The Jewish Chronicle - - LIFE - BY TA­MARA CORIN

NO MAT­TER where your des­ti­na­tion, carry-on toi­letries are a chal­lenge to get right. Any woman that loves her cos­metic and wash-bag feels more con­fi­dent hav­ing her prod­ucts close by, in-flight, rather than in the un­der­car­riage. God for­bid it gets lost and you’re with­out; it would scar your hol­i­day more than bad weather ever could. Bud­get air­lines are the worst cul­prits they force us to de­cide be­tween our besties and our medi­ocre cos­met­ics: a chal­lenge for any beauty junkie. Nev­er­the­less, re­stric­tions on look­ing and feel­ing gor­geous should never be over­looked. My tip? De­cant all your favourite liq­uids in empty plas­tic bot­tles and look for minia­ture ver­sions of your best-sell­ing prod­ucts. On ev­ery pos­si­ble oc­ca­sion choose multi-task­ing makeup that ticks all the boxes in one. Don’t, how­ever, go stingy on sun­cream. The teeny-size kid’s sun lo­tion is a great hand­bag-friendly choice, even if you’re lucky enough to be trav­el­ling with­out chil­dren. Fi­nally, don’t fret. Air­side Boots en­sures we’re never to­tally de­prived. So what­ever items you take on board, make them count!

Foun­da­tion sticks, £29

Bobbi Brown Sand eye pal­ette, £48 5. Jurlique Rose­wa­ter bal­anc­ing mist, £16.50 6. L’Oc­c­i­tane Laven­der cologne, £21

Aro­mather­apy As­so­ciates Minia­ture bath & shower oil set, £33 8. RMS Beauty Lip2Cheek tint, £28

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