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Job Interview Makeover
By: Gail Sagel
Posted: January 30, 2012, from the February 2012 issue of Skin Inc. magazine.
Alexis, 19, is a sophomore at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut, and she is seeking the right makeup look for a job interview or an internship. Her major concern is stress-related breakouts due to finals and juggling a double major in psychology and social work.
Step 1: After cleansing the face, use alpha-beta peel pads, which, with regular use, will help clear skin eruptions and prevent new ones from forming.
Step 2: Next, apply an oil-free moisturizer.
Step 3: Clean up the eyebrows, if needed, especially from the top if they appear a bit too fuzzy and aren’t accentuating the arch.
Step 4: Apply a sheer tinted moisturizer in medium, which is a shade darker than Alexis’s olive skin tone, in order to provide the bronze look she loves. Blend it into the neck.