PALM TREES

Sunglasses Céline, Dress ASOS, Sandals Havaianas

Morning lovelies! How were these last few days? I actually had the best start to the week, there’s nothing like spending time with friends. I will admit that I’m not the most sociable person. When I’m close to someone I’m pretty cray cray, but I’m not like that with everyone, and I’m definitely not one to ‘bum lick’ just to get people to like me. I like my own company a lot, so I honestly couldn’t care less if I hang out with people or not, or if people like me. But lately I was feeling a little down and feeling like I didn’t have a good, solid connection with anyone in Bristol. My bestie Becca left Bristol a couple of years ago and things were never the same for me. You know when you have that amazing bond with someone, where you can just be yourself and they join in on the madness instead of looking at you like you’re a complete weirdo? Yeah, I had that with her. We would talk to each other in a Texas accent, we would burp in front of each other - classy, we would come up with some crazy dance moves that made us look ridiculous, and we would just laugh about the most stupid, irrelevant things. Life was fun! And this week I finally had fun like that again. I went bowling - which I suck at, went go-karting and had loads and loads of food. It’s just been a good week. The guys I went with are people I can totally be myself with and it felt good to not have to hold back. Still keeping the circle small though... Haha. 

Here’s this gorgeous maxi dress from Asos. I originally wanted it in a baby blue colour, but at the time it was out of stock and thank goodness for that! I much prefer this print. It’s super flattering and makes me feel rather sexy I must admit. These pictures were taken in the middle of a very busy road, so we were literally trying to get the shots every time there were no cars around. Talk about living life on the edge! 

Hope you have an amazing weekend! 

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KIKO POWER PRO NAIL LACQUERS

Kiko is a brand I’ve heard so many people talk about, but it wasn’t until recently that I tried something from them. I bought one of their eyeliners and I must say that it exceeded my expectations. I’m always overwhelmed by choice when I go into one of their stores, which is why I haven’t bought more from them, but I saw these two Power Pro ail polishes and couldn’t resist picking them up. I got these right before my holiday, which is why the colours are so bright and summery. Sorry!

First of all, how cute are these bottles? I think they’re mega. They’re also tiny and handy to travel with. The brush is sightly rounded which makes nail painting a lot easier as you’re not as likely to paint over the edges. The colour pigmentation is brilliant, one coat is all you need to get an opaque colour, but of course, two is always better. It lasts a good five days before I notice any chipping which is truly incredible with my job. Seriously, any cabin crew will tell you that after a day of moving trolleys around and arming/disarming slides, most of the nail polish is gone! So if a nail polish lasts a whole day and not one chip is present, you know you’re onto a winner. The finish is really glossy, gel-like almost and the best bit, they dry super fast. I’m talking super speed! Whenever I’m in a rush, or simply can’t be bothered to wait around for nail polish to dry, I always reach for these. Maximum five minutes and my nails are dry. I really want to pick up some nudes and dark shades from the same range.

What do you recommend from Kiko?

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By Terry Rouge Expert Click Sticks

It’s Autumn, finally! Autumn is without a doubt my favourite season of the year, there’s something so magical about it. I’m so excited to wear big, chunky, knit jumpers, boots, big fluffy scarves, having a hot chocolate in the evenings while watching a series on Netflix. Oh, and not to mention the anticipation for Christmas and the German Markets. As you can see the list is pretty extensive, but I have to mention one more thing, dark lips! My fave! As I do every year, I went out and bought a couple of lipsticks that I think are perfect for this season. 

I’ve been hearing so many people rave about the By Terry Click Sticks, and me already being a massive fan of the brand, that I just had to check them out. I popped into Space NK and had a good old swatching session and came back home with the shades Mystic Red and Dark Purple. First of all, how amazing is the packaging? The product is housed in a pen-style tube and the lipstick pops up when you click the button at the bottom. It brings up just the right amount of product in just one click, and it’s easier to control than normal wind-up pen-type lipsticks. It also has a tear drop shape to it which makes application so easy and precise. There’s no need for a lip pencil or a lip brush, so if you like applying lipstick on the go and not have to worry about lining your lips first, this is an excellent choice. 

