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Stowaway Cosmetics: Premium Products, Portable Sizes

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When was the last time you finished a lipstick?

That's the question Chelsa Crowley and Julie Fredrickson put out there when launching their beauty brand, Stowaway Cosmetics. Premium beauty products in portable sizes--it's a novel concept and a convenient option for busy moms, gym rats, businesswomen, travelers, and, well, just about everyone who wears makeup.

Made with minimalism in mind (even the packaging is clean and chic), Stowaway's products are EU compliant, paraben, phthalate, and cruelty free. The makeup formulas are simple and refined, and the results are absolutely stunning.

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These products are great on the go. Put them in your workout bag, your diaper satchel, your everyday purse, your carry-on luggage, or your date-night clutch for quick and easy touch-ups. Best of all, you can actually finish an entire product before it expires.

Stowaway Cosmetics is proof that big things really do come in small packages.

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