Nowadays Covid-19 omicron variant causes some flights and holiday cancellations. And planning a trip can bring quite a bit of stress. Stress turns out as you start to choose between all your options and come up with your budget. So as we hope and pray always that everything will be back to normal, here are some tips and ways for you to remove that stress and anxiety for traveling fashion in STYLE.
LOAD AND GO
Not a fan of carrying beauty products? Empty your faves, but access minis that address specific concerns, like serums or color-enhancing shampoo. Another must: styling products that can zip up curls or create beach waves in straight hair.
CUT THE LINE
Apply to enroll in one of the trusted traveler programs. Approved travelers can skip customs lines and use kiosk computers at select airports to input personal information and reenter the country.
PUT INTO A CHEERFUL ME-UP
Not only does dry cabin air strip your skin of moisture, but it also weakens healthy color and brightness. The key to looking fresh upon landing is layering cheeks with creamy, light-reflecting blushes, tucking away a few moisture-rich creamy in vibrant rosy tones, and dabbing on lips too for a pretty color boost.
A whippy bash at take-off can easily look floppy by landing. A loose side ponytail, on the other hand, stays off your face and actually looks better the more rumpled it gets.
DOUSE YOUR COMPLEXION
There’s nothing like a front and center vacation zit to make you wish you’d taken better care of your skin up in the air. Planes are dry and pressurized, so the skin cells compensate by producing more oil, leading to breakouts. So before boarding touch up on a moisturizer with rich hydration, mid-flight refresh skin with a spray of spring water or antioxidant-infused mist.
CARRY ON SWEETIE
Invest in structured luggage with inner and outer pockets for maximum durability and packing space. When you’re ready to fill it, start by evenly distributing shoes along the bottom. Add a layer of folded pants, then roll all soft fabric pieces and place them along the top.
GET ON WITH A BLAZER
Pairing slouchy harem pants with a fitted top when traveling. It looks much less sloppy than sweats and feels just as comfortable. Because temperatures on the plane tend to fluctuate, layer with a tailored jacket, and toss a drapey scarf into your bag as a blanket.
KEEP TOES COMFY
If you’re wearing sandals, your feet will be feeling icy by the time you reach crossing altitude. The fix: Store a pair of cashmere slippers in your carry-on.
AROMATIZED YOUR CLOTHES
To keep your clothes smelling fresh not like the cargo hold of a plane, put a few mini scented candles into your luggage. When you arrive at your final destination, light them in your room. Candles immediately make a foreign environment feel homier.
By Bing Cortez
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