Look the busi­ness

Clin­ique colour artist Damian Garozzo sug­gests a sim­ple, long-last­ing look that’ll make all the right im­pres­sions.

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1Find a great base “Start with a light­weight, oil-free mois­turiser,” says Damian, “then ap­ply your foun­da­tion in light lay­ers so that it’ll last all day.” Use con­cealer to brighten your com­plex­ion. “Go slightly lighter with your con­cealer and ap­ply it in strokes from your fore­head to between your brows. Put more un­der your eyes down to the tops of your cheek and blend it well into the folds from your nose to your mouth.”

2Groom your brows “Brush your arch hairs down­ward,” sug­gests Damian. “Us­ing a hard brow pen­cil in the same shade as your nat­u­ral hair colour, fill your brow with short down­ward strokes. This works well as your brow hairs nat­u­rally grow down­ward. Fi­nally, use a spoo­ley brush to blend and brush into place.”

3Line your eyes Liner is a great way to make your lashes ap­pear fuller. “Don’t be afraid to use one,” says Damian. “It’s so easy to cor­rect any liner mis­takes – sim­ply dip a cot­ton bud into mois­turiser and re­fine the edge of your liner.” Fi­nally add mas­cara to com­plete your look. “To cre­ate winged lashes, use your mas­cara wand to brush your lashes up and to the side,” he adds.

4Let your lips pop Noth­ing says pow­er­ful more than a red lip. “Red-or­ange tones work on all com­plex­ions,” says Damian. “To add sub­tle in­ter­est, cre­ate an om­bré ef­fect by dot­ting a dark pink shade in the mid­dle of your bot­tom lip.”

1 The time and lo­ca­tion of the in­ter­view, and how long it will take to get there. 2 The in­ter­viewer’s ti­tle and how to pro­nounce their name. 3 Key facts about the com­pany: its his­tory, prod­ucts and ser­vices, fi­nan­cial po­si­tion and com­peti­tors in the mar­ket. Re­search the com­pany web­site thor­oughly. 4 Facts and fig­ures about your present or for­mer em­ployer. Re­fresh your mem­ory, as you will be ex­pected to know a lot about a com­pany you’ve worked for. 5 Pre­pare ques­tions for the meet­ing. Re­mem­ber that an in­ter­view is a two-way street and an op­por­tu­nity for you to de­ter­mine whether this po­ten­tial po­si­tion will sup­port your ca­reer devel­op­ment.

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