Nobody wants a bad hair day on vacation. Follow our 7 tips to protect your strands!
Travel-size beauty products are handy for saving space in checked luggage, but they're absolute must-haves if you're traveling with liquids in a carry-on bag. Another way to skirt the cabin-bags limitations without drastically reducing your personal care packing list is to opt for solid formats instead. Shampoo bars, for example, don't need to be included in your liquids bag. As a bonus, they're guaranteed not to pop open in your suitcase and create a mess.
It's important to increase your water intake, especially in hot and sunny locales, to replenish the moisture you sweat out. Your hair needs hydration in the same way — to stay healthy and strong while it's put through the wringer. To prevent it from looking dull, feeling rough, getting too oily, and losing volume, hydrate those strands from the inside by gulping water.
Now you know to be diligent about sun protection and hydration, to check the voltage of your styling tools before packing them, and to replace liquid products with solids where possible. What else can you do to ensure your hair is on its best behavior on vacation? These five travel-size Davines masks will keep your locks looking lush and feeling strong while you're busy enjoying your holiday.