Travel Like a Model | Supermodel Secrets



  • Jun 19, 2015

How to Travel Like a Supermodel, by Lindsay Ellingson

I’ve been so fortunate to travel the world for the past 10 years as a model. In that time, I’ve learned how to dress for a flight, pack efficiently, and arrive at my destination looking and feeling great—well, most of the time anyway! Wherever you may be jetting off to this summer, I hope these tips I’ve picked up over the years will be useful to you. 

Scroll through for all of my travel beauty secrets! 

Travel Attire

My travel uniform consists of these AG The Farah Skinny super-stretchy and comfy skinny jeans, which are easy on your circulation; an oversize cashmere sweater (because no matter where I’m traveling, planes are always freezing); a warm pair of socks; a tote bag filled with travel-size beauty products; and my Kipling , which I’ve been using for years—nothing beats the durability and bonus collapsible design. I’ve become such an expert packer; I never check a bag! (Keep reading to find out how.)

My Makeup Bag

I fell in love with theseKrestrelmakeup bags recently. They’re durable, functional, and fashionable at the same time. This one is great for protecting any glass jars and tucking away makeup brushes. They also come in a micro-twill fabric with an easy-to-wipe black lining—perfect for traveling!

Pre-Flight Beverage

I usually drink a fresh cold-pressed juice before I fly. I recently had a job in London, and I downed thisGingersnap’s Organicjuice before rushing through security. The spicy mix of ginger, cayenne, and lemon was a challenge but well worth it. It’s a super–immune- boosting and stomach-soothing cocktail, so it’s perfect to have right before a flight. It’s also easy to make your own: Just juice a slice of ginger and half a lemon, and then add a pinch of cayenne; you can take it as a shot or mix with water. Of course, don’t forget to stay hydrated during your flight! I like to buy a liter of water after security, because those little cups of water on the plane just don’t cut it.

In-Flight Beauty

My in-flight beauty routine is pretty simple. I repeat it every few hours, depending on the length of my flight. Since I’m usually surrounded by strangers, I really don’t care what I look like. First, I take off all of my makeup with Bioderma’s () cleansing water, then I spritz my entire face with Avene’s Thermal Spring Water () and let it sit for a few minutes—it soothes, softens, and calms any irritations. Finally, I moisturize and coat my under-eyes, lips, and any other dry patches with Earth tu Face’s (). Before landing, I always put on a little mascara and use Wander Beauty’s On-the-Glow () blush and illuminator to instantly give me a more awake and fresh look. 

Pre-Flight Skincare

Ling Spa in New York City is a model’s go-to for beautifying facials and innovative products. I love its new line of hydrating body balms and oils called FeeLING Beautiful. The day before a flight, I recommend eitherdry brushingyour body or using ayurvedicraw silk massage gloves(). Both improve circulation, help break down cellulite over time, and exfoliate the skin. They’re easy to do and take just a few minutes. Follow by hydrating your skin to create a barrier against the harsh air inside planes. Ling’smassage oil() andbody butter() are two that I recommend; both have certified organic ingredients like green tea oil, shea butter, and a natural scent that will lift your spirits. 

Travel Haircare

After 10 years of modeling, my hair has been through it all! From heat styling tools, bleach, and harsh hair sprays to drying airplanes and stripping shampoos. It wasn’t until I started using haircare that I noticed the health and shine of my hair return. I’ve been using Wen now for two years and never travel without it. TheseSix Thirteen Travel Packettes() are my favorite. It’s the most nourishing formula it makes. I like to use it as a deep-conditioning treatment when I travel. I leave a little in my ends before a flight, french-braid my hair, and arrive with great texture and shine! 

Travel Skincare Kit

My facialist, Ildi Pekar, recently came out with an organic line of skincare products calledI Pekar. Her key ingredient is raw honey, which is known for its hydrating and anti-aging properties. I love her travel kit, which comes with a cleanser, moisturizer, and eye cream. Even better, she introduced me to thesecompressed cotton towels() that expand into a face cloth when wet. They help to deeply cleanse and refresh your skin, which is especially nice after a long flight. Plus, they’re so easy to transport! 

