What To Pack For A Glamping Getaway
Since the weather should stay friendly for at least a few more weeks, you might be planning to head out of the city and unplug (at least metaphorically) for a weekend in the woods. But even if you choose a tricked-out glamping situation over the traditional campsite, the occasion still calls for a situationally prudent packing list of well-balanced essentials. You don’t want to be that girl—the one who arrives with enough products to stock a Sephora and enough wardrobe changes to make the average It girl’s head spin—but with smart choices you also don’t have to go full hippy. They don’t call it glamping for nothing! Here, what to bring when embarking on a wooded escape.
Why go camping when you can go glamping?
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Nowhere does micellar water come in handy more than in a campsite situation. Even where running water isn’t a guarantee, this practical no-rinse option ensures skin is still thoroughly cleaned and taken care of.
With a few gentle pumps of an eyelash curler, lashes are lifted and eyes look awake—even if your escape involves the foregoing of modern amenities such as a coffee machine.
The athleisure trend reigns strong and a lightweight sneaker fit for a fashion girl is also functional for your surroundings.
This tinted moisturizer provides broad spectrum SPF 20 along with just the right amount of coverage to even skin tone and conceal blemishes. It’s also lightweight and oil-free so you can look radiant for a post-hike photo op without clogging pores.
With a dual-ended design that boasts both a retractable soft-tip pencil for filling and defining and a spooley for shaping and grooming, this multi-tasking space-saver makes sparse brows look naturally lush.
Jog, Don't Walk
You’ll live in a pair of relaxed joggers, and the textured ribbed detail looks stylish not sloppy.
A petite pot of color that works for both lips and cheeks is a clever cabin companion. This organic formula is made with nourishing ingredients and will impart a sheer, natural flush.
Freshen up fast with these ingenious moistened shower sheets that cleanse and deodorize with invigorating peppermint leaf essential oil.
And since a weekend at the cabin calls for low-maintenance living, top second-day (or third-day) hair off in style.
Since it doesn’t make much sense to lug a hair drier to a log cabin, revive limp locks with a few sprays of a dry texturizer, which absorbs oil and builds weightless volume.
Pack a lightweight wrap cardigan for those chilly nights under the stars. It'll keep you warm around the campfire and it won't take up a ton of room in your overnight bag.