All frequent fliers have their strategy, but we thought British Make-up Artist Omayma Ramzy would be the perfect girl to share transatlantic flight secrets. Not only does she hop between London and Los Angeles frequently, managing her makeup and styling company and doing the faces for the likes of Zoey Deutch and Cameron Monahan, but whether it's LA or the Cannes Film Festival she's used to taking stars from airplane dry skin to instant glow in just minutes. With a routine that's normally reserved for film and fashion industry insiders, here Omayma shares - exclusively for The Chosen Club users- her top tips on how to battle against visible signs of jet lag and be ready for a meeting, fashion show, or after-party in just minutes. See more of Omayma's work at https://www.omaymaramzy.com/

1 slip™ for beauty sleep 'Slipsilk™' Pure Silk Sleep Mask

The key to looking fresh-faced when you get off the plan begins with your in-flight routine. Have you tried these silk sleep masks yet? Made from amazingly soft mulberry silk they will keep your skin soft and soothe tired eyes during the long-haul.

2 Jade Roller SHIFFA

SHIFFA, Jade Roller, $63

Another perfect in-flight accessory- Jade is a great healing stone and this roller works to reduce puffiness around the eyes, soothe the nervous system, absorb negative energy and even brighten skin tone.

3 Benir Elevare / Platinum Trio

Benir Beauty Regime, $579 for trio set

This is Bee Venom MAGIC. It’s very rare that I will use the same product over-and-over again but this is definitely one of those addictive fixes. Actress Marisol Nichols got me hooked the very first time I did her make-up. This amazing product plumps my skin as well as leaves the most amazing glow- something I really struggled with since coming to LA from London.

4 Dermalogica Daily Superfoliant

Dermalogica Daily Superfoliant, $79

The gentlest most glowy exfoliator of them all! Made especially to tackle the anti-aging effects of pollution- it also works a treat on dry skin from a flight. I love this product. Jetting between big cities means I’m surrounded with pollution (especially in LA!) and the sorry truth of it is that I just have to scrub it off!

5 Shu Uemura Cleansing Oil

Shu Uemura Cleansing Oil, $46

Personally I hate using cleansers that dry out my skin further at the end of a flight. This cleansing oil is the best way for me to refresh my face whilst also keeping my skin feeling hydrated and plump.

6 Becca Backlight Priming Filter

Becca Backlight Priming Filter, $46

The perfect start to off-plane glow. For me, this is the start of every “my skin but so much better” look. I got Celebrity Stylist and Director Sophia Banks hooked on it, and she now has one for each handbag! I sincerely think of this as my secret weapon.

7 Chanel Vitalumière Aqua

Chanel Vitalumière Aqua, $50

If you need more coverage, this is total airbrushed skin in a bottle. I mean…need I say more? This foundation is light enough that I forget I’m wearing foundation. It’s also beautifully buildable too, so should there be the need, I can add more throughout the day/night too!

8 Radiant Creamy Concealer NARS

NARS, Radiant Creamy Concealer

Perfect for gleaning over any last blemishes or jet lagged dark circles without looking cakey. It’s just an all round great make-up bag essential.

9 Rosebud Perfume Co. Rosebud Salve Rosebud Salve

Smith’s Rosebud Salve, $7.50

This is one of those beauty-insider cult favorites. Perfect for a natural day look use it on your lips, and eye lids for a nice not-too-glossy-glossy-lid. I love mixing in a bit of pigment or shimmer from a favorite eye shadow too, to make you look extra sparkly and dewy eyed. The less I have to carry around in my handbag the better and this is one of those amazingly versatile products!

10 Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder Translucent

Laura Mercier, Loose Setting Powder, $38

This keeps me looking dewy vs. greasy. Selectively using powder is necessary for maintaining my makeup through out the day or an event. It will keep you looking fresh, even when in the post-flight fatigue starts to kick in.