7 Ways To Transform The Way You Travel

7 Ways To Transform The Way You Travel
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The best place to start when making over the way you travel is your luggage. Choose a carry-on bag with large pockets, like the Kipling Sherpa Carry-On Tote ($109, kipling-usa.com). How To Streamline Your Holiday Packing

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Celebrity hairstylist Lea Journo created the Bon Voyage Travel Kit ($49, qvc.com), so women wouldn't have to rely on hotel hair products when on vacation. The non-bulky silver case inclues a Hydra-Riche Hydrating Shampoo, a Hydra-Riche Hydrating Conditioner, a Pouf Volumizing Spray, and a Mirroir Glossing Cream. Indie Beauty Brands To Put On Your Radar

Leaving home doesn't mean you have to leave behind all your creature comforts. La Fresh offers small packets with individual makeup wipes ($3.99 for six, lafreshgroup.com), so you don't have to carry a bottle around with you. They also have deodorant towelettes, toothpaste mitts so you don't have to pack a toothbrush and more. 20 Amazing Holiday Makeup Palettes

Great packaging is the secret to travel-friendly products, like the Daily Concepts Your Body Scrubber ($12, dailyconcepts.com). There's a suction cup attached, so it can hang on your hotel shower, and still remain perfectly packaged when you take it home. Do You Really Need That Beauty Product?

Just because you need to pack less doesn't mean you need to settle for a bar of soap when it comes to your face. Find the mini version of your skincare favorites, like the Rodial Glamtox Kit ($45, nordstrom.com) or the Suki Deluxe Nourishing Travel Kit ($41.95, sukiskincare.com). Erase The Evidence Of Acne

After packing all the right outfits for your trip, it can be exhausting to then figure out how to best pack jewelry. Try a jewelry organizer, like Clos-ette Too's jewelry case ($50, clos-ettetoo.com). Bracelets, earrings and necklaces all have a place so nothing gets tangled up. Best of all, it folds up into thin clutch. 15 Scary Celebrity Beauty Looks

It's always risky to take a bottle of perfume on a flight, as the delicate glass may break. Mark found the solution to that problem with Fragrance Hits ($16, meetmark.com). The fragrance pencils roll over pulse points to deliver the perfect amount of scent, and you never have to work about them breaking in your luggage. Editors' Picks: Favorite Fragrances

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