For most of us, travelling can take a toll on our beauty routines and leave our skin dehydrated and prone to breakouts. Combat the stress of flying with these in-flight beauty tricks bloggers swear by. Be sure to shop their essentials below!
"There are two—well, three, main issues on the plane. The most important is that you’re way up in the sky with much, much less atmosphere between you and the sun; the level of UV you’re exposed to through those tiny windows is pretty major. So SPF is the crucial item, above anything else.Once sun-protected, think moisturizer. Go thick, rich, and super-intense on an airplane and pay attention to your lips for the same reason."
The Chriselle Factor
"For those of you that have been following me for a while now know how obsessed I am with taking care of my skin. Since flying is the #1 way to age your skin (aside from sun-tanning) and I travel quite a bit, it’s really important that I’m diligent with my in-flight skin regimen. More often than not, I’ll take a red eye flight to save me a day to spend with my family. That also means that I have to be ready to work right when I land and hit the ground running. So today, I’m going to show you through my tried and true in air routine. Everything is travel-friendly and can fit perfectly into a little pouch to throw into your carry-on."
Sophie's Make Up Blog
"Firstly, I couldn't be without Lush's Dream Cream. A soothing saviour for dry skin this versatile cream treats any dry or unhappy skin. I'm happy to sacrifice some bag space for this large pot - with oat milk, rose water and chamomile blue oil, this hydrating cream is a must-have for parched skin! I've also pulled out a few perky, brightening picks to combat my stressed, tired skin. The Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blush in Diffused Heat is a dreamy coral pink blusher, the powdered pigments and swirls of ambient lighting powder work together to create a flawless, radiant glow. Paired with the MAC Extra Dimension Skinfinish in Double Gleam, they make the ideal match for dewy, glowing skin."