6 Travel Beauty Essentials

When it comes to staying groomed on the go, these TSA-approved minis are “plane” winners.


Best Makeup Stick


Jane Iredale In Touch Cream Blush
This cream-to-powder blush also triples as eye shadow and lip color. Swipe it on, then blend with a finger (no brush needed). In four perky shades that bring you back to life after a long flight or road trip.

To buy: $28; janeiredale.com.

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Best Cleanser


belif True Tincture Cleansing Stick
Swirl this solid cleansing stick onto wet skin. Chamomile, calendula, and oat extracts help kill bacteria and calm redness. “I love that I didn’t have to worry about it leaking or spilling,” said a tester.

To buy: $28; sephora.com.

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Best Makeup Remover


RMS Beauty Ultimate Makeup Remover Wipes
Don’t leave home without them. Made with organic coconut oil, these wipes easily and efficiently remove makeup or moisturize skin from head to toe. “It’s so potent, I used it multiple times before tossing,” raved a tester.

To buy: $1 each; sephora.com.

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Best Shampoo and Conditioner


It’s a 10 Miracle Moisture Shampoo and Miracle Daily Conditioner
Use the hotel’s body wash, but BYO hair supplies. This sulfate-free shampoo-and-conditioner duo works on all hair types and textures and is gentle enough for dye jobs.

To buy: $12; ulta.com.

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Best Dry Shampoo


Amika Perk Up Dry Shampoo
The formula nourishes, softens, and adds shine to give hair a boost without any dusty residue. “I sprayed it on post-plane ride to revive my headrest hair,” said a tester.

To buy: $12; sephora.com.

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Best Razor


Venus Snap
Smaller than your palm, this petite razor has a shorter handle but still uses the full-size Venus head, so you get the same great shave. It’s also housed in a plastic compact to prevent nicks on fabric or skin.

To buy: $8.50; walmart.com.

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