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