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Do You Wear Makeup On a Flight?

Bella Poll: Do You Wear Makeup On a Flight?

I'm not talking about a quick one-hour plan ride from Sydney to Melbourne, but some real air-time, like say 14 hours to LA or 24 hours to London. The long-haul kill-me-now flights. I couldn't imagine anything worse. I'm all about a hydrating mist like
<product target="_blank" href="http://www.adorebeauty.com.au/adorebeauty/product/11985/Jurlique+Rosewater+Balancing+Mist">Jurlique Balancing Rosewater Mist</product> ($23) and
<product target="_blank" href="http://www.adorebeauty.com.au/adorebeauty/product/6834/Clarins+Beauty+Flash+Balm">Clarins Flash Balm</product> ($50). Then it's eye mask on, headphones in and snooze-o-rama. Ruby Rose tweeted yesterday: "Heard photographers are waiting for me even though I'm coming direct from airport. I should really learn my lesson, but I never wear makeup." I don't blame you, Rubes. Paparazzi or not, no one should be wearing makeup on a flight. You're told not to sleep in your makeup so why should you wear it on the plane when most people nod off? You shouldn't. But do you? Time to 'fess up. Are you A-OK with going nude in the air or can you simply not cope with parting from your powder and paint for so long?

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