It has a floral scent to it which really reminds me of my mums lipsticks back in the day lol, I know it doesn’t sound too appealing but it’s actually a pleasant scent and one that fades when it’s on the lips. The finish is probably what I like the most about it, it’s a velvet matte, which means that it feels super soft and comfortable on the lips, but isn’t completely matte, it gives off a faint glow. The colour payoff and longevity is also fab, it lasts hours on me, even through eating, and when it starts to fade it looks beautiful. It leaves a gorgeous, healthy stain that looks super natural. I really want to try the more nude shades in the range and also a couple of other bold colours that caught my attention. Here’s my wish list, Mimetic Beige #1, Chilly Cream #13, Crimson Click #19 and Palace Wine #21. They're £24.50 each, so feel free to send me donations to feed my beauty obsession haha!

Have you tried these? What are your thoughts?

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NECTARINE

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Hey lovelies, how’s your week going so far? Mine hasn’t been too bad. My boyfriend went to see his family for a couple of days and it felt so lonely in the house without him. We’ve been together for almost seven years and we still get on (if not better) than we did when we first got together. Since I had all this time to myself, I started watching Vlogmas videos, and not gonna lie, I maaay have watched Home Alone haha. I’m one of those people that absolutely lives for the Christmas season so I’m beyond excited that Autumn is here. What’s your favourite holiday? 

Here’s an outfit I wore while I was out in Rhodes. I’m in love with these Mango jeans, they have such a lovely texture to them. I actually need to get a black pair of jeans because I have none right now, the ones I had went a greyish colour, so I had to throw them out. Any recommendations? 
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MY AFTER SUN MUST HAVES

Laying out in the sun and getting a bit of colour is such an amazing feeling, but of course that amazing colour will only stay if you take really good care of your skin after. This year I wanted to take away a couple of products that I had never tried before and they honestly rocked my world! One of them I’ve used for years and two of them are new discoveries which I am super impressed with and mega excited to share with you.

If you read my post on SPF then you will know that I am a big fan of Garnier when it comes to sun care. I just think that their products are so efficient and really do what they say. This particular product I’ve used for a couple of years and it always goes away with me on holiday. It’s has a gel texture which feels so refreshing on the skin. Usually I place it in the fridge and slather this all over my body after a day in the sun and I can’t even explain how amazing it feels! It absorbs quickly and leaves me feeling fresh and hydrated. Definitely a must have.

Oh. My. Gawd! Words cannot express how much love I have for this product. It was one of those that I saw online, read the ingredients list (smallest list in the world btw) and just wanted to buy it immediately. There’s something about Aloe during the summer that always appeals to me. I picked this up from Space NK and had to try it before taking it away with me. I used to spray this in the mornings as a little refresh and extra layer of moisturise before my face cream and already knew that this was going to become a summer essential for me. I wasn’t wrong. Whilst I was sunning it up in Rhodes, this worked wonders on my skin. After having a shower I used to spray this all over my face and body. It felt so cooling and hydrating, exactly what I needed after a day in the sun. I did go through this bottle rather quickly, five days I’d say, but I used it so much and I felt like it really helped my skin. I definitely missed it when I ran out. If you haven’t tried this yet, you have to! Promise you won’t be disappointed.

This was a new purchase for me, again if you read my SPF post you will already know that I have wanted to try products from this brand for a very long time. It’s one of the best aftersun creams I’ve used so far. Unlike the Garnier one, this is more of an actual lotion, it smells like summer and leaves the skin looking glowing. It almost looks like it has shimmer in it because your limbs are left looking so hydrated and shiny, Victoria Secret model-esque if you like. Usually after a few days in the sun I tend to start getting dry, flakey skin around my belly, arms and chest, however I hardly had any dry skin at all this time and I think it’s down to this product. I can see why so many people are obsessed with this brand.

What are your after sun must haves?

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HOW TO ALWAYS HAVE A SUCCESSFUL SHOPPING TRIP

Topshop Shirt, Topshop Shorts, Asos Sliders, Zara Bag, Prada Sunglasses

I think I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve gone out shopping and came back home empty handed. Not because I didn’t like anything, but because I just wasn’t feeling myself that particular day. I still ask myself why I even bother leaving the house to go shopping on days where I feel like that, but hey ho. Last month I was out shopping for some new fashion pieces for my Greek holiday, and it occurred to me that there’s always a reason as to why I sometimes come back home with nothing, and it’s usually down to very minor things that actually make a very big difference. 

