STEPH ADAMS: 8 BEAUTY & TRAVEL TIPS FOR LOOKING GOOD ON THE GO
As an experienced fashion and travel femme, we chatted to gorgeous Lifestyle Blogger Steph Adams (and mum to be) about her travel beauty essentials. Well… any excuse to get a peek inside this fashionista’s designer beauty bag!
First launching in October 2009, and best known by her popular blog, www.stephadams.com Steph Adams is a creative talent who is fast becoming a global style icon.
Steph worked around the globe as a model before becoming an Art Director and Digital Influencer and was announced last year as an Ambassador for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week for 2014. Steph has also been employed by global retailers including NET-A-PORTER, British Vogue, Conde Nast Traveler, GQ, Harpers Bazaar, Marie Claire and Vogue Australia and has worked with international brands such as Chanel, L’Oreal, YSL, Nivea and Swarovski to name a few.
Steph is passionate not only about travel but about beauty, fashion, culture and is always seeking to capture and share the experiences she romantically involves herself with. Steph has travelled extensively through Asia, UK, Europe and the USA – so knows all the best travel beauty tips for looking good on the go.
SKIN HYDRATION IS KEY
Hydrate with a good lip balm. Lucas paw paw is incredible as well as Terry Lip Balm which is extra hydrating. La Prairie also do a great travel compact with eye and lip cream.
LEAVE THE WEAPONS AT HOME!
Firstly it may be best to leave any sterling silver nail files or gun inspired hair dryers behind as these might hold you up a bit when going through customs. Instead opt for just taking a hair straightener.
Travel with little jars that you can put your own creams into. An exfoliator in one, suncream, moisturizer and fake tan for face n the others.
Pack a serum to use on the flight as skin can dehydrate. I love La Prairie’s new Anti-Ageing Rapid Response Booster. Chanel also do a Hydra Serum which is great too.
PACK YOUR VALUBLES
All handbags, jewellery and makeup should be packed into your hand luggage and anything else that may be valuable, just in case they lose one of your bags!
A warm scarf or wrap and socks are always a good idea to travel with as it can get really cold on planes.
REMOVE YOUR FACE
Always pack and pop into your bag face wipes to remove makeup if you are on a long distance flight.
Avoid headaches and dry skin by drinking water throughout the flight to stay hydrated.