When talking about traveling from New York City to Paris, Carrie Bradshaw said she wanted to arrive “stunning and impossibly fresh,” which perfectly sums up our goals for airline travel. That can sometimes be a challenge though, thanks to recirculated, dry air that parches skin and being packed in so close to your neighbors you can feel a little sweaty. These carry-on necessities are just as important as your passport, and won't get nabbed by TSA (each one is under the 3.4oz-maximum rule still in effect for liquids, aerosols, gels, and creams). They may be small in size, but they pack a major punch.
Ladies, it is “tea time” at b-glowing, and I’m not talking about an afternoon cuppa. By Terry’s TEA to TAN is an all-over sunless tan product that gives a transparent bronze wherever it is applied. Unlike powder and cream, this see-through liquid lays seamlessly over the skin, and looks totally natural. You’ll never experience that shady orange sheen that some other products leave behind. Like a lip stain, it is built to last, but unlike a fake tan, it washes off so your skin can breathe and start fresh the next day.
This Bastille Day, we're celebrating the smoldering, sexy, glamour of French It-Girls—think Brigitte Bardot's voluminous hair, smudgy black eyeliner, and perfect skin. Or the effortless style of Marion Cotillard, Catherine Deneuve, and Inès de La Fressange. The look is incredibly self-assured, come-hither, and never high-maintenance, the kind of beauty that seems like you just woke up after the best night of your life. We combed the coolest French companies for authentic products to get the style stateside. Here's how to put together a chic, classic French look—a baguette jauntily poking out of your bicycle basket is optional.