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Job Interview Makeover
By: Gail Sagel
Posted: January 30, 2012, from the February 2012 issue of Skin Inc. magazine.
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Step 10: Next, apply only one coat of mascara; a second coat is not needed for a job interview. Start at the base and work your way up. Also, do not apply any mascara to the bottom lashes, because it isn’t needed for daytime. Now, her green eyes are really popping.
Step 11: Next, apply a pressed mineral blush in a nice fresh pink on the cheekbones for a lovely glow.
Step 12: If the client has oilier skin, use a neutral pressed mineral finishing powder.
Step 13: Finish the look with a lip gloss in a soft, pretty color.
Gail Sagel creates looks to satisfy the needs of her clients, based on a classic and always-current palette, rather than seasonal trends only. In 1999, she opened Faces Beautiful in Westport, Connecticut, a luxury makeup studio, upscale salon and beauty boutique. Sagel recently launched the mineral makeup line Brush-On Liquid Mineral Makeup. She can be reached via e-mail at email@example.com.