Friday, February 24, 2017

OSCARS RED CARPET SURVIVAL KIT

(Eonline) What to Pack to Have an Award-Winning Night. Though there are plenty of exciting awards shows throughout the year, the Oscars are hands down Hollywood's biggest night. To win an Academy Award is to take home one of the most esteemed accolades in the industry, but to simply be in attendance is an honor in itself. Thus, no matter if you're a nominee, a presenter or simply a face in the crowd, it's essential to prepare ahead of time and ensure everything runs smoothly before, during and after the big show. With that being said, here's everything you should pack to have an award-winning night like the stars:

1. Blotting Papers
Blotting papers are essential for getting rid of excess oil and shine on your face -- two things we definitely don't want showing up in our red carpet photos. They're small and easy to keep in your purse for a quick touch-up, and Sephora's brand comes in a tiny container for easy access.

2. Minimergency Kit
We're actually obsessed with these "mini emergency" kits from Sephora, which come complete with everything you could need in case of any red carpet emergency -- a sewing kit, a nail file, Advil, a band-aid and much more.

3. Foot Petals
Since you'll likely be wearing heels all night, you want to make sure you stay comfortable. Stick some of these Foot Petals right in the sole of your shoe for extra comfort as your make that red carpet your catwalk!

4. Phone Charger
if you don't take photos and Snapchats, were you even there?! Make sure no one doubts your attendance by keeping your phone charged all night with this cute, portable charger.

5. Roll-On Perfume
Part of feeling your best during a big night is also smelling your best. Keep a roll-able version of your fave perfume in your purse to reapply when necessary.

6. Fashion Tape
We will have no fashion mishaps, ladies and gents! Whether you're rocking a plunging neckline or a backless (and thus, braless) ensemble, keep your outfits nice and secure by bringing some extra fashion tape.

7. Lipstick
This goes without saying...Don't forget to pack your lipstick-of-choice for any needed touch-ups throughout the night.

8. Flask
If we learned anything from Rihanna at the 2017 Grammys, it's that a flask can definitely help take a little bit of the edge off throughout the anxiety-ridden night.

9. Pocket Tissues
We all know how emotional those acceptance speeches can be. Make sure you're prepared with some tissues to blot those tears away!

10. Eyeliner To-Go
Don't fret about your eye makeup! A little eyeliner can go a long way. This travel-size pencil will surely get the job done if you need some touch-ups throughout the night.

11. Travel Hairspray
Whether you rock big, voluminous curls or a fancy up-do, ensure that your hair stays put all night by carrying a travel-sized hairspray with you.

12. Translucent Powder
There's nothing wrong with being a little extra prepared when it comes to your makeup. Brush on some translucent powder after you apply your foundation to keep it looking fresh as long as possible. Then, after using your blotting papers, touch up with it throughout the night to prevent from getting too oily.

13. Mints
Mints should be an essential in your bag no matter where you go. No one likes stinky breath, especially if you're interviewing/being interviewed on the red carpet at the Oscars!

14. Mini Hairbrush
Whether you need a little more volume or your tresses end up looking dull as the night progresses, a travel-sized brush can fit right in your purse for easy access to add some texture or smooth out your locks.

15. Bobby Pins
Finally, just to triple-check that your hair stays looking perfect all night, pack some extra bobby pins to keep in all in-tact!

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