Monday, 7 September 2015

Nail looks for job interviews

I'm always anxious about my look when I have to go for a job interview. I don't want to be too out there with my clothes - I usually wear very girly, flirty, pattern dresses - or with little details like my nails.
For example right now, I have pale blue to pale lilac ombre nails with glitter and sparkles on the tips.. Yeah.. That's me... But I'm not sure I would want the person in charge of the interview for an office job to spot that on me! They can be a little bit annoying with those simple details. Here are my three suggestions for nails that are not too boring - so you don't feel like you're loosing yourself - , but that can also work perfectly for a job interview. 

* The Ultra Shiny
My example - Bourjois So Laque Ultra Shine in 28 "Rose Lounge". Glossy, über shiny, but no crazy designs or colours here. The polish has a hint of milky white in it, that makes all your little imperfections - bad nail condition, little marks - disappear. It's suppose to be used as a french manicure base, but I prefer it by itself. The french manicure can be a bit too much-too classical-too posh for a chilled person like me. 

* The Girly Nude
My example - L'Oréal Color Riche in 202 "Marie Antoinette". It's more of a pinky-peachy-macaroon colour! I was attracted by the name of this nail polish, and the colour did not disappoint me. Very sweet, subtle, and Marie-Antoinette looking. It makes it a non-boring nude, and shows your beautiful sensitive side! It's also very shiny, and makes you want to eat a rose cupcake. But don't forget: Interview first, reward - a.k.a cake - later!

* The Textured Gray
My example - L'Oréal Color Riche "Wax Effect" in 885 "Aux Chandelles".  Grey is not the most exciting colour that exists, but I was intrigued by the "Wax Effect". It's not as "waxy" as I would have liked it to be, but at least it's different! It dries matte - and that is very exciting! - nice and think - great for not chipping - and makes an "in between waxy and matte" look interesting. It's a very cool tone, which changes a lot from the two pinkish shades presented just before, and can make your fingers look cool too! Oh yeah!

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