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Hoping to get some decent shut eye on a long flight? Then you need the right travel accessories! Find out what our readers say are the best eye masks for long flights so you can catch some ZZZs on your next trip!
Best Eye Masks
Travel Fashion Girl help! A reader asks:
Do you have any eye mask recommendations? I’m looking for an eye mask that can help me sleep better on a plane. Thanks!
Sleeping on a plane can be challenging, but a few travel accessories can make your flight more enjoyable. Plus, you might even catch some ZZZs!
Along with a good blanket, neck pillow, and Bose headphones, we love to top it off with an eye mask to help us sleep. Here, our readers are sharing their recommendations for the best eye masks for long flights.
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Bucky 40 Blinks Eye Mask
Several of our readers swear by the Bucky 40 Blinks eye mask, with one saying, “Got this one for Christmas. So nice! And it does not mash down your eyelashes,” while another adds, “My husband loves the Bucky.”
This fan favorite eye mask features ultra lightweight latex-free molded foam that is contoured for pressure-free eye comfort, allowing you to blink freely without smudging makeup or putting unwanted pressure on your head.
Mack’s Dreamweaver Contoured Sleep Mask
Rated as the most comfortable sleep mask, the Mack’s Dreamweaver eye mask is made for long flight sleeping. The contoured design prevents the eye mask from pressing against eyelids and eyelashes (meaning it won’t smudge makeup) while keeping you comfortable inside a curtain of darkness.
One reader says, “I love this one!” Along with being lightweight and slim for easy packing, it’s less than $5, making it the ultimate bargain.
Drift to Sleep Eye Mask
The Drift to Sleep mask is high quality, blocks out light and has an adjustable strap that fits comfortably. This eye mask is lightweight and helps you sleep naturally. And when combined with the included Moldex soft ear plugs, you’ll have a complete solution to sleeping on a plane.
One reader says, “These are very comfortable and fit well!”
Eagle Creek Easy Blink Eye Shade
This new super-slim eyeshade from Eagle Creek is lightweight and washable. Plus it’s “blink-able,” which is perfect since no one likes to feel their eyelashes hit their eyeshade. One reader says, “I love my Eagle Creek eye mask because they don’t squish your eyes.”
The comfortable adjustable elastic strap provides a perfect fit and complete light coverage so you can feel as if you’re in a dark room and not on plane.
Unimi Sleep Mask
This Unimi sleep mask features an innovative design on the nose section with invisible foam to prevent any type of light from creeping in.
Plus, the 3D contoured shape around the eye space is wider and deeper than the traditional flat eye mask, so there’s no pressure on your eyes or your face, and won’t rub against your eyelids. As one reader shares, “love this one!”
Lonfrote Star Moon Deep Molded Sleep Mask
This Lonfronte sleep mask is not only adorable with its star and moon print, but it’s also functional and comfortable! The deep eye cup design with contoured bulge supports plenty of space for your eyes and never touch your eyelashes or eyelids.
One reader says, “this is the one I have and I really like it. It blocks out all the light but doesn’t squish my eyelashes,” while another adds, “I have the same one and I love it.”
Beauty Smarts Sleep Mask
When you need to get your beauty rest on a plane while looking adorable, look no further than this Beauty Smarts sleep mask. Made with a super soft material for extra comfort, it includes an adjustable strap and cute design.
The fuzzy material feels nice and warm but it won’t overheat your face. A reader says, “I got this from Ulta and love it. It’s so soft!”
Which do you think are the best eye masks for long flights? Share in the comments below!
For more airplane essentials, please read:
- What to Wear On A Plane
- What To Do on a Long Flight
- How to Alleviate Back Pain During Flights
- How to Survive Long Flights Over 20+ Hours
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