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Be­lieve it or not, your com­mute doesn’t have to con­flict with hav­ing flaw­less make-up. Meet our favourite travel-friendly hacks that make en-route beauty a breeze…

1 No time to tidy up eye­shadow fall­out? No prob­lem. Pen­cil sticks pre­vent eye­shadow drop­ping on your face – score. We love Lord & Berry #REGLAM Crayon Eye­shad­ows, £14.

2 Save pre­cious hand­bag space by stock­ing up on mul­ti­task­ing make-up prod­ucts such as Ben­e­fit’s Lip and Cheek Tint, £24.50. This can per­fect two as­pects of your look with zero ex­tra ef­fort on your part.

3 When ap­ply­ing make-up to your eye area, the last thing you want is for pub­lic trans­port to cause you to jab your­self in your peep­ers… Ouch! Steady your hand by gen­tly rest­ing your lit­tle fin­ger on the top of your cheek­bone. Sim­ple, yet ef­fec­tive.

4 Wave good­bye to haul­ing stacks of brushes about by get­ting your­self a beauty blender. Us­ing the handy sponge to blend in ev­ery part of your make-up will save you money and all that faffing around with a bunch of dif­fer­ent brushes on the train. Look loves Real Tech­niques Miracle Com­plex­ion Sponge, £5.99. 5 Can’t be both­ered with that tricky-to-mas­ter con­tour­ing malarkey? Ditch the bronzer and opt for strob­ing in­stead to achieve that wide-awake look in sec­onds. Just ap­ply high­lighter to the top of your cheek­bones, bridge of your nose and sides of your tem­ples.

6 If you make a mess when ap­ply­ing your winged eye­liner (don’t worry – it hap­pens to the best of us), no need to panic. In­stead of re­mov­ing and re-ap­pyling, just use a drop of high-cov­er­age con­cealer to tidy up your wing and re­sume your flaw­less make-up sta­tus.


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