El­e­ments of Travel

Essen­tials with which to mark your ter­ri­tory across the globe

Red Magazine - - Empowered - WORDS OLIVIA ESTRADA PHO­TOG­RA­PHY DAN­ICA CONDEZ

In a for­eign city, even the most sea­soned jet-set­ters play safe by fol­low­ing a tried-and-tested beauty route: al­ways start with a clean base. The Per­ri­cone MD Blue Plasma Cleans­ing Treat­ment helps main­tain the skin’s bal­ance amid changes in weather, al­low­ing ev­ery trav­eler to dodge dark spots and wrin­kles along the way.

Ex­plor­ing a coun­try may en­tail min­i­mal makeup—pos­si­bly best achieved with Neal’s Yard Reme­dies Wild Rose Beauty Balm, a rich con­coc­tion made with nat­u­ral, plant-de­rived in­gre­di­ents, and Clar­ins BB Beauty Per­fec­tor with SPF 30, shield­ing the face from the sun. The lat­ter helps re­store the skin’s elas­tic­ity and mois­ture, and lets any­one achieve the “no-makeup” makeup look as in­con­spic­u­ously as any wan­der­ing lo­cal.

Have your lips and nails make a last­ing state­ment with the Laura Mercier Iconic Lead­ing Lady in Cather­ine (with the set con­tain­ing a Velour Lip Color and Lip Glace good for quick touchups and ef­fort­less ap­pli­ca­tion) and the OPI Break­fast at Tif­fany’s Duo Pack to do one quick man­i­cure when the ad­ven­ture calls for it. Af­ter paint­ing your fin­gers, keep your hands mois­tur­ized with L’Occitane Joyeuses Fêtes hand cream.

Be­fore you board that next plane, sneak in a small ves­sel of Dip­tyque 34 Essences Insen­sées Solid Per­fume as well as the Mario Bade­scu Fa­cial Spray—some­thing to freshen up the skin dur­ing that long hu­mid flight.

Clock­wise from top: Laura Mercier Iconic Lead­ing Lady in Cather­ine, Per­ri­cone MD Blue Plasma Cleans­ing Treat­ment, Clar­ins BB Beauty Per­fec­tor with SPF 30, Dip­tyque 34 Essences Insen­sées Solid Per­fume, Neal’s Yard Reme­dies Wild Rose Beauty Balm, Mario Bade­scu Fa­cial Spray with Aloe, Herbs, and Rose­wa­ter, OPI Break­fast at Tif­fany’s Duo Pack, and L’Occitane Joyeuses Fêtes hand cream, all avail­able at Rus­tan’s.

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