" Hello. Would you be able to include a make-up in the blog that I could have at a job interview?
Do not want to look over-made… and not that the make-up should attract too much attention, quite casual and everyday.
I have light brown hair, is possible. in to dye it a little chestnut brown with copper in. However, do not know if it will be off for the interview on 5 Jan. My skin is in the more "yellow" direction and not the pink.
You are welcome to describe which tools you work with and where you can buy these. Preferably good and cheap alternatives if you now use such expensive animals.
Has blue eyes with green in.
Would be very grateful if this was included in the blog. ”
I describe during each step how I have thought and why :)
Here is the result - A light, slightly golden brown make-up that opens up and highlights the eyes in a discreet way.
I have used the 4 shadows in the palette IsaDora Eyeshadow Quartet (61 Golden Sunset)
1. Put it on brightest the eye shadow at the bottom of the lower lash line, in the corner of the eye, at the bottom of the eyelid and under the brow.
I have used the same brush throughout the make-up, as the make-up is diffuse - without details that attract attention. Then only a "regular" shadow brush is needed. You can, for example, buy this from Kicks.
Using highlighter in this way brightens up the look and makes one look nice!
2. Put it the most golden the shadow (the shadow at the top right of the palette) on the rest of the eyelid.
The golden shade highlights your blue eyes. Blur a lot so that you do not get any sharp edges. Sharp edges capture more eyes for the actual make-up. As I understand it, you want to highlight your eyes the most.
3. Put a little of it semi-golden the shadow at the end of the lower lash line. (The shadow at the bottom left of the palette)
If you only put make-up on the eyelid, you have less make-up per se than if you have it around the whole eye. But applying shadow even on the lower lash line "weighs up" so that the eyelid itself does not look as made-up. This way you can add a little more eye shadow but still have the natural impression.
4. Then add the mmicroburn the shadow a little at the end of the eyelid.
A bright and "nice" make-up in all its glory, but in a job interview you also do not want to blend into the crowd or give the impression of being naughty ( now the personality does most things of course, but my task is to analyze the make-up;) ) Therefore, it can be good to add a little darker shade like this, to get a little attitude in the eye.
5. Open your eyes with vit kajalpenna on the inner lash line, H&M.
6. Finish with mascara, Max Factor False Lash Effect (Deep Blue)
I had chosen to skimp on mascara, but choose one dark blue shade (looks almost black) to look a little more interesting.
Put a lot of energy into one good foundation, so that you look "well-groomed". I have not tested this myself, however L'oréals BB Cream should be great. Before, I used Lumenes foundation, it is also a good budget variant.
Feel free to bring one with you powder and powder the t-zone just before, even if you do not have oily skin, it can make a difference.
In the budget variant, I recommend IsaDoras powder :) Max Factor's loose powder is good, but then there is a risk that it will fall on your clothes and that would be a shame.
One rosy red fits well with your skin, and gives a more vibrant look. IsaDoras rouger attaches and fits well, feel free to choose a natural shade because they are quite pigment-rich. This rougeborsten looks good!
For naturally beautiful lips, apply lip balm / lip balm and dab a little lightly with the blush with your blush brush. Then you get a nice natural color without the lips looking made up :)
Ask if you are wondering anything more!