bareMinerals Intensive Glow Pads Brightening Treatment, £34 – Easy cotton wool pads that are chock full of vitamins and minerals to brighten and renew the skin. My new favourite in-flight product. Leaves skin radiant.
bareMinerals Advanced Protection SPF20 Moisturizer, £27– This tinted moisturiser is super-light and contains essential antioxidants and minerals to improve skin whilst evening out skin tone. Gives you a healthy glow.
bareMinerals Ready Blush in Aphrodisiac, £22–The perfect peachy-pink shade to make you look instantly prettier, even after 12 hours at 35,000 feet.
bareMinerals Correcting Concealer, £21 – Super creamy and easy to apply. Ideal for faking a flawless look.
bareMinerals Prime Time Primer Shadow in Sundance and Bronzed Twig, £16 – A lightweight texture and subtle creamy beige shade makes this primer the perfect alternative to a heavy, powder eyeshadow.
bareMinerals All-Over Face Colour in Warmth, £19 – Avoid looking washed out when you get off the plane with a sweep of lightweight bronzer. Adds instant supermodel cheekbones too.
bareMinerals Pure Transformation Night Treatment, £45 – Repairs skin while you sleep, closing pores and adding luminosity. The tinted shade will even out your skin tone so you don’t have to be totally bare-faced to be beautiful.
bareMinerals Ready SPF 20 foundation, £25– The first bareMinerals solid foundation is a dream to work with. Creamy with a luminous finish, it contains a special SeaNutrive Mineral Complex formula that increases hydration levels and still looks fresh after 12 hours on a plane.
bareMinerals Multi-wrinkle Repair, £38 – I always wake up frowning when I fly so this little beauty minimises fine lines and nourishes the skin for a youthful complexion.
bareMinerals Loud & Clear sheer lip balm, £15 – All the moisturising properties of a great lip balm with a beauty-bountiful smack of colour. Tangerine Trace will make your teeth look whiter and your skin look fresher.
bareMinerals Instant Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover, £15 – Gentle yet effective, this is the best eye makeup remover I’ve ever tried. Even for sensitive eyes it removes everything without leaving you irritated.
bareMinerals Round the Clock Waterproof eyeliner, £13 – If your eyes water when you’re flying (like mine do), this creamy, intense liner is ideal. The rich brown shade is ultra flattering.
bareMinerals brushes – Because it’s all about the kit.
Klorane dry shampoo mini, £2.75 – Look like you just had a blowdry, not spent four hours in customs. Good for adding some volume to flat post-flight hair.
MAC Strobe cream, £22.50 – I stole this tip from the models who fly long-haul to the New York shows. Dot a little of this iridescent cream into the inner corners of your eyes and below your brows to look wide-awake even when you’re craving a caffeine fix.
Dermalogica Overnight Clearing Gel, £39.50– Stop any breakouts caused by the cabin pressure and lack of sleep with this miracle clear gel.
Trilogy Rosehip Oil, £28.50 – My ultimate must-have for flying. Nourishes the skin, reduces the look of wrinkles, scars and any redness, plus stops your complexion drying out.
Avene Soothing eye contour cream, £8.55– Stops dark circles in their tracks and makes your peepers look wide awake. Well as wide awake as is possible when you’re at 35,000 feet.