Travel is not only Farryn Weiner’s passion, it’s her job. As the editor of Jetsetter, the flash-sales travel site that marries curated travel deals with pithy editorial, Farryn has circled the globe twice, keeping her suitcase ready to catch a plane at a moment’s notice. Constantly on the road, she’s developed a pared-down, no-nonsense approach to beauty — her travel kit is filled with tried-and-true staples, worldly finds, multiple-use gadgets, and secrets to looking like a perfectly put together excursionist. Take a look inside after the jump.
Egyptian Magic This is my religion. Egyptian Magic is a skin salve with olive oil and honey; it helps keep my face hydrated on long flights and acts as a dewy moisturizer for when I want a sun-kissed glow. I’ll even use it as conditioner after a day in the ocean.
Tea Tree Oil Just in case I ever get stuck on an island, Tea Tree oil is a life-saver. It’s great for everything from cuts to blemishes, and it smells amazing!
NARS Multiple Stick in Malibu Shade This is perfect for when you need a bit of makeup in a pinch—especially when you need a quick post-flight touch-up. I’m not a girly-girl, but sometimes you need a little color. I use it for my cheeks, eyes and lips.
Kiehls Face Lotion with SPF It’s so important to wear sunscreen, especially when you are not tanning! I’ll admit, I hit the beach on vacation, which makes it even more important to wear sunscreen everyday. I love this product because it is light on my skin and doesn’t have that typical sunscreen smell.
Chanel Mascara Chanel Mascara is my choice when traveling. It leaves my lashes looking natural, but gives me just enough volume for when I’m going out at night. It’s a classic. Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Oil Gel w/ Aloe & Vitamin E I swear by Johnson & Johnson baby oil gel. With aloe and Vitamin E, it’s the perfect post-sun product for your skin. Since it’s not a “liquid” you can pack it in your carry-on and lather up before a flight. It keeps me hydrated for hours and gives my body that “Victoria’s Secret” model shine. I can’t believe I just shared this secret!
Giorgio Armani Fluid Sheer in Bronze When I’m traveling, I will use any excuse to stay hydrated so I opt for a liquid bronzer. Their darkest shade acts as both a highlighter and a bronzer, or can be used as a smoky, golden eye shadow. It comes in a big bottle, so take a small container and squeeze out just enough. I measure it by two drops per day!
Colgate Wisps I am Wisp-obsessed. These portable, mini toothbrushes were made for travelers. Whether I am in a country without safe drinking water (wisps do not require water) or I forgot my toothpaste (they come equipped with toothpaste inside), wisps keep me minty and fresh in any situation.
Old Spice Deodorant I know what you’re thinking, but I’m an adventurous girl, and I never know where the day will take me! Old Spice deodorant will keep me sweat-free (and smelling like my ex-boyfriend) whether I spend the day rock climbing, or strolling through art galleries.
Bumble and Bumble Leave in Conditioner I leave the shampoo at home when I am traveling. Most hotels will have a shampoo or body wash for you to use, but the problem is always the conditioner! Choose a conditioner that can double as a leave-in. One or two drops will give me that perfect beach wave, and help my hair stay protected from the elements, like the dust and wind at the upcoming Coachella festival.
Swiss Army Knife Always be prepared, ladies.
Band-Aids Being spontaneous can get me in trouble, and I tend to hurt myself no matter where I go. When you are in another country the first thing to do is cover up a cut. Never leave an wound exposed.
Pepto Bismol Chewables I will eat anything, especially in a foreign country! But who wants to be sick on a trip? Take one pepto chewable in the morning; it will coat your stomach and help block bacteria. Chaats in India? I’m ready!