Your make-up actually makes a great difference to your personality and the way people perceive you.
Whether you wish to get promoted or just wish to create a certain impression of yourself in front of your colleagues, create a look that works for you. We tell you how
Here's what certain looks communicate about you:
Too much glamour
Unless you're working a very creative field like beauty, fashion etc, too much make-up, false lashes, glitter, too much blush, etc can be distracting at work and can also portray you as a junior person. Remember, dress your age. Do not try to look younger or matured. Just be who you are.
Bad shape of brows
Your eyebrows are very expressive and can speak a lot about you. Well-groomed, full eyebrows give off a more polished, confident look, while angular eyebrows makes you appear more commanding. A round brow signifies a soft, approachable and humble nature.
Scars on face
A recent study says that poeple with facial lesions, including scars and birthmarks did not fare well in job interviews. Such candidates are distracting to interviewers and thus end up getting not-so-good ratings. Hence taking care of your skin as well as using make-up to hide imperfections may work well.
Your colour of choice
You may have often heard people asking you to wear red for interviews as red is a symbol of confidence, energy, passion, strength and excitement. If you're using red lipstick, choose the shade that matches your skin tone. If you love blue, sport it. It indicates trust, honesty and dependability. Use a blue eye shadow or an eye pencil. Also, pink is youthful and symbolises life and feminity. But apply pink blush or lipstick, do not overdo it.
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