It does. I would wake up still wearing it, looking Beyonce levels of flawless. This is the holy grail of lip products. My poor stained makeup bag paid the price for that. Keep your contour cream based! I love this stuff and have used it for years. I actually use a Dipbrow cream pot and a brush, but I think the pencils are more travel friendly and easier to use.
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I wear it to the gym. I wear it swimming. It lasts, and it gives me doe-eyes, and I love it. Plus, they have a cute little travel-sized version! This stuff is perfect. My entire life, I thought I had crappy, terrible hair. I have terrible hair. Sure, with the right products, some hair tools, and a lot of clip-on extensions, it looks OK. But naturally?
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It tangles and breaks off if I so much as look at it the wrong way. And it has a never ending thirst for blood moisture. Needless to say, it is difficult to travel with! You can skip this section. For the rest of us follicle-challenged folks, read on. Bring the shampoo and conditioner that you need. A shampoo bar is a great alternative to a big bottle of shampoo, and even more moisturizing. Bring a small travel-sized boar bristle brush. A plastic brush can be damaging to your hair — it tends to rip out tangles and can break fragile hair. Pack a teeny, tiny hair straightener.
I air-dry my hair, so no need for a travel blowdryer , but you can pry my tiny straightener from my cold, dead hands. This is the pair we brought with us. Take special care with the ends of your hair. Rhyme intentional. The ends of your hair are the most prone to breakage and splitting, which leads to tangles and frizz — two things I am regretfully well versed in. I brush through with my boar bristle brush to spread the oils through my hair evenly. Coconut Oil and Olive Oil are fantastic for hair.
A little tub of coconut oil goes a long way. And olive oil is an all-around beauty powerhouse! Sometimes travel and skincare go hand in hand, like at this eco-resort in Vilcabama, Ecuador! Yes please!
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Nourishing your skin means keeping it fed and watered with yummy skin-quenching goodness to keep it healthy and vibrant. Protecting it means guarding your skin from things that can damage it. A good skincare routine for travel does both. Here are my favorite travel skincare tips to help you develop a good skincare routine for traveling. Well moisturized skin is healthier, more supple, can respond better to repair damage, and is more resistant to the effects of aging.
But not all moisturizer is created equally. Look for a moisturizer with easily absorbed natural ingredients. Replace any moisturizer that contains Mineral Oil or Dimethicone as one of its first ingredients. In fact, mineral oil can cause acne. Try to steer clear! In a pinch, you can use a cheap mineral-oil based lotion, like the freebies at any hotel, on a tissue to remove makeup.
Generally, a cold or dry climate requires a heavier moisturizer than a hot or humid climate. A heavy moisturizer will sit on your skin and take longer to penetrate; a light moisturizer will absorb almost immediately into your skin. For my year-long backpacking trip I brought one of each and alternate based on where I am.
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In a pinch, just use olive oil. Yes, like edible olive oil that you use for cooking and salad dressing! A small bottle of olive oil in my bag does the work of several products for me! Moisturizing comes from inside AND out. Who needs makeup when you have bold lipstick and sea-salt-wave hair?? Also, if you look really close you can totally see a snorkel mask outline literally burnt into my face. You can moisturize all you want, but nothing can erase the effects of sun damage on your skin. Sun damage strips your skin of moisture, burns your skin cells, prematurely ages your face, and causes wrinkles.
And while I have nothing against wrinkles and am not afraid of aging, I also like my face the way it is. Always wear at least SPF 50 sunscreen on your exposed skin, including your hands and feet.
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Wear a sunscreen specifically made for your face , if your skin is sensitive or acne-prone. This is my favorite. Some makeup has SPF. I use a tinted moisturizer with SPF to multi-task and protect my face while it moisturizes my skin. Wear clothes that protect your skin from the sun. A gauzy white button-down shirt is both fashionable and one of my favorite ways to protect myself from a day in the sun.
I wear it everywhere from hiking to swimming — saves my skin and saves me money on sunscreen! White or light colors are better at reflecting heat and light than dark colors. Bring a little tub of moisturizing cream or salve. Use it on hands, fingers, feet, and even elbows. My husband sometimes uses it in place of beard oil. You can also rub it on the ends of your hair to prevent split ends.
Honestly, we get mani-pedis about once a month. Yes, both of us. If you take nothing else away from this post, let this be the 1 lesson you learn: a bold lipstick makes you look put together even if you do absolutely nothing else whatsoever. Travel Makeup This is a long post!
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Some of them may seem a little … odd, and most of them can be found in your kitchen. But their usefulness on a long trip is unparalleled! Read on for my roundup of multitasking beauty must-haves for travel. Allison Tyson is based in Cairns, Australia. I was really excited when I spotted this book. Like Tyson, I have been scouring the internet to find out what I can do to heal my hair and make it thicker. Not only are there a ton of great tips for hair care, Tyson also explains how and why each tip works.
Now that I can visualize what some damaging practices are actually doing to my hair, I will be much more likely to skip them in the future. The most surprising tip I read was that lacking calcium leads to unhealthy hair. That never crossed my mind before. I make sure my kids get plenty of calcium but never really think about it for myself.
I will be changing my eating habits. Brazilliant Shampoo Bar. New Shampoo Bar. Jason and the Argan Oil Shampoo Bar. Seanik Shampoo Bar. Jumping Juniper Shampoo Bar. Lullaby Shampoo Bar. Copperhead Shampoo Bar. Montalbano Shampoo Bar. Soak and Float Shampoo Bar. Karma Komba Shampoo Bar. Godiva 2-in-1 Shampoo Bar.
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