First impressions can only be made once. That is why it's important you look professional and polished when going on a job interview.
Makeup artist Zethina says there are simple tips on how to wear your makeup when heading to any important meeting or interview.
Since eye contact is key in a job interview, Zethina says your eye makeup needs to emphasize, not detract from your eyes.
When it comes to mascara, she suggests taking it easy.
"It's best to not over-apply mascara, you need just enough to enhance your lashes but not so much that you look like you need a scrub down," she explained.
Zethina also recommends choosing colors that enhance your eye, skin and hair color. Not the clothes you are wearing.
As far as makeup don'ts for interview day, Zethina says never let them see you touch up your makeup. Never wear glitter on a job interview.
Do make sure that your lipstick is not on your teeth and your foundation should be medium coverage and not too greasy or chalky.
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