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Mini Kittour: Traveling in style

Many thanks and kudos to the makers of the mini kittour who sent me their Jet Setter, a deluxe travel train case, to take on my trip in three short weeks.  Featuring 6 TSA-approved custom bottles and 2 medium jars, makeup brushes, a mirror, pill case, key ring plus waterproof label kit and Sharpie, this kit will accommodate all my beauty essentials, and then some.
Plus, it looks like something Gina Lollobrigida might have carried.

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Marguerite said…
Wow, nice gift, but for me would take up too much room in my airplane carry on luggage. Now for a lovely 2 week car trip to a resort, sure! I stockpile samples and travel size everything for cosmetics and toiletries. Another fun thing is buying something you need when you get there. European pharmacies are a wondrous world of products and knowledgeable staff. Planning my trip capsule wardrobe today so I can fill in any gaps.
Cathy Hamilton said…
You make a good point and, for that reason, I may take the groovy bottles out and put them in my hanger-style makeup case.
Anonymous said…
Well guess what girls - the case can we your carry on - its that great - and Cathy they make a hanger bag case as well filled with little goodies - and comes inside another outer bag great for toting essentials to the gym or beach while on vacation - but the best about mini kittour it those little plastic cases designed by a packaging expert with airtight seals and spray and pump mechanisms like you have never seen on travel plastic bags...I LOVE THIS LINE!!!!
Cathy Hamilton said…
It's true, the spray and pump mechanisms will be great. I've always hated to carry huge bottles of hairspray and gel with me. I prefer hanger bags for those tight bathrooms (like I'm expecting in Italy). But, if I'm allowed only one carry-on bag, the larger kit would be a tad big.

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