Beauty and Fashion Tips for the Reluctant Camper November 1, 2017 You might not call yourself high maintenance, but if you’re not exactly outdoorsy and are reluctant to head to a camp site with minimal beauty products, it’s likely you need some help. Camping can be a hugely fun experience, but the thought of spending a few days without running water and moisturizer can leave many running through the hills. Here, we’re going to provide a few beauty and fashion tips that ensure you have a fun time and remain looking good throughout. 1. Consider Your Comfort Heels are a big no-no when camping, and unless you want to ruin your favorite pair of skinny jeans, it’s best to leave those at home as well. When camping, comfort is key. This means you’ll need a good sturdy pair of hiking boots (or at the very least some trainers), a fleece top and some cargo pants for bottoms. Although this sounds like the typical outdoors kit, it doesn’t have to be. Most outdoor stores now sell fashionable versions of these, and you can also pick up some great outdoor clothes in the festival section of your favorite shops. 2. Pack with Minimalism in Mind Unless you’re going camping for a month or longer, there is no need to pack heaps of stuff. Buy yourself a rucksack, and aim to fit everything that you require for your stay inside it. Don’t fill your rucksack with tons of beauty products either. All most people need is some dry shampoo, some deodorant, and a basic makeup kit. There is no reason why you can’t still look glamorous, even when you pack with minimalism in mind. It just might take a bit more effort beforehand to decide what products you really can’t do without. Take a look at for some ideas on minimalist gear. 3. Don’t Forget the Pest Repellant Depending on where you are going for your camping trip, you may find there will be a lot of pests. This isn’t something you want to find out when you arrive, so make sure to order some pest repellant ahead of time. Whether it’s mosquitoes, wasps or hornets, all can put a damper on what would otherwise be a good time. You may also want to pack some Deet to protect your skin from pests. 4. Indulge in Your Bedding Finally, one area where it’s a good idea to indulge and show off your personality a bit is in your bedding. Finding sleeping bags that look good can be a challenge, and it can also be quite expensive to buy a three season sleeping bag unless you plan on camping on a regular basis. To counteract this, why not bring along a duvet? You can use any duvet cover you like to add some glam, and it will also ensure you remain cozy as well! Visiting an outdoors store like woodburyoutfitters.com for some great ideas as well as all the other camping equipment you’ll need. We get it, camping doesn’t exactly sound like a fun activity, especially for those who appreciate the finer things in life. However, there are plenty of great reasons to give it a try. Keep the above tips in mind, and it shouldn’t be too much of a shock to the system.