This is not the time for glitter and contouring.
You finally got the call from your dream job. Congratulations! Now, you have to make a stellar first impression so they want to call you in again. While we applaud our readers for wanting to stand out and be themselves, there’s a time and place for expressing different parts of ourselves. In a job interview, it’s time to let our brain shine, not our lips. Here are our do’s and don’ts for job interview makeup so your interviewer can see the real you.
Wear a base to cover any dark spots or uneven skin tone, but only put on as much as is necessary. Unlike at night when the lights are dim or on-camera when the lights are strong, you are only going to be three feet away from the interviewer. In this case, less is more.