Kathie Lee & Hoda: Jill Martin Travel Essentials
Kathie Lee and Hoda welcomed Today Show contributor and contributing editor for People StyleWatch, Jill Martin, to share her list of essential traveling products.
Kathie Lee & Hoda: Erin Condren Travel Checklist & iPhone Prescription Glasses
The first product Jill Martin shared was a travel checklist from Erin Condren. The checklist is great for the whole family and allows you to check off the products you’ve packed so you know what you’re missing. It costs $15.00 and is a great way to stay organized.
The next product is a work pad and comfort kit from SeeJaneWork.com that costs $7.00-12.00. It’s a great way to make traveling more comfortable.
Third was an iPhone case from ThinOptics.com that included super thin prescription glasses that fit inside the case. It costs $24.00-38.00 and comes in different prescriptions. The idea is that you can pull them out in a pinch to read something like a menu, then put them away again.
Kathie Lee & Hoda: SkyNiceLand Firming Face Gels & Sephora Manicure Press Pods Review
Jill Martin also shared firming face gels from SkyNiceLand.com that cools your skin and keeps you from looking totally exhausted from traveling. They cost $35.00 and you can get patches for wherever the problem is on your face.
She also shared manicure press pods from Sephora that cost $39. She said they’re great for bringing on vacation and are good for two coats plus touch-ups.
Another great beauty product was lip gloss from VBeaute.com. Jill Martin said it will last months if you don’t lose it and is lightweight and full of moisture to keep your lips hydrated. One tube costs $19.
Kathie Lee & Hoda: Paul Mitchell Hair Kits & ShaveTech Traveling USB Razor
Jill also shared a great hair kit from Paul Mitchell that she said were originally for prom, but are great because they allow you to get whatever kind of hair you’re looking for. The kits cost $16.50.
She also shared a neat electric razor from ShaveTech.com that can plug into your computer to charge. The razor costs $29.99 and would make a great Father’s Day gift.
Lastly was a travel flat-iron that you can plug into your car and use, only while you’re a passenger of course. The straightener cost $100 and you can find it at isobeauty.com.