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Great Travel Beauty Tips to remember, like: Place a cotton pad over any pressed powder compacts and a cotton ball over any eye shadows. Then, close them shut to prevent breaking while traveling.

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Want to save your crushed eyeshadows? Spray the eyeshadow with rubbing alcohol, press it down with a tissue covered coin, let it dry, and it's good as new. Photo by Dennis Pederson

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