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Honeymoon Beauty Part IV: Stylish City Slickers

It's time for the last installment of honeymoon beauty. To read about what to pack for a tropical trip, an adventurous journey or for insight on what the hottest beauty brands abroad are, click here. For you honeymooners who have set your sights on the cities of the world, you have chosen a fantastic and eye-opening voyage.

Prepare yourself with an open mind, and remember to keep your budget in mind. It's very easy to get caught up in buying souvenirs, clothing, art and extravagant food when you are experiencing a new culture for the first time. Here are some beauty travel must-haves for the chic city slicker couple.

Paint the town red in Red Lipstick! You want to look chic, don't you? The right red lipstick is every woman's secret weapon. It's cutting-edge, it brings out your eyes and it's versatile. You can dab on just a little bit as a natural-looking stain for the day, or you can deepen the color for a more dramatic effect for an evening out. Plus, you can always blend a bit onto your cheeks for an extra splash of color.

For two more stylish city slicker honeymoon beauty essentials,

Anytime you take flight, you'll want to carry along a terrific face moisturizer. All of your jet setting is bound to take its toll on your skin, so I recommend carrying a travel-sized jar (three ounces or less) of your favorite hydrating cream, gel or lotion to ward off dull, dehydrated and lackluster skin.

Band-Aid Activ-Flex Blister Block Stick ($7) is something that you should throw in your pocketbook to carry with you at all times. This little slice of heaven is going to come in handy when your dogs begin barkin' from hitting the pavement all day. This protects toes and heels from uncomfortable chaffing and blisters!

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kitson1 kitson1 9 years
Maybe you should steer clear of the "warm" red tones. Going with a blue-ish tone should counteract any orangey look, and make your teeth look whiter.
bluejeanie bluejeanie 9 years
oh no, no no nono. lipstick NEVER goes on the cheeks. never ever ever never ever ever. not unless you want horrible blemishes or breakouts.
butterfly7 butterfly7 9 years
Love that pic, but I just can't seem to find the right red for me.I wear warm tones. But the come out too orange.
glam-sugar glam-sugar 9 years
That Band-Aid blister stick is awesome!
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