1. Be In A Good Mood 
There’s nothing worse than going out in a bad mood. If your mind is already set for the day and you’re feeling negative about everything, chances are you won’t like anything you try on. Seriously, when was the last time you had a successful shopping trip whilst being in a bad mood? Yep, can’t remember mine either.

2. Make Sure Your Hair Looks Good 
Minor detail, but to me it makes all the difference. I’m one of those girls that would rather have nice hair than nice makeup. I feel quite confident without makeup, but if my hair is looking rubbish (greasy, flat, frizzy) I just won’t feel like I look good. Personally when my hair looks good I can tell straight away if I like an outfit or not, mainly because I can imagine myself wearing it, wether it’s for a night out or for every day, it just gives me the perfect idea of how it’s going to look on me when I actually style it.

3. Wear A Bit Of Makeup 
Ok, so I know I just said that I would rather have nice hair than nice makeup, but a little concealer or brow gel never hurt anybody. Of course if you feel more confident wearing a full face of makeup, do it! Like I said, when you have nice hair or nice makeup it can give you a better idea of how you’re going to style the outfit. Feeling pretty will most definitely improve your mood and in turn, your confidence, so you’ll definitely be more likely to purchase something.

4. Don’t Go During That 'Time Of The Month' 
Uff, it’s that time for me right now and I am not loving life haha. This is a funny one because apparently during ‘that time of the month’ women are supposed to look the most attractive, however I find that going clothes shopping whilst there’s so much going on down there really doesn’t help. You feel bloated, you feel pain, you feel emotional... You get the gist, it’s just not a good idea. 

5. Make Sure All Your Bills Are Paid
Boringgg, but it had to be said. Back when I lived at my parents I loved going out and splurging on clothes, but lately I can’t help but feel a little guilty if I haven’t paid my rent or my electricity bill. There’s nothing worse than buying something and feeling that regret and worry because you know that you have outstanding bills. I know we all have different incomes so this won’t apply to everyone, but be smart when it comes to spending. I always pay my bills, save some money and then I’m free to spend money on whatever I fancy buying. Ok, boring talk over!

What are some of your shopping tips?

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CULT BEAUTY HAUL

It’s been a while since I’ve done some online beauty shopping or any beauty shopping in fact. Surprisingly I have been buying a lot more clothes and shoes than anything else which is quite unusual for me, I usually just stick to the same jumpers and jeans haha. But I wanted to try a few new beauty bits and here are my thoughts on them so far.

I’ve been hearing a lot about Huda Beauty and with the cooler weather fast approaching I wanted to add some darker shades into my lipstick collection. I can’t tell you how excited I was to get these. I picked up two of the Liquid Matte lipsticks, Cheerleader which is a muted red, and Famous, a dark burgundy. Cheerleader I really like, it applied well and looked even on my lips, however Famous was a massive let down. I know it’s hard to get dark lipsticks right, but this formula just didn’t work for me. I find the lipstick really hard to apply, it’s really liquid-y so if you don’t remove the excess, it will go everywhere. The colour also came off very patchy. I applied it like I apply all of my liquid lipsticks, I start by lining my lips with it and then fill in the rest, but it just didn’t work for me with this one. The colour looked very uneven throughout my lips and I can’t even say that maybe it was because my lips were dry, because honestly they’re the smoothest they’ve been in a long time. It also didn’t last very long at all, I had it on for two hours, only ate once and had to reapply because it looked a mess. Having said all this, I still want to try some lighter shades from the Liquid Matte range because I do really like Cheerleader. I also picked up a Lip Contour in the shade Vixen which I love! It’s a dark brown with a hint of burgundy. I’m such a fan of dark, vampy lips during Autumn/Winter, so I know I’ll be getting a lot of use out of this.

Something I’ve also wanted to try for so long was the Omorovicza Queen of Hungary Mist, but have you seen the price tag on it? Uff! So expensive for a facial spray. However, Cult Beauty are stocking a limited edition bottle which is slightly smaller and of course, cheaper, so I finally bought it! I’ve been really enjoying it so far and it has the most pleasant scent. It reminds me of a medicine called Aspégic random, which you dissolve in water, and the scent of this mist is the same as the taste of that medicine which I’ve been a fan of since forever.

