Count on flight attendants to know the best beauty tips that’ll keep your hair and make-up flawless even in high altitudes. These beauties spend so much time flying that they need reliable hair and make-up routine to keep them picture perfect while suffering from the unglamorous state of severely dry skin and frizzy hair.

How do flight attendants keep themselves looking fresh and radiant after long hours of flight? Here are some of their best kept secrets we can borrow from them.

  1. Make Your Skin a Priority

It always starts with good skin. The better skin you have the lesser make-up you’ll need. If you’re someone who’s always on the go, pamper your skin whenever you’re not flying. This means exfoliate at least once a week and treat your skin with hydrating face masks or nourishing facial serums every after a flight. You can even do face masks every night if you like.

  1. Stay Hydrated

Wherever you go, don’t forget to bring water with you. We suggest bringing your own water bottle (leave it empty before checking in and fill it up after security checkpoints) to avoid spending extra on water. Water is your skin’s best friend, especially when you’re up in the air for 12 long hours.

  1. Use Facial Spray

If you haven’t tried facial mist, then you definitely need to include this in your to-buy list for your next trip to the drugstore. This water spray is packed with minerals to revitalize your skin and freshen up your make-up. You definitely need one to instantly get rid of cakiness after the dry cabin air has sucked the moisture out of your face.

  1. Go For Cream Make-Up Products

As much as possible, you want to avoid powders as they add to the dryness of the face when on board a plane. When travelling, go less with skin-drying make-up and go for creamy variants such as bb creams and cream blushes. Other than adding a bit of hydration to the face, they are much easier and quick to apply.

  1. Bring a Small Tub of Petroleum Jelly

A small tub of petroleum jelly in your purse will save you from a number of beauty blunders. It can be used to keep your hair bun in place, your ends less frizzy and your lips from chapping. Whenever you need some, remember that a little bit goes a long way. You don’t want to look like a grease ball for slopping too much on your hair or anywhere you need it.

Stress-free travelling is about being prepared. Hopefully, with these tips from the real stars of the sky, flying would be much easier and more fun for you.