TSA-Approved Beauty Essentials

Sometimes a one-quart plastic baggie is just not enough to fit all of my beauty necessities, so I’ve found beauty alternatives that are not liquid, cream, or gel! Of course, I never travel without my Klorane ()—I’m obsessed. A great alternative to rosewater sprays are these This Works () pads that are infused with rose water and mint to cleanse and refresh your skin. I keep my nails hydrated with Dr. Hauschka's (), which comes with a cap that can be used to push back cuticles. No room for face cleanser? Peter Thomas Roth’sCamu Camu Brightening Cleansing Powder() is a great alternative and so effective. It’s rich in vitamin C and rice powder, which together gently exfoliate skin for a more radiant appearance. Colorescience’sSunforgettable Mineral Sunscreen Brush() is my alternative to liquid SPF. It comes tinted and contains 24% zinc oxide, which keeps skin protected from summer sun! I love to travel with my new beauty find, Dr. Singha’sMustard Bath(). It’s traditionally used for detoxification and restoring pH balance. After a 20-minute bath, my skin is left feeling rejuvenated and conditioned, and as a bonus, it de-puffs and helps you to sleep well—it's a travel must! Finally, since we all know beauty comes from within, just add hot water to this delicious on-the-goSuperfood Cerealfrom Vigilant Eats for a morning or mid-flight snack.  

Portable Perfume

Usually when I travel—and remember, I never check a bag—I sacrifice bringing my favorite perfumes, because there's just not enough room in my little plastic baggie. Instead I spritz my freshly packed clothes with my favorite fragrance of the moment and hope it lasts the duration of my trip. Well, I won't be doing that anymore! I recently discovered these magical little fragrancepetalsfrom Pinrose. They come individually packaged with unique artwork on each one that screams "Instagram me!" (which I immediately did).






Video: Secrets of a Supermodel Suitcase, with Miranda Kerr

How to Travel Like a Supermodel, by Lindsay Ellingson
How to Travel Like a Supermodel, by Lindsay Ellingson images

2019 year
2019 year - How to Travel Like a Supermodel, by Lindsay Ellingson pictures

How to Travel Like a Supermodel, by Lindsay Ellingson recommendations
How to Travel Like a Supermodel, by Lindsay Ellingson advise photo

How to Travel Like a Supermodel, by Lindsay Ellingson foto
How to Travel Like a Supermodel, by Lindsay Ellingson picture

How to Travel Like a Supermodel, by Lindsay Ellingson How to Travel Like a Supermodel, by Lindsay Ellingson new pics
How to Travel Like a Supermodel, by Lindsay Ellingson new foto

picture How to Travel Like a Supermodel, by Lindsay Ellingson
pictures How to Travel Like a Supermodel, by Lindsay Ellingson

Watch How to Travel Like a Supermodel, by Lindsay Ellingson video
Watch How to Travel Like a Supermodel, by Lindsay Ellingson video

Discussion on this topic: How to Travel Like a Supermodel, by , how-to-travel-like-a-supermodel-by/
Communication on this topic: How to Travel Like a Supermodel, by , how-to-travel-like-a-supermodel-by/ , how-to-travel-like-a-supermodel-by/

Related News


How to Choose a School Carnival Theme
Every Frozen Chicken Nugget—Ranked
Leftover Chicken Recipes
How to Make Tasty Ice Cubes
J.K Rowling discovers family history
The 6 Major Minerals and Where to Find Them
6 Apps for Better RA Treatment Adherence
Stretches You Can Do With a Strap or Towel
How to Make a Bar Graph in Excel
How to Get Gorgeous Waves—WithoutHeat



Date: 10.12.2018, 19:37 / Views: 54272