Nomadic Necessities

Suzanne Ford Carafano shares her road trip beauty must-haves

Get Pretty // Angelica Bonomo // 01/30/12
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Suzanne Ford Carafano of Spanish Moss
Suzanne Ford Carafano of Spanish Moss

Spanish Moss and American Gold owner Suzanne Ford Carafano lives a vagabond lifestyle, driving around the country taking photos and scouting for her shop. In honor of our End of the World issue, we asked our favorite road warrior what we should pack.

1. Clorox Bleach Pen
"Having one handy in your glove box is imperative for long weeks on the road. You don't want to spend days with a giant Americano stain on your favorite white tank."

2. The Body Shop's Cocoa Butter Lotion
"I always bring this with me when I'm driving through high altitudes that tend to dry my skin out."

3. Bumble & Bumble Hair Powder
"This saves my life on long trips! Shopping all day in the desert can leave my roots looking greasy and flat, but within 45 seconds I've got hair so full of body it would make Bridgette Bardot envious."

4. Too Faced Lash Injection Mascara
"This is hands down the best, most lush mascara in my opinion. It's perfect for creating a 1960s smokey bedroom eye. You'll have to train your hands to put this on flawlessly while on a bumpy New Mexico highway after drinking three cups of coffee."

5. High Garden Tea's Immune Boost
"I always bring my favorite teas with me on long trips. You can fill up with hot water for free at most gas stations. This one's great for grueling trips."

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