Travel Must Haves For Amazing Hair

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Do you love to travel? Does your job take you halfway across the world and back again? Whether you’re heading out to visit the in-laws or are taking an exciting vacation to the Bahamas, packing well is essential. This is especially true when it comes to your hair care products. The right ones can keep your style looking picture-perfect every single day of your trip.

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What should you take? And what should you leave behind? It can be difficult to choose the essential items to pack in your suitcase. Thankfully, your decision making is about to get a whole lot easier. We give you the scoop on what products you need to pack when you hit the road.

Start With The Basics

Avid travelers have gone through the internal debate a million times over: should I bring my own shampoo or use what’s at the hotel? The answer: always bring shampoo and conditioner with you. While most hotels offer complimentary hair products, they aren’t necessarily great for your hair. These one-size-fits-all hair care products don’t keep your specific hair issues in mind. Maybe you need a shampoo that offers moisture (like the Bain de Terre Jasmine Moisturizing Shampoo) or a conditioner that focuses on adding strength. Using whatever happens to be in the hotel bathroom can cause your hair to become dry or unhealthy.

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To avoid experiencing damaged hair while you’re off seeing the world, bring your own shampoo and conditioner with you. If you have smaller versions of the product even better, as you can pack them in your carry on. For larger bottles, be sure to store them in a clear bag and pack them in your suitcase. You’ll have gorgeous, healthy hair from the moment you step onto the airplane to the moment you return home.

Add In A Few Important Extras

You need more than shampoo and conditioner to have stunning hair. There are a few other essentials to bring with you when you travel. One great option is to invest in kits, such as the Joico Spring Styling Kit It includes their Power Whip Whipped Foam, Power Spray Fast Dry Finishing Spray, Heat Set Blowout Perfecting Creme and a free Styling Bag. Kits like this are great for travel. They give you a range of important extras – without adding a ton of weight or bulk to your suitcase.

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So which extras do we recommend? Dry shampoo is one essential to bring with you. Wondering why? It’s the perfect way to add life to your hair if you’re in a hurry or feeling lazy. Plus it can be used to make styling easier. Other important extras for travel are hairspray and mousse. Between these products, you’ll be able to style your hair with ease. Be careful not to bring more than the essentials, though. No one needs extra bulk when rushing through the airport.

Don’t Forget The Styling Tools

Now that you have your essential products packed and ready to go, there are just a couple of other hair care items to think about. Something like the Paul Mitchell Pardon My French Mini Tool Gift Set is a fantastic idea. With a mini flat iron and a miniature hair dryer, you can give your hair some oomph or keep it sleek and straight. It all depends on where you’re heading for the day.

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The best part about bringing along some miniature tools? Since they’re smaller in size, they won’t take up a ton of space. That means more room in your suitcase for souvenirs! Taking styling tools with you also eliminates that age-old problem: realizing your accommodations don’t actually have the hair dryer they claimed to. Throw in a few bobby pins and a hair tie or two. That’s all you need! You’re now ready to let loose and see the sights in style.

Traveling isn’t just exciting for it’s own sake – it gives you the chance to experience new things and get out of your day-to-day routine. Unfortunately all that fun can be hard on your hair. So, the next time you travel, pack the essentials and you’ll be stress free and ready to rock your awesome style.

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