Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Work or Job Interview Makeup

Hello beauties, I share with a work or job interview look.  I thought it would be good to do looks that are practical to most people, things that you can do with your eyes closed and since most people wake up to go to work or have interviews and you want to look well groomed.  For job or work you want to look like you made an effort and that starts with your base (your face) you want to look natural and not have caked on makeup and to do that you can do a few things, if you have combination or oily skin you can use strobe creams or high lighters, bronzer to achieve that dewy look, or mix your foundations, one with dewy finish with a matte finish and get the best of both words like I have done.  If you have dry skin then the world is your oyster, you can use dewy foundation L'Oreal Lumi, YSL Touche Eclat Foundation, Illmasqua Skin Base, MAC Mineralize Foundation, MAC Face and Body, Becca Radiant Skin Satin Foundation, Makeup Forever HD, Bobbi Brown Moisture Rich list goes on etc

You can see that my skin looks glossy but it will stay in place because I mixed my dewy foundation with a matte foundation.  It mimics the natural glow of your skin without looking sweaty, providing shine in the right places.  You also you a tinted moisturiser, which you make by mixing your facing cream with your foundation or you can buy, you can also get a BB Cream (Beauty Balm) or CC Cream ( Colour Corrector) which are light weight, you can top up with your face power to keep it in place and add a little more overage.  If you have great skin I would spot conceal, which is just to over uneven skin and blemishes.  

Depending on what type of environment you work in or type of job you do you can wear more or just like what I have and depending on the time you have.  If you work where you can wear much more that deepen the colour add some shine but if in a corporate environment then softer colours, bronze, golds, coppers, champagne, pinks, taupe's, the list is endless, I choose for a matte look. 

Hope it help and I hope you enjoy 

Jan x    


Shannel Lee said...

thanks for sharing. I honestly didn't know Revlon came out with a primer. Thanks and by the way the makeup for job interview is gorgeous!
hugs and kisses!


Janice Mbazima said...

Shannel Lee, thanks doll, yes they do! Its good for the price. Thanks for the comment :o)