Whether we like to acknowledge it or not, make-up makes a difference – it can enhance the way that you look and feel, but also affects the way that you are perceived.
When shown the four faces below (from bare faced through to very made up) in a research study, people unanimously associated the third face as being the most ‘competent’. In finding the time and making an effort to apply your make-up, people assume that you manage your time well, care about your appearance and that you may therefore be efficient and take pride in other aspects of your life too, e.g. work. As with your appearance and body language as a whole, it simply sends signals to others about you.
I’m certainly not a fan of too much make-up, (I’d love to help those teenage girls with the ‘overly made-up’ and often ‘orange’ faces!), but I do know that it definitely enhances.
So if you’d like to learn some simple and quick tips for applying your make-up, or perhaps you just need an update (it’s easy to get stuck in the same routine after all!), perhaps now’s the time to invest in a Make-up Consultation? You’ll come away knowing exactly what, how and where to apply your make-up, as well as which shades work best for you. It costs £75 for an hour and half’s consultation and includes your personalised Beauty Worksheet and a copy of the 128 page Make-up Manual book.