Five Things to Take on a Semi-Private Plane
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- So it’s not just your plane. So what? You still need to walk a big game—this is semi-private aviation we’re talking about. Throw on a pair of shades tinged with a tiny bit of mystery to get those stuck in line at TSA whispering, “Is that? Could it be?” as
Even semi-private planes can suffer from cabin dryness—and let’s face it: dull skin is, well, dull. Keep your mug sufficiently moist with a spray toner, which can be misted under or over makeup.
A windy tarmac = mane down. Treat your tresses accordingly with a smoothing cream to keep things as calm as possible.
Cream Soda smoothing cream, $27, drybar, 234 Claren
If achieving Mile High Club status isn’t on your agenda, then go for the next best thing: a nice, long nap.
Pillow, $87, Circle Furniture, 31 Saint James Av
Haute rides call for chic treats—like these French macarons from Cameo. You’ll need to pick up your order from the company’s food truck ahead of time (the location varies daily), or be faced with the alternative: fly to Paris. On second thought...