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Episode 8: A Pro Makeup Artist’s Guide to Packing Makeup for Personal Leisure Travel

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Even though I am a pro makeup artist, it doesn’t mean that when I travel, I pack an entire pro kit worth of makeup on my travels! In this episode, I literally go through my personal cosmetics bags from a recent week long trip in Morocco. I break down what I pack, why I pack what I do, and the essentials I can’t live without and *will* repurchase on travel if I forget, lose, or run out of something!

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