And last but not least, I bought the Escentric Molecules 01 Perfume. Not impressed so far. It’s got a lot of ‘science’ behind it and it’s meant to smell differently on everyone because it reacts to your natural scent and emphasises it - something like that. However, it either doesn't work, or I don’t have a natural scent, because it smells of nothing on me. I’ve only tried it a couple of times though, so I’ll have to give it a proper test drive. *Update! Just read a bit more about this, and apparently it's rare that you can smell it on yourself. That explains a lot! Will have to ask people if I smell good or not then haha!*

What are your latest purchases?

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HOW TO PACK LIKE A PRO

Ok, there’s no way of saying this without sounding like a complete big head, but I’m actually very good at packing. I don’t pack weeks or even days before my trip, I usually pack the night before and I never seem to forget anything, apart from the odd bobby pin or hair tie. Today I’ll be sharing my top five packing tips to make sure you never leave anything behind, whilst also leaving some space/weight in your bag so you can bring back all the goodies you bought whilst you were away. 

1. Make A List 
Right, so I said I don’t start packing weeks or days before my trip, but something I always do weeks in advance is a list. It helps so much because there’s always something you remember in the lead up to your holiday, so by writing it down on your phone or a piece of paper ensures that you won’t forget it. I always make lists and I like to split them into categories. I have a Travel section where I write down all the necessary travel bits and bobs like passport, boarding pass, hotel confirmation, car hire confirmation etc... I have a Miscellaneous category where I write down the things that don’t fit into any other categories like travel adaptors, hayfever tablets, pain killers, contact lenses, glasses etc... Then I move on to Clothes and Toiletries & Makeup. Self explanatory. Oh, and when it comes to packing makeup, pack light! You don’t need those four eyeshadow palettes and you definitely don’t need twenty different lipsticks. From experience, I hardly use any makeup when I’m away, especially if I’m going to a sunny destination, so I’ve learnt that I only need a select number of products. So yeah, make a list and I promise you’ll never forget your hair ties and toothpaste again. 

2. Take Minis
Taking full sized products really isn’t handy at all! Especially if you’re a massive skincare junkie like me and have cleansers, toners, facial sprays, eye creams, face creams, the whole shebang to take with you, it can make your checked in bag rather heavy. I always decant most of my products into smaller containers or try to find minis/travel sizes of my products. I even depot my foundation so I don’t have to carry around a huge bottle.

3. Roll Your Clothes
This my friends, is life changing. I always used to struggle when packing until I came across a video on YouTube where Camila mentioned that she always rolls her clothes in order to fit more in and have more space. I tried it and it was revolutionary! Seriously, try it on your next trip. I also find that my clothes become less creased when I roll them which is also a bonus. 

4. Take Clothes You Will Actually Wear
How many times have you taken clothes on holiday and not worn them? Too many I bet! On the list I always write out what I plan to wear during the day time and during the evening. I write out how many days I’m going to be away for and plan an outfit for each day. This might seem a bit extra but really helps with packing things that you will actually wear and saves you time when it comes to getting dressed in the morning because you already have an outfit picked out. I also like to take pieces that I can get multiple use out of, things that are versatile and that I can wear for different occasions.

5. Only Take Products Your Skin Agrees With
This one seems trivial but I learnt this the hard way. Back in February I went away for a week and thought it was the perfect time to try out a new cleanser. Big no, no!! My skin reacted pretty badly to it and I got tiny little bumps all over my face for the entire holiday. I felt so self conscious because it was very visible when the sun hit my face. All I wanted to do was come back home so that I could go back to using my normal cleanser. So yeah, take products you know work for you. 

Of course there are loads more tips, but these are some of my main ones. What are some of yours?

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SPF PLEASE

Throughout the whole year I am the biggest skincare advocate! I’ll cleanse, tone, use my serum, eye cream, moisturiser and an SPF. And yes, that includes using SPF during winter, but as soon as I’m in the sun, I somehow almost forget everything I believe in and how much I don’t want wrinkles and just want to go dark as quickly as possible. I can't be the only one, can I? Although I tan very easily and very quickly, the first couple of days in the sun I always burn, however, I didn’t burn nearly as much this past holiday and I believe it’s down to these amazing products.

