Last week's challenge for the Beauty Panel was how to do your make-up and hair for a job interview. Here is what I came up with.
"As much as I love makeup and wearing all sorts of bold colours, I
decided to put it all aside in favor of looking professional for a job
I decided to keep it neutral and natural looking, playing
up my skin in an effort to achieve a healthy glowing complexion and
keeping the eyes and lips neutral. I started off by covering up any
imperfections and blemishes with a full coverage foundation and
following with a lighter one all over the face. I want my skin to show
through and look as natural as possible. I then contoured and dusted off
a hint of bronzer, applied a light was of blush and highlighted the
high points of my face.
For the eye I thightlined my lashes and
finished off with a flick to add a bit of definition and followed with
one coat of mascara. I did define my brows, as I find it helps to help
the face, add structure and give a sort of assertive look; after all you
want to look composed and smart for that first impression.
lips I just opted for a pink lipbutter to add some colour and dimension.
As for the hair, I went for the headband: classic yet youthful, combing
my hair back.
Products used: M.A.C Face and Body Foundation, Marcelle Eyeshadow Quad, Psysicians Formula Eye Booster Eyeliner, Annabelle Bronzer, Nars Orgasm Blush, Revlon Lip Butter in “Strawberry Shortcake”
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