Eyeshadow pallets come in different forms, and that will affects the regulations and where to bring them on a plane.
Here is the short answer.
Pressed or solid eyeshadow palettes regardless of their brands are good to go in both carry-on and checked luggage on most airlines without any restrictions, however; Eyeshadow in liquid or cream form must be in containers that are 3.4 ounces or less and protected in a single quart-sized bag with other travel-sized liquid items.
Keep reading because in this post i will cover all the details you need to know about traveling with eyeshadow pallets and how to pack them neatly in your luggage.
Let’s dive right in.
Take Eyeshadow Palette Through The Security Checkpoint
The TSA did not mention eyeshadow pallets on its website, however; solid and powdered makeup in general is allowed but you need to take some precautions.
So I checked Twitter to find out if there is more answers.
IG wanted to take this large eyeshadow pallet in her carry-on bag.
The TSA customer service replied that there are no restrictions on solid or pressed powders in carry-on luggage, but eyeshadow that are in liquids forms so they need to be less than 3.4 oz / 100 ml for a single container and must be placed in a single quart-sized bag.
Powder makeup like glitter has some restrictions, through the security checkpoint, makeup powders that exceed 12 oz / 350 mL must be placed in a separate bin to be X-rayed separately.
That is why they recommend to place any unnecessary powder items larger than 12 oz / 350 mL in checked luggage, to avoid any inconvenience at the airport.
Bad guys are trying to sneak some type of illegal products in various ways including powders
Take Eyeshadow Pallets In Carry-on Luggage
Just as we mentioned above solid eyeshadow pallets do not have any limits.
So you can just place your makeup inside your carry-on or personal item and you are good to go.
You don’t need to place solid eyeshadow pallet inside a quart size bag with your liquids, you can use a normal makeup bag instead and group all your non liquid products.
Other types of eyeshadow pallets may need some additional inspection by the security officers, but they won’t cause any issues with security agents.
This passenger is confused if face powder, Lipstick and Eyeshadow need to go in the 3-1-1 quart-sized bag.
The AskTSA replied that solid or powder makeup is allowed in carry-on bags, and. Only makeup that is in liquid form needs to be 3.4 ounces/ 100ml or less and placed in a quart sized bag.
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Take Eyeshadow Pallets In Checked Luggage
There are no limits to the amount of eyeshadow pallets you can bring in checked luggage.
However, most airport securities recommend placing necessary powders that are more than 12 oz / 350 ml in checked baggage.
But, it is better to avoid placing any valuable items in a checked bag, like an expensive eyeshadow palette.
If you are taking powders in carry-on you can just label them and inform the security officer that you have them, and there is more chance that they already are in their original package which identify the nature or the materials they contain.
Items can be damaged or missed in checked luggage in some airports, even though losing items is not common, but it is better to prevent any possibilities of it happening.
Kelly already experienced something similar.
She lost her bags twice and never sent again any makeup or jewelry in her checked baggage.
You can bring eyeshadow palettes on a plane in both carry-on and checked luggage on most airlines.
Remember, solid eyeshadow pallets do not have to be a certain size or placed in a quart-sized bag, save the space inside your quart-sized bag for other toiletries.
You can also bring your makeup in checked luggage with no limits, however it is better to avoid that.
Any expensive makeup and valuables need to be in your carry on bag or personal item.
We hope this helps
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