I’ve heard of Institut Esthederm for a few years now but always thought their products were a little expensive for sun creams. They usually wash off when I go for a swim so I didn’t see the point in spending so much on an SPF, but Feel Unique were having a sale on their Sun & Tan range so I decided this was the time to go for it. They also sent me a little travel/sample size of their Bronz Repair Anti-Wrinkle Tanning Cream, which is probably my favourite face SPF ever and I’ll never go on holiday without it again. It smells amazing, doesn’t leave a horrible white cast on the face and I feel like it really protected my face in the sun. I usually burn on my face the first couple of days, and end up with a really red nose and rosy cheeks, however this time I tanned straight away. Definitely a firm favourite of mine and one I’ll be taking away with me in future sunny holidays.

For my body I used the Adaptasun Protective Body Lotion. What’s funny with Institut Esthederm is that they don’t use an actual factor number, they determine the strength of the protection by using sun symbols. At the bottom of every bottle you’ll see either one, two or three sun symbols. One sun meaning you’ll be exposed to soft sun, two sun symbols stand for moderate sun and three sun symbols means you’ll be exposed to extreme sun. I was kind of debating which one to go for, but ended up going for the moderate sun protection. It done a fab job! I did burn on my shoulders, but only slightly, usually I burn a lot more and in other places too. My skin always felt moisturised whilst using this and I always felt like applying more. Some sun creams I find are a real chore to apply, they’re either really sticky or really oily, so I tend to avoid using them, but with this one I felt like using it all the time. It was super soft and creamy and blended out with hardly any effort needed. 

One I’ve been using for years and just had to mention is the Garnier Golden Protect Protective Oil. This one is quite oily and messy to apply but I won’t deny that it helps with tanning quicker. My boyfriend swears by this, he literally won't use anything else. He used up the whole bottle in seven days and only went for SPF 15, can you tell who the sun worshipper is out of the two?

What are your favourite sun creams?
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FRIDAY CALLED

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Thank God it's Friday! Not because it's Friday, but because I'm finally off. Waking up at 4am for five days in a row is no fun! To be honest I prefer having my days off during the week rather than weekends, it's less crowded and less noisy. I like being able to go into the city centre without having to 'excuse me' my way through the whole time haha. I think it's because I deal with so many people, in such a loud environment everyday, that I just appreciate the silence when I can get it.

How's your week been so far? Mine's quite good actually, I felt a bit off my A game on my first day back at work after Rhodes, but after the first flight I felt like I knew what I was doing again, phew. I'm off to the GP in a bit, oh my life is so thrilling. Before my holidays I had to go into A&E and they discovered that my heart apparently always skips a beat. What does that even mean? I'd love to say that I have exciting things going on this weekend, but I don't. I'm so boring, yawn. I'd like to go to kizomba classes again as I haven't been in a long time, but we shall see. What are your plans for the weekend? 

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AUGUST FAVOURITES

So apparently people aren’t into watching the monthly favourites videos on YouTube anymore. Why is that? I’ve always been a huge fan of monthly favourites. It always gave me such good insight as to what I might also like to buy or avoid. Anyhow, there have been a few products that I’ve absolutely fallen in love with and wanted to share them with you in a post. It isn’t a video, so I’m sure you won’t mind haha. Now, I know it’s not the end of the month, nor is it the first, but I wanted to show you them anyway. 

Let’s start with the Phyto Plage After Sun Recovery Spray. I bought this to take away with me on holiday and had no idea I was going to like it this much. I don’t know the science behind it, or what it’s supposed to do, but it smells divine, can be used on wet or dry hair, makes my hair feel super soft and helps with detangling. Two thumbs up from me.

I don’t know what’s up with me lately but I’ve been going through bottles of perfume like nobody’s business! I was going to repurchase a favourite of mine from Bulgari but decided to go for the new Stella McCartney Pop fragrance. It’s really fresh and summery, however I really don’t like the bottle, it’s super pretty and girly, but not practical at all. It’s quite hard to hold the bottle and press the spray 'button' at the same time. I thought I had a faulty bottle but I tried a couple others in shops and at duty free and they were all the same. Do any of you have the same issue?

Now let’s talk makeup. I bought the By Terry Cellularose CC Serum in the shade Sunny Flash off Lydia’s recommendation and I have to say I’m in love. It’s the perfect makeup/skincare item to take away with you on holiday or if you want a bit of colour but no coverage. I went the entire seven days in Rhodes without using foundation, this and concealer did me just fine. It gives so much glow to the skin without being sparkly, it amazes me all the time. It leaves the healthiest glow and such a nice colour. It’s pricey of course, it’s By Terry, but totally worth it in my opinion. 

