Getting an interview call is exciting, especially if it is from an employer you expected to hear from. Looking the part is essential, especially when you are going to a job interview for a makeup artist post.
Make an optimistic impression
First impressions are crucial, so it is vital to stand out. Employers interview a handful of candidates for beauty recruitment. Therefore, it becomes first priority to appear eye-catching right from head to toe or from your dress to your hair and makeup.
Conveys a message
When a candidate takes time and endeavors to appear polished then the employer receives a message that you care as well as keen to go beyond. It reveals the eagerness and commitment you will put in the role. Our guest from Butler Taylor Aesthetic Recruitment reveals some tricks on what kind of make up you need for a beauty job interview :
For the beauty recruitment job, put on appropriate day makeup
- Opt for pure, tinted moisturizer, so as to avoid cakey looking foundation
- Strong sculpted brow and curled defined lashes using mascara is fine
- Flush of bronze color on the cheeks for that natural glow enlivens your face
- Focus on highlighting your best features like if you need to have a bold lip then keep eyes subdued.
Job interview makeup – Dos
As you will need to make eye contact with the interviewer, it is appropriate to highlight your eyes. Before, you leave for the interview, check the makeup in natural light to ensure there is no crease and everything is flawlessly blended. The culprit can be lipstick on your teeth or may have bled past lip lines. Many girls have chipped nails, so ensure to trim, polish and apply a clear topcoat or paint them in neutral subdued color.
Job interview makeup – Don’ts
Steer clear of heavy makeup. No smokey eye or heavy eyeliner. Too much highlight bronzer or shimmer can be distracting. Avoid using over sprit-zing fragrance or perfume because the interviewer may possibly be allergic to strong scents.