13 Clear Travel Makeup Bags That Make Getting Through Airport Security a Breeze

REBECCA CARHART | February 14, 2019

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Seasoned flyers know that you have to store all your liquid products in a clear plastic bag to get through airport security. While Ziploc bags that fit the TSA’s requirements are an easy choice, they can rip quite easily and leak liquids all over the rest of your precious cargo. And let’s face it, there’s nothing worse than opening your bag to find your favorite serums have exploded all over your belongings. Thankfully, there’s a way to avoid this. Many brands have started making translucent travel makeup bags that are more durable and longer lasting than their disposable counterparts. Since clear bags have been trending for a while now, you may see an overwhelming number of options in stores, but not all of them will fit the TSA requirements for transporting liquids. To get through security checkpoints without any issues, your toiletry bag should be clear, made of plastic, have a zip top, and be quart-sized – which is approximately 6 x 9 inches or 8 x 7 inches.

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