Packing right and light is the secret to successful traveling, especially in the summer when airports and train stations are flooded with resort bound vacationers. We know all too well that beauty products deemed essential can take up precious space. After all, with the airport restrictions on liquids, gels, and lotions, how do you justify bringing your entire toiletry regimen and still have room for clothes? To lighten your beauty load—and your luggage—here are some products that are great multi-taskers. Now you can laugh in the face of the TSA’s 3-1-1 rule!
Ready, set — GO! Travel light and without a care in the world with this roundup of TSA size-approved handy items. Now you won’t find your favorite shampoo, conditioner or perfume at the bottom of the no-carry-on trash bin. We want to make the last hurrah for summer or your Labor Day plans go as smoothly as possible. Bon voyage!
#1 GO GREEN
Giovanni will take you on a first class ride wherever you’re going with this affordable Eco Chic Cosmetics kit. Appropriately called Flight Attendant, this collection of beauty products will get you through security in a f
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THE UNIVERSAL 3-1-1
We can thank the TSA for getting us all used to the idea of trial-sized toiletries with its nothing short of brilliant 3-1-1 decree.
3.4 Ounces Maximum for Each Item
No More than 1 Quart Total Volume
And It’s All Got To Fit in 1 Baggie
The whole toiletry issue is really a woman thing. Men don’t really get what the big deal is. They travel with toothpaste, a razor, shave gel, and shampoo. In a pinch, a lot of guys could use their shampoo as shave gel and bar soap for shampoo without skipping a beat. They will happily use the free toiletry packs to be found in the seat pockets in Business Class or whatever they fin
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