As you saw from my previous post, I’ve mentioned about packing my makeup bag. I wanted to dive into detail on what I use and how I pack my makeup for travel!
I’ve had this makeup bag for a few years now and purchased it Amazon. The makeup bag is called Lay N Go Cosmo. It comes in various colors such as Pink, Purple, Black, Blue, Mint, Red, and so much more. It even comes in cute designs such as floral, pineapple, and more.
- Nylon handle adds both comfort and convenience for carrying, once makeup is cinched inside.
- Hook-and-loop front storage pocket provides a place to stow the drawstring when closed and carrying, or when storing the bag.
- Cosmo 20″ Cosmetic Bag and Convertible Cosmetic Bag.
- Specially designed “lip” around the bag keeps your makeup from rolling off the counter.
I find this makeup bag very handy and easy to travel around with being that its a drawstring closure. It’s very easy to see all of the products at once without having to dig for my makeup or dump out all of the makeup on the counter. It makes it such a breeze to get ready while traveling because the products won’t roll around since its designed to keep everything inside the bag. It’s seriously one of the greatest inventions a girl can have for makeup!
Aside from my Lay N Go makeup bag, I also pack other items with me. For the rest of my brushes that are not in the makeup bag, I pack them in a wipes container. This secures my brushes and keeps it clean while traveling. While the wipes container seems small, it can fit 4 face brushes and 6 eyeshadow brushes. Along with everything, I also have my favorite makeup wipes which is the Yes To Cucumber Facial Wipes – It is the best and most gently makeup wipes I’ve ever owned!
If you’re interested in the Lay N Go makeup bag, check out Amazon for some great colors and designs! Trust me, this will be your new favorite makeup bag for travel!
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