Let's be honest, traveling can be pretty stressful. Although it's always a lot of fun to go on a vacation and finally get to relax and enjoy some time away from the stress of our normal lives, packing and actually being on the plane can be a stressful time, even for A-list celebrities.
But many of these celebrities have to travel so often for red carpets, being on tour, and heading to a new destination to film a movie or TV show that they've really got this whole traveling thing down.
Want to see 10 travel tips from A-list celebrities? Keep reading!
10 Jessica Alba: Vitamin C Is The Key!
The stress of traveling can really be hard on a person's body. It can make it super easy for a person to get sick, meaning that we have to take good care of ourselves.
For stars like Jessica Alba, this is definitely something to keep in mind! Luckily, all the traveling that this A-list actress does has given her quite a bit of experience in staying healthy while traveling. According to this actress, taking a vitamin C pill or supplement while in the air is the key to staying healthy on vacation.
9 Jennifer Aniston: Hit The Gym
After getting off the plane after a long flight, it's always tempting to get to our hotel, lay on the bed, and take a nap. Even if you slept on the flight, jet lag is real and it's so hard to deal with.
But according to Jennifer Aniston, taking a nap after getting off the plane is definitely not the best way to deal with jet lag. instead, the best thing to do is to actually hit the gym! Jennifer Aniston claims that going to the gym or going for a run after a long flight is the best way to keep your energy up and feel good.
8 Rebecca Minkoff: Don't Fold - Roll!
Packing is definitely one of the most stressful parts of going on vacation for many people. It can be hard to know exactly what to pack and how to make it all fit in your bags without forgetting anything. Luckily, fashion designer Rebecca Minkoff has an excellent tip to help us save space.
Instead of folding our clothes, Rebecca Minkoff suggests that we actually roll them up and place them in our suitcases that way. It saves space and it makes it easier to see where everything is. This hack is totally genius!
7 Rosie Huntington-Whiteley: Pick Your Colors
Overpacking is a serious problem for many people on vacation. Because we totally don't want to forget anything, many of us throw way too many items of clothing into our bags and then never wear all of them while on vacation.
Supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has a simple solution for this problem - pick some colors! This model said that in order to reduce the amount she packed, she picked a few key colors and only packed items in those colors. This reduced the amount she packed and made it easier to build outfits.
6 Gwyneth Paltrow: Pack The Basics
Gwyneth Paltrow is an actress, author, and businesswoman who definitely has a lot of amazing tips when it comes to making packing and traveling less stressful. One of her most helpful tips involves simplifying the things you pack.
While we all want to look amazing on vacation, Gwyneth Paltrow suggests only packing basic items like solid shirts, tanks, and jeans that will all go together. This makes getting dressed each day of your vacation a total no-brainer and makes it so easy to build outfits without worrying about things not looking amazing together.
5 Chrissy Teigen: Have Outfits In Mind
Chrissy Teigen isn't just hilarious on social media - she's also a model, author, and the wife of music superstar John Legend. With such a busy life, it's no surprise that Chrissy Teigen has become an expert at how to deal with the stress of traveling.
One way that Chrissy has managed to reduce her stress while traveling is by making lookbooks with all the outfits she's packed. While this may be a little much for many travelers, planning outfits and packing them together instead of just packing your favorite articles of clothing is a great way to make sure you didn't miss anything and will look great on your trip.
4 Kate Upton: Opt For An In-Flight Face Mask
Anyone who has ever been on a flight of any length will know how hard it can be on your skin. The air on the plane definitely makes the skin on your face more prone to dryness and can break many people out. Luckily, model Kate Upton has found an excellent way to deal with this.
This model says she deals with her post-flight skin issues while still on the plane! She said that her favorite tip for dealing with her skin problems while on the plane is to wear a face mask.
3 Meghan Markle: Take The Tea Tree Oil
Tea tree oil is an essential oil that many people swear by. It can be used on bug bites, scratches, acne, and a whole host of other topical applications.
According to Meghan Markle, former actress and current Duchess of Sussex, tea tree oil is a total travel essential. Whether you pack a small, TSA-friendly bottle with you in your bag or you choose to buy one after arriving, keeping it with you for any minor scratches, breakouts, or bug bites is definitely a helpful tip!
2 Eva Longoria: Stay Comfortable
Whether your flight is short or long, staying comfortable while you're in the air is definitely an important part of making sure that your trip goes well. Eva Longoria is an actress who definitely knows how important it is to stay comfortable on a flight - whether it's a short one or a long one.
According to Eva Longoria, her best travel hack is to pack a pair of thick, comfortable socks. These keep you warm and comfortable on the flight while also keeping your feet off the dirty floor of the plane. Yuck!
1 Lionel Richie: Separate The Important Stuff
Lionel Richie is a musical superstar that has had quite a long career in the music industry, so it's no surprise that he's got some excellent tips for traveling around the world.
Anyone who has ever had a bag get lost or temporarily delayed by the airline will know how hard it can be to deal with not having all your things at the hotel when you arrive. According to Lionel Richie, the best way to deal with this is by packing the important stuff separately. That way, if one bag goes missing, you'll still have what you need.