Sarah Rose Summers is the reigning Miss USA.
It’s easy to get frustrated when you’re packing a carry-on bag, especially if you’re flying with an airline that makes you pay extra for checked luggage.
Airport security rules can also be hard to keep up with, although you’d be surprised by the wide variety of items you can bring on a plane, from fresh eggs to waffle irons.
To help you narrow down the list of things you might need on your next flight, reigning Miss USA Sarah Rose Summers recently told INSIDER the 10 items she always keeps in her carry-on.
Summers, who moved to New York City after winning the Miss USA title in May 2018, frequently travels across the world to attend events and work with various organizations. Keep reading to see her list of travel must-haves.
Sarah Rose Summers says she always carries dry shampoo in her carry-on.
Summers said she’s a huge fan of “day-two hair” — hair the day after you wash it — since it takes less time to style. Dry shampoo can freshen up and add volume to second-day hair. Summers’ “go-to” when she travels is CHI Luxury’s Black Seed Oil dry shampoo.
However, if you’re flying within or out of the US, make sure your dry shampoo bottle contains 3.4 ounces of liquid or less. Currently, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) allows passengers to bring only one quart-sized, resealable bag of liquids, aerosols, gels, creams, and pastes — each of which must be in 3.4-ounce or smaller containers — in their carry-on bag.
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