5 CORPORATE OFFICE LOOKS DO’S AND DON’TS
Always worried your winged eyeliner might not make it until your 5PM client meeting? Here’s our take on how you can look fresh from clock-in to cocktails!
1. No to red lipsticks on job interviews.
We’ve talked to six managers and they all agreed that red lippie is just too strong for a first interview. “I want to see her natural features because it’s a way to help me get a better grasp of who she is,” an HR manager shares. Subtle and peachy tones look fresh on any complexion.
2. Nail check, please!
Unless you’re after a position in a creative agency, be careful on the nail art department. Two-toned French tip is okay, but opt for a nude or pastel-colored nail polish. For au naturel digits, make sure they’re clean and well-groomed.
3. Go easy on the highlighter.
No need to blind your team with too much shine. You can let your highlighter glow by night.
4. Tone down the shadows.
If you’re loaded with office meetings and out-of-office presentations, one of the best ways to keep your face looking fresh is to apply nude eye shadow and a bit of black eyeliner. Your eyes look perkier and awake this way.
5. Keep your hair out of your face.
Bob, pixie cute, or wavy locks? It doesn’t matter as long as you keep the strands in place and on-fleek. Make sure your scalp is dandruff-free, too!