I’ve also been loving the Next Stardust Glow highlighter. It’s just so easy to draw on your face and to blend out with your fingers or a brush. It isn’t too in your face like some highlighters can be and just looks really natural, like that highlight is naturally yours. For the lips, I picked up this Clarins Lip Balm at the airport and didn’t put it down the entire holiday. It has such a nice peachy scent to it and leaves a hint of coral on the lips. Hydration-wise I wouldn’t say it’s the best, it’s definitely one to use if your lips are already smooth and you just want to maintain it.

Lastly, my favourite out of all these favourites, the Hamptons Sun Aloe Mist. Ugh, I won’t go into it so much because I am dedicating a post to it soon, but it’s the best thing if you’re going to a warm place where you’ll be catching some sun. I can’t tell you how gutted I was when I finished this bottle! I just love it, love it, love it, love it. More on it soon. 

What were your favourites last month?

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NAUTICAL VIBES

Morning lovelies! Thought I’d start this week with a fashion post. I’m thinking of doing more of these, what do you think? I have a busy week of work ahead of me, I do love the job, but it can get so tiring flying back and forth all the time, I sometimes forget where I am haha. It’s hard getting back into the swing of things after a relaxing holiday, but it has to be done right? I’m keeping it short today as I want some of my posts to be more chilled and not have to bombard with you loads of information all the time, let me know what you think of this format.

I saw this dress in Zara a couple of weeks ago and fell in love with the print right away! What do you think of the pattern? It’s so nautical to me, and fun fact, I love everything nautical! I paired the dress with some Tory Burch sandals which are honestly the comfiest shoes in the whole world.

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Flight Mode

Hello world! How are you doing? Gosh, can’t believe it’s been almost a month since I last posted on here! I was feeling pretty uninspired when it came to my blog and I didn’t want to upload random posts just for the sake of it. It wasn’t things to blog about that I was lacking inspiration from, it was actually more related to photography. As you know, my blog focuses mainly on beauty things with the odd fashion or life update post, but my beauty pictures were becoming a bit same-y and that’s something that was annoying me, massively. To me photography plays such an important role in blogging, sometimes even more than what people write - of course it depends what the post is about, but yes, pictures can make or break a post. So there you go, that’s the reason I’ve been absent for so long, however, I recently spent the most amazing seven days in Rhodes with my other half and he was the best boyfriend ever and took loads of pictures, and I am now feeling so inspired and excited to share them with you!

Since the title of this post is called Flight Mode and me being a Cabin Crew, I thought it was only fitting that I share with you my top five travel tips.

1. Bring noise cancelling headphones / ear plugs
If you’ve ever forgotten your headphones or ear plugs, you will know that there’s nothing worse! Being stuck on a flight where all you want to do is chill, maybe even sleep a little, but have people shouting, babies crying, engine noise, and hearing announcements from the crew (non-safety related) can be so annoying and really ruin your inflight experience.

2. Bring your own food & drinks
Let’s face it, plane food isn’t all that great. There are airlines that provide you with food, but others do not, and you will have to purchase it onboard for quite a high price, not to mention that they sometimes run out so you probably won’t get what you wanted. Always buy something at the airport and never forget to bring water! A big bottle if possible.

3. Bring something to keep you warm
We’ve all been there! We’ve all been on a flight where it all of a sudden got freezing cold and the crew didn’t have any blankets. I always make sure I bring a hoodie or a jumper to wear if this ever happens. I also always wear a t-shirt as it can sometimes get boiling hot. My point is, make sure you’re prepared for any eventualities. 

4. Bring your skincare
Always! Maybe this is isn’t such an essential if you’re on a very short flight, but if it’s longer than 3h, or if you’ve just come back from a sunny holiday, I would highly suggest bringing some sort of moisturiser. I usually take my face cream, eye cream and a travel size body lotion. 

5. Put all your documents in a pouch
Passports and boarding passes get checked so many times that it helps if you have them all in one place for easy access. Especially for us women, we carry around so many things in our Mary Poppins bag, that it’s sometimes hard to find what we’re looking for. If you have all your travel documents in one little pouch, it’ll mean that you’re less likely to lose them and you’ll always be able to find them when needed.

What are some of your travel tips?

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