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Travel With Me | In-Flight Beauty

Hey ladies!
As promised, here are my favorite in-flight products. TSA Approved!!
For a while I ditched bringing any liquids in my carry-on bag.
Scared of getting my favorite perfume thrown away or not being able to refresh during a flight….
I found myself quite frustrated.
Ok it’s not a matter of life or death but still, after 8hours up in the air, your skin gets super dry, your face gets swollen and you don’t look your best.
I’m not saying I spend an hour putting products while on the plane lol I’m just advising a few products that could help. It only takes me 5 minutes to freshen up.
After getting the right information I decided to give it a try of course I started with the basic clear Ziploc bag they sometimes provide at the airport. Then I was ready to go!
Using a clear plastic beauty case (sorry I can’t remember where I got this one) I proceeded the same way I would for my makeup bag, using samples and travel-size or small products.
Remember you can’t go over 100ml per person.
I usually don’t wear makeup on the plane because I think it’s useless, but when you want to look nice after landing why not!? But let’s keep it light shall we?!
If I had to pick only one item it would be eye cream.
This baby can save the day or night. Now that I’ve started using it I can’t live without it.
I’ve had the one from Yves Rocher : Serum Yeux for a while, my aunt gave it to me so I started using it the day before my flight to avoid any bad skin reaction.
I was very pleased with the results!
Also my new go-to product is Kiehl’s – In-flight Refreshing Facial Mist . I try to use it only when I travel but it’s so tempting that I often end up using it just because I love it so much.
This spray gives you the fresh face look in seconds. It kind of smells like medicine but I got over it.
When I travel I apply this before, during and after the flight just to keep it nice.
It also helps your makeup last longer 😉
Then we have the Bioderma Créaline H2o sample that I keep in my bag in case I forgot makeup wipes or if I grow a pimple it helps a lot to clean my face.
Another go-to product is L’oreal Paris Touche Magique Concealer in Warm Beige.
I actually got this one just to try drugstore concealer and for when I’m traveling so that I don’t use my expensive YSL Touche Eclat and guess what?! I ended up using the L’Oréal one everyday!
I love the color, the texture and how long it stays.
My skin gets quite light during winter so it’s easier to find my shade.
I totally recommend this product for a cheap dupe of the Touche Eclat.
For extra glow and hydration I brought my Giorgio Armani Regenessence sample (the same one that is in my makeup bag) It gives me an extra boost if I feel my skin getting dry in the plane.
Also L’occitane Shea Butter Hand cream sample works wonders for me and leaves my hand soft.
For mascara to be honest I just took a random sample from my sample box and it turned out to be the Helena Rubinstein Lash Queen Fatal Black mascara which was good, I only applied this after landing to avoid any Panda-like look!
Last but not least my YSL La Laque Couture (similar here) which was the nail polish I was wearing the day I traveled. I kept it in my bag in case I chipped my nails (oops)
Yves Rocher : Serum Yeux
Kiehl’s – In-flight Refreshing Facial Mist
Stella by Stella McCartney perfume
Bioderma Créaline H2o
L’oreal Paris Touche Magique Concealer in Warm Beige
Giorgio Armani Regenessence
L’occitane Shea Butter Hand cream
YSL La Laque Couture (similar here)
Helena Rubinstein Lash Queen Fatal Black mascara
I hope you liked this article. What is your favorite in-flight beauty product?
Xoxo Cecilia
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cecilia linval

Cecilia Linval is a French Caribbean lifestyle blogger with a focus on beauty and travel. Cecilia's expertise also includes digital communication & marketing which she provides consulting services.

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