Whether you're spending the weekend roughing in the woods or glamping (that's glam camping, if you haven't heard the slang), you can still look put together. Packing your entire makeup kit for a weekend in the woods is a bit extreme, so instead, try our edited-down list of beauty essentials for when you're out in Mother Nature. Need more convincing? Keep reading.
- Dry shampoo: Not every campsite will have a shower station, and when they do, wet hair in the woods can wind up being a chore. Stick with a dry shampoo, like Dove Style+Care Invigorating Dry Shampoo  ($5), to refresh your locks.
- Spray-on toner: Sweaty from a day of hiking and sitting around the campfire? Your skin needs a little perk. Keep Evian Facial Water Spray  ($12-$18) in your backpack to rehydrate and cleanse your skin when you need it.
- Waterproof mascara: Just because you're roughing it doesn't mean your beauty products have to stay at home. A waterproof mascara like Rimmel London Scandal'eyes  ($7) is the perfect blend of pretty and functional.
- Tinted moisturizer with SPF: Keep your skin quenched, protected, and glowing with a tinted moisturizer with SPF. While you should still rely on your regular sun shield, Stila Sheer Color Tinted Moisturizer SPF 20  ($34) is light enough to wear all day and offers up good protection from the sun.
- Facial cleansing wipes: Even though your bathroom sink is miles away, that's no reason to let your skin-cleansing routine slide. Keep breakouts at bay with cleansing wipes like Yes To Cucumber Soothing Facial Towelettes  ($6).
- Sweet-smelling bug repellent: Bug repellent that doesn't leave behind an awful chemical scent? Yes, it does actually exist! Honest Company Bug Spray  ($13) keeps the pests away and smells of jasmine and sandalwood. You'll want to wear it whether you're camping or couch surfing.