Look of the Week: Interview Ready

This weekend I had interview for a retail position, so of course I had to get the face appropriately ready. Staying away from the bright colors and dramatic looks, I went back to my tried and true. This was the second eyeshadow purchase I ever when I first got into make-up and I've gone back to it time an time again.Image Source: Jane Cosmetics

Everything was really simple but this time around I opted to try a new concealer for my under eye area. Usually I don't wear anything but, anything to build my skill level is worth attempting.
I got the color latte (dark), which was the darkest color available. It seemed a little to light at first glance but I didn't let it stop me from trying it. I applied it with my ring finger in a light dabbing motion then smoothed it out. I was a bit worried that my foundation wouldn't be able to mask it well enough but i was proven wrong. After applying my foundation on top I noticed that the lightness that I was initially worried about was a bonus. It had brightened up my under eye area really nicely.

Check it out for yourself!
My hair in its infamous wrap.
I always do it after my make-up.
a simple & fresh look

Products Used:
base-UDPP followed by French Fries Jumbo Pencil by NYX
main lid-Hazelnut by Jane
crease-Brownie Points by Jane
highlight-the forementioned concelear by Maybelline followed by Champagne by Covergirl
eyeliner-Dark Brown by Jane
waterline-Zero by Urban Decay
mascara- Natural Defined Telescopic by L'oreal
brows-Wet 'n Wild Dark Brown Brow Set
moisturizer- Ponds Dry Skin Cream
primer- Monistat 7 Chafing Relief Powder Gel ( Smashbox Primer dupe)
concealer-Maybelline Mineral Power Natural Perfecting Concealer in Latte
foundation-Rich Mink by Covergirl Queen Collection
setting powder- Mineralized Skin Finish Natural by M.A.C in Deep Dark
blush-Taj Mahal by NARS
condititioner- good ol' vaseline
lipstick-Sellout by Urban Decay
lipgloss- a no-name clear gloss

And that completes the look.

As for the interview, it went well. I have a second round interview tomorrow. :-)

Well, have a great Memorial Day and enjoy all the cookouts! As for me, I'll use it for ultimate relaxation.

XOXO & many blessings,
B. Pierre

P.S. Quick Question: Is it a good idea to place a watermark over your photos? I just don't want my pics plastered elsewhere without my knowledge or proper attribution.

1 comment:

Makeup On A Budget said...

It's a very good idea to mark your pix. People like to steal. No matter what my pic is of I always watermark it.