have dry hair, since it is super curly but I still use this as one of my go-to products.

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