Going to an interview? I’ve got an advice. Don’t overdo your makeup.
Or at least do not make it seem like you’re trying too hard. It’s a known fact that if you are going to an interview of your dream job you will probably get up six hours earlier and start preparing yourself in tries to reach the ultimate perfection for the occasion, however, it is also a known fact that heavy makeup for a job interview is actually going to have a different effect on the interviewer. The heavy evening makeup is strictly forbidden. Yes, it might look good on you, but it does not look very good in the eyes of your interviewer.
Firstly, you must prepare your face for the treatment. Apply a face cream and makeup base and then apply your concealer. Don’t put too much foundation, however. This product can do magic when it’s reasonably and moderately used, but if you overuse it, the foundation has a rather bad and unpleasant effect. You know what I’m talking about, right?
Now, let’s head towards the main makeup section. Take a light eye shadow, something like light gold/brown or a color that will match your skin tone. Apply it throughout the whole eyelid. Make sure it is well blended – we are using the eyeshadow to simply accent on your eyes and freshen your look. You can also draw an eyeliner, depending on your taste. If you choose to have an eyeliner, however, be careful with the type you’re drawing. Again, there are different types for different occasions. Put on mascara and then slightly contour your cheekbones. You can also use a little bit of blush to add a natural and charming effect to your face.
Last, but not least is the lipstick. Either use your lip tone color, or a shade darker. We are looking for a professional vision, aren’t we? And, something very important you must know – do not shower yourself with perfume! Just a little bit is enough. Even if you don’t sense it, it’s because your nose is used to it and accepts it as your own sense – the others do, however.