This is my first time going to NYWF but this isn’t my first time to New York and I’m sure with the hustle and bustle of Fashion Week I am going to need the help of some beauty products to make sure I look my best. Here are my 10 essentials:
- Dry Bar Money Maker – I’ll definitely be needing hairspray to keep whatever my style is in place for a long day. I like that it’s flexible hold so my hair will still have movement and it smells fantastic.
- Dry Bar Detox Dry Shampoo – After a day of running from shows and meetings and humidity I’m sure I’ll need to freshen up my flat and shiny roots with some dry shampoo.
- Dry Bar Hot Toddy Heat and UV Protectant – I’ll be putting some serious heat on my hair so I’ll obvi need protectant to keep my hair healthy.
- Kate Somerville Self Tanning Towelette – I for sure will have a spray tan before I go but humidity can really take a toll on spray tans. I love these towelettes for touch ups.
- Scott Barnes Body Bling Platinum – This stuff makes legs look amazing! The shimmer lotion has such a pretty glow, like JLo glow that’s great for photos and a hint of a tint to give or enhance your tan.
- Living Proof Humidity Shield – Self explanatory.
- Frownies Eye Gel – To help my tired under eye situation. They are organic and in 30 minutes help reduce fine lines and any dark circles!
- Evian Facial Spray – I always use this when I travel. Anyone else feels like airplanes suck all the moisture from your skin?! It’s TSA approved, so no worries there. It also helps freshen, tone and remove perspiration from your skin.
- Sole Serum – I am planning on bringing flats (to walk long distances in) but let’s be honest, we all know how much I love my heels and they will inevitably kill my poor tootsies! This stuff is seriously a lifesaver! It instantly makes my feet feel better and helps me wear heels longer. Seriously amazing and fits in any purse. Unless your purse is super duper tiny.
- Blister Block – Nothing worse than a blister! I get them so much on the backs of my ankles and they are killers. Bandaids never stay on back there so your left walking around with a painfully exposed blister. The worst. Better just prevent it.