Job Interview Makeup
Hello beauties! Today’s blog is all about the best Makeup for a Job Interview. First impressions are everything. Take it from a professional makeup artist, makeup is a big part of a first impression. You want you makeup to say that you took the time and effort to look good for the interview. Neatness, the right grooming, and clean makeup will all show this effort. Of course, succeeding in a job interview depends on qualifications, and confidence. I strongly believe the right makeup will give any woman that extra boost of confidence to believe in her qualifications and nail an interview.
Job Interview Makeup
When it comes to Job Interview Makeup its all about balance. Don’t cake it on! Also, don’t look so barefaced, otherwise it will look like you didn’t bother at all. In order to achieve the perfect balance, here are some easy to follow pro tips:
Face: Stick with tinted moisturizer. This will even out your skin. You can even dilute your current foundation with your primer or moisturizer get the look of tinted moisturizer. The key is to look glowing, fresh, and naturally flawless. Apply face makeup first and blend concealer over any trouble areas, like bags or blemishes. Avoid powder, also. It looks way too cakey,
Brows: Stick to powder only, and blend! No one wants to hire someone with chola brows.
Eyes: Avoid eyeliner on the bottom lashes. It can smudge and this will look sloppy. My best advice is to use one color on the lid and blend at the crease. It’s super simple to do. The look is also timeless. This will properly define your eyes. This is very important as you make eye contact during an interview.
Cheeks: Soft blushes please. Light pink. Coral. Soft tones will look more natural. Save the brighter stuff for the weekends.
Lips: Line your lips with nude lip liner and then fill the entire lips with the same liner. Then apply a lipgloss. Blot once with tissue to avoid pesky lipstick on the teeth. You’ll be talking a lot during the interview. It’s important to have defined lips, free of smudges, when people look at you talk. You’ll notice I tend to define my lips in my YouTube videos for this very reason.
There you have it pro tips all about Job Interview Makeup. What do you all think of these tips? Do you have any job interview secrets? I’d love to read in the comments. Until next time. Stay beautiful!