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Post-Graduation Fashion: Style and Makeup Tips to Transform Your Wardrobe From Student to EmployeePost-Graduation Fashion: Style and Makeup Tips to Transform Your Wardrobe From Student to Employee

Graduating college is a huge milestone, and for many students means entering the career world with your first full-time job. For that, you’ll need a work-appropriate wardrobe. It’s time to ditch the sweats and t-shirt that make up the typical student’s daily outfit in favor of some career-friendly staples to evolve your clothes and makeup routine. Check out these wardrobe and makeup tips to help you get ready for the professional world.

Music Festival Fashion & Beauty: Warm Weather Festival-Friendly Tips for Hair, Skin and MakeupMusic Festival Fashion & Beauty: Warm Weather Festival-Friendly Tips for Hair, Skin and Makeup

Summer is here, and for music lovers, this is the season for outdoor music festivals. While celebrities are typically photographed looking fresh and stylish at popular festivals like Coachella, for most of us, it’s hard to stay cool and polished after hours outdoors in the sun. Check out these simple tricks to looking your best throughout the music festival season!

A Rock Climber’s Guide to Hand Care: Five Steps to Healthy Skin in the Gym and OutdoorsA Rock Climber’s Guide to Hand Care: Five Steps to Healthy Skin in the Gym and Outdoors

Rock climbing is a mentally and physically challenging sport, but it also takes its toll on the skin. Long days with your hands covered in climbing chalk and skin exposed to the sun can lead to both short- and long-term damage. So, whether you’re in the gym or outdoors in nature, this guide will give you the know-how to keep your skin healthy and ready for that next climbing challenge.

VIVITE Product Review: Correct, Prevent and Protect Aging SkinVIVITE Product Review: Correct, Prevent and Protect Aging Skin

Looking for an age-fighting skincare routine that delivers long-term results? Whether you’ve tried your fair share of anti-aging products or are just embarking on a preventative regimen, it’s time to give your skin quality care that both treats and protects against damage. Find out about VIVITE formulas and how they can revitalize your skin for years to come.

Father’s Day Skincare Gift Guide Father’s Day Skincare Gift Guide

In search of the perfect Father’s Day gift? Instead of a new set of golf clubs or another silk tie, consider a gift that’ll help him look and feel his best. From the latest designer cologne to the greatest gadgets for grooming, here are go-to gifts for Father’s Day.

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FAQs

Q: I just landed my first job interview and have no idea how to create a work-friendly look. Do you have any tips on interview-appropriate makeup?

A: It’s important to look professional for your interview, and that means wearing makeup that doesn’t distract from your credentials, confidence and personality. Makeup artist Gita Bass told Cosmopolitan that makeup highlighting one feature is ideal for interviews. To emphasize your lips, trade a bold lipstick for a lip stain like Tarte Lipsurgence Natural Lip Stain in Enchanted. If you want your eyes to be your focal point, substitute a bold cat eye for a kitten eye, which features a slight flick of Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Perversion at the corner of your eye. Wear just a little bit of blush like NARS Blush in Oasis blended into the apples of your cheeks, and use a natural-looking formula like Dr. Brandt Signature Flexitone BB Cream to even out your complexion.

Q: I’ve been working for years, and I’m so tired of wearing the same clothes every day – pantsuits and pencil skirts with button-down blouses. Do you have any tips for changing things up?

A: Your work outfit options depend on your workplace’s dress code. If your job falls in the category of business casual, instead of pencil skirts, try a colorful dress with a conservative cut. Pair your pants with a sweater in the winter months instead of a boring button-down. If you work in a casual environment, you can even get away with dark skinny jeans, a silk blouse, a blazer and ballet flats. However, in a formal workplace that has a strictly professional dress code, the best way to spice up your wardrobe is with eye-catching but not overwhelming accessories. Try bracelets like the A.V. Max Python Bangle Set in Metallic Black/Gold, necklaces like the Monserat De Lucca Feather Necklace and headbands like the Jane Tran Hair Accessories Infinity Headband in Gold. As long as your outfit doesn’t violate your company’s dress code, you can tailor it to your personal style and seasonal trends.

Q: I have curly hair that gets a bit wild sometimes, and I’m starting a new job in a corporate office. Is it appropriate to wear it down?

A: People with curly or natural hair are often told to straighten it in a corporate environment to look more professional, but that’s not necessary. The important thing isn’t the texture of your hair, but that you style it neatly. A classic and easy-to-master style is half up half down. Use an anti-frizz serum like John Masters Organics Dry Hair Nourishment & Defrizzer and let a few curls hang down around your hairline to frame your face. Remember to leave your hair alone once you style it – curly hair gets frizzy when it’s excessively touched. Keep a hair elastic at your desk to make a ponytail or bun on those days when your hair just won’t cooperate.

Q: I recently decided to try a beard, but using basic soap to cleanse it in the shower seems to make the bristles coarse and dry. Is there a better product for “shampooing” my beard?

A: Soap can strip your beard of oils, leaving it dry and unmanageable. A specially formulated facial hair cleanser like Billy Jealousy Beard Wash will condition and hydrate your beard so it’s healthier, softer and easier to manage.




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