How To Bring Perfume In Your Hang Luggage

This is one of those things I haven’t been able to figure out until now. When you’re going away for the weekend and just taking hang luggage with you – how do you bring your perfume?

Because it’s not the liquid thing that’s the problem. It’s the fact that you can’t bring glass on the plane with you.

And yeah I know you can decant your liquids into those nifty plastic bottles. And that’s what I do with my make-up remover and moisturiser and stuff. But I don’t think it’s appropriate for perfume.

With perfume you want a light spritz and the travel bottles are usually a bit too heavy on the application. And really you only want to put a little bit in there which makes it difficult to spray with those plastic bottles.

But hey, I’ve found the perfect solution!

I test-drove the Twist & Spritz whilst I was in Copenhagen earlier this month and it’s exactly what I needed.

<< I should mention here that this post isn’t sponsored or anything, I just think this product is A+>>

Twist & Spritz Perfume Atomiser

It actually only holds 8ml of perfume. Which sounds like a ridiculously small amount but like I said, perfume sprays are meant to be light. So it apparently equates to 100 sprays. Aka definitely more than enough for a weekend away.

And y’know how when you’re decanting liquids, there are spillages? (Not just me right?) Well the process for filling up your Twist & Spritz is kinda like using a syringe, you kinda suck it up from the perfume bottle. So no spills y’all!

It’s also v pretty, obvs. It comes in lots of different colours but I was a total blogger cliché and picked the marble beaut. Had to do it.

Twist & Spritz Perfume Atomiser

My only issue with the Twist & Spritz is that although it only holds 8ml, it’s about the size of a travel-sized shampoo. So it takes up a decent portion of your liquids bag at the airport. Not loads of room but I’m already at max capacity so had to do some moving around.

It’s okay because I split my liquids between my bag and Josh’s so I managed it alright. But if you’re travelling solo, you may have to buy your shampoo/conditioner/shower gel at the airport after security, y’know? Just to make sure you get it all in there.

Twist & Spritz Perfume Atomiser

Anyway, I’ll stop gushing, I just wanted to share this little discovery with you. It’s pretty neat, huh?

* Photos in this post style with Jo Malone Myrrh & Tonka perfume, Olivia Burton watch, Pandora ring and Anthropologie notebook.

Have you tried out this bad boy for your perfume? What did you think?

Let me know in the comments below, tweet me @HeelsInBackpack or find me over on Insta at @Heels.In.My.Backpack!

Twist & Spritz Perfume Atomiser

Total Blogger Transparency: This post contains a press sample and some affiliate links but all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. I wouldn’t play you like that, shorty.

2 thoughts on “How To Bring Perfume In Your Hang Luggage

  • 6th February 2018 at 5:47 pm
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    Oh it does look a little chunky, but also sounds absolutely perfect! I need to grab something like this for my travels for sure – imagine it’d be good just to stick in a handbag too!

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