"...in searching around for shampoo alternatives I did discover a variety of dry shampoos. Carefair.com, a beauty website collecting signatures for a
petition against the TSA`s no-liquids ban, suggests dry shampoos such as Bumble and Bumble Hair Powder"
By planning ahead and using alternatives to their regular hygiene products, Tenne says, people can deplane looking refreshed.
"We`re not showing you how to smuggle the products into the airport," she says. "We`re showing you the alternatives."
With lotions and cream off- limits, Tenne advises applying heavy-duty moisturizer before boarding long flights, which can leave skin feeling dry and dehydrated. And if you can`t live without thick lashes, Tenne said consider false ones.
For germophobes who shudder at the thought of flying sans sanitizer, she suggests packing cleansing towelettes to use on face and hands. Also, men who need an in-flight shave can use shaving powders instead of creams or lotions and pre-dampened towelettes instead of liquid after-shave — along with an electric razor, of course."
This includes items such as toothpaste, perfume, shampoo and even lip gloss.
So what`s a beauty-conscious traveler supposed to do?
"...The online beauty community Carefair.com suggests buying powder shampoo, conditioner and perfume such as Bumble and Bumble Hair Powder and
Victoria`s Secret Heavenly Silkening Body Powder. "
"For every beauty-conscious traveller, it`s a well-known fact that drinking plenty of Perrier and taking your trusty La Mer moisturizer on the airplane is key to looking fresh and beautiful, even after a 10-hour flight. But what else is there to consider? Say you find yourself sitting next to a David Beckam lookalike. Are you paparazzi-perfect? Nathalie Tenne, founder of
www.carefair.com, an online beauty news and networking site, shares her top tips for stocking your carry-on bag. Learn how to look as good on arrival as you did during take-off!"
"It`s one thing to chuck $2 toothpaste, and it`s quite another to throw out $25 shampoo or $75 perfume. To get around the new restrictions on carrying on cosmetics, a new online beauty site,
Carefair.com, advises beauty-conscious customers to use dry powder-based shampoo (i.e. Hair Fix or Bumble and Bumble Hair Powder) and perfume powders (i.e. Victoria`s Secret Heavenly Silkening Body Powder or Jessica Simpson`s Powdered Sugar Deliciously Kissable Body Shimmer)".
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