If You Want to Nail an Interview
HAIR: "The key to wearing your hair for any interview is to make sure it looks clean, polished, and professional," says Paul Labrecque, of Paul Labrecque Salon & Spa in New York City. "Whether you choose to wear it up or down, keep as much hair away from your face as possible." Labrecque also suggests taming flyaways and split ends with a serum like Paul Labrecque Color Finish Polish and Seal Droplets.
MAKEUP: The best way to make a lasting impression? Don't go over the top, says Landy Dean, makeup artist for the Marie Robinson Salon. "Keep your look balanced and subtle. Avoid anything that might be overly distracting like glossy fuschia lips, heavy foundation, or shimmery eyes." Save the smoky eye for cocktails with your girlfriends after you get the job.
Follow this "What I Do" for tips on office-appropriate makeup.