The key to Simone’s ability to pack light was downsizing toiletries. She shares creative ways to reduce liquids and pack smaller and lighter containers.
Taking your body and facial hair grooming routine on the road isn’t always easy. Here are some helpful tips and hair removal options for travelers.
Many travelers want to know, how long do travel toiletries last? Here’s a look at how many washes Ali got from 1 oz of shampoo, plus input from HPL readers.
Dara has dealt with acne and skin problems while traveling, and she’s sharing her packing list for sensitive and tricky skin so you can have clear skin on the road too.
For some females, packing a hair dryer is a necessity. Here’s a look at how to choose a blow dryer and what some of the best travel blow dryers are.
Katie shares why she loves dry shampoo for travel, how it has helped her in so many situations, and why you should give it a try.
Lucy explains why the one little thing she can’t travel without is coconut oil. She tells us how versatile it is and how many things she’s used it for.
We preach bringing as few beauty items as possible, because you’re beautiful without them, but these smarter beauty packing hacks help you have options when you travel without the extra bulk or potential mess.
Solid travel perfume is just one of many ways to cut down on your liquids when traveling. You don’t have to worry about spilling an expensive bottle or fitting it into your size restrictions.
I’ve had shorter hair for almost four years and wouldn’t turn back, especially as my lifestyle becomes more travel-centric. Here are some of the items that I recommend for fellow short-haired travelers.
Indulging in the occasional beauty treatment on your travels can help you feel like new. Just be sure to takes these tips for beauty treatments abroad into consideration.
I don’t really bring any jewelry– I just accessorize with red lipstick. It’s good for someone that wants to pack light but still wants to add a little more oomph to their appearance.