July 23, 2024

Mastering the Art of Makeup for Virtual Meetings

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Since the outbreak of coronavirus infection, virtual meetings have become an indispensable asset to organizations that rely on remote employees. They enable the team to remain productive even though members might be working from home.

For an efficient meeting, ensure the agenda is set early and distributed to all attendees. Furthermore, be mindful of any disruptions that might disrupt the scheduled agenda and make changes where necessary.

1. Prep Your Skin

First step to looking good on camera is making sure your skin looks its best. Use an illuminating foundation with light coverage for maximum brightness and evenness; heavy coverage tends to look cakey in photos.

Professional image during virtual meetings hinges on staying present – this means striking an appropriate posture, not rocking back and forth in your chair, and making eye contact with the camera.

Create a YouTube channel is an effective way to showcase your makeup artistry skills and build a devoted following. Focusing on personal brand development, aesthetic consistency, and keeping up-to-date on industry trends are essential in expanding your channel and growing its visibility.

2. Enhance Your Eyes

Virtual meetings and presentations offer several advantages over physical ones. You’ll avoid travel hassles, while being able to host them from the convenience of your own home or office. Unfortunately, communicating effectively without being able to see facial expressions and read nonverbal cues from an audience member may prove challenging.

Maintaining eye contact during virtual meetings can help create connections and establish your presence. To do this effectively, avoid distractions during meetings and gaze steadily into the camera lens. Makeup can also help enhance your eyes for added professionalism during virtual discussions.

3. Enhance Your Brows

Virtual meetings don’t usually necessitate full-on contouring; but you can enhance your face through calculated application of blush and bronzer, along with eye makeup. A bit can go a long way.

Garcia suggests plucking away any stray eyebrow hairs using Tweezerman’s Ultra Precision Mini Slant Tweezers ($20), in accordance with their natural growth pattern for symmetrical results. She also suggests using brightening eye drops that balance pink tones in your skin to appear more awake and vibrant.

4. Add a Touch of Blush

Your makeup can help express your creativity, personal style and confidence. Selecting products tailored specifically for your skin tone and desired look is key, while learning to apply it flawlessly will result in an amazing final look.

Blush (or rouge) instantly refreshes and illuminates your complexion with subtle color. Plus, it can complement or contrast with other makeup applications.

Blush should be used to strategically emphasize your facial structure, so when applying it it’s essential that your bone structure be taken into consideration. For instance, if you have a longer face shape then blush should be applied upwards along your cheekbones.

5. Add a Touch of Highlighter

Highlighters can make a major impact. They highlight areas where light naturally hits, like your cheekbones, brow bones and cupid’s bow – while making your makeup appear silkier and soft-focus.

Liquid highlighters work best when dabbed on with your fingertip and lightly applied to the highest points of your face. Remember, adding more is always better than taking away, particularly when time is of the essence!

Everyone can benefit from adding some highlights to their makeup routine, provided that proper care is taken in prepping skin and selecting an ideal shade.

6. Add a Touch of Eyