Our Favorite TSA-Approved Beauty Picks
The dreaded 3.4 oz. liquid rule doesn't keep us from traveling with carry-on gems
People forget, but it's crucial to wear products with SPF when you fly, since you're even closer to the sun's rays. I use this tinted lip balm on my lips to keep them hydrated and protected during the flight, then when I land I dab a bit on my lips and cheeks (not technically what it's intended for, but it totally works) to give my face some color.
2. Dove Invisible Solid Trial Size Deodorant, $1.75
I always stash a mini-deodorant in my purse when I fly. It comes in handy often, like the time I flew into Toronto in December, then sweated it out in the over-heated customs line for an hour in my giant winter coat and boots.
3. Nivea Creme Travel Size Tin, $.99
I always bring a tin of this, because my skin gets super dry when I fly. It's a tad greasy, but it'll get rid of dry skin anywhere. Plus, the travel size tin is so thin it can easily fit in your back pocket.
4. Oribe Purse Size Dry Shampoo, $19
My hair gets flat and static-y when I fly, and I need a good dry shampoo to help up the volume in my hair when I land. And if you can't find your favorite dry shampoo in a travel-friendly form, try 3floz.com, they have a ton of brands in TSA-approved sizes.
5. Garnier BB Cream, $11
This is super hydrating, has SPF, and just enough tint to keep me from looking half-dead when I get off the plane. I apply it before I leave and usually once during the flight if my skin is dry, and again when I land (I'm not joking when I say flying sucks all the moisture from my skin).
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