Summer travel is upon us, and I’m sharing seven of my must-have travel products that I stash into my cosmetic bag. It’s what I always throw in my bag before heading out for a weekend getaway, an overnight conference or a family vacation. They help me feel Orgullosa and get me ready to go and presentable in a snap.
COVERGIRL’s Full Lash Bloom Mascara in black makes my lashes fuller and thicker in no time. A few sweeps makes my eyes look bigger without making my lashes stiff or brittle.
Ready Set Gorgeous foundation is light enough for everyday use. I like to dab it on with my fingers onto my skin and then cover evenly with a foundation sponge.
What you see is not necessarily what you get with COVERGIRL lip gloss. This bright red gloss is really more of a sheer color that goes great by itself during the day, and over a stronger lipstick at night.
I’m a stickler for face cleansing and moisturizing. I’ve been recovering from bad skin for over a decade now, so I make sure to take care of my skin as much as possible. This includes regular facials and lots of serum and moisturizer. A couple of my personal favorites include Olay Total Effects night moisturizer and Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Serum. I’ve been using both of these skin care products for a few months now, and I can see a difference in my skin.
Tide To Go Stain Remover is perfect for small stains – especially when a washer and dryer is not available. And finally, I have to have a nice body wash with me. I absolutely hate the feeling of showering with a bar soap coupled with hard water. A nice smelling body wash like Olay’s White Strawberry & Mint Body Wash is a must.
There you have it – seven of my favorite cosmetic bag must-haves for traveling. I use these in my every day life, and it’s the minimum that I need to stay looking fresh and very much like myself.
[disclaim]This is not a sponsored post. I received products to facilitate this post. All thoughts and opinions remain my own. [/disclaim]
Originally published on June 2, 2015. Last Updated on June 4, 2015 by Pattie Cordova