Lucky - Tour bus essentialsUp-and-coming singer Sally Taylor practically lives out of her suitcase. Here she shops Trew Beauty in Boulder, Colorado, for key travel-friendly items.
"I have sensitive combination skin that gets worse when I perform and sweat under stage lights. The cleanser keeps me from breaking out, and the moisturizer is the perfect balance between dewy and matte."
Between touring for her latest album and traveling to southeast Asia for the Tranquility Project—a nonprofit she founded to raise awareness about land mines—Sally Taylor spends a lot of time on the road or in the air. "I'm used to it," she says. "I've done it since I was little." (Her parents are Carly Simon and James Taylor.) With no time (or luggage space) for a complicated beauty routine, Taylor picks up the bare necessities at the bright, sleek, indie beauty emporium Trew Beauty. "I like to keep it simple," she says. "I don't use anything that takes too long to put on or take off, and I like to look as natural as possible." —Lori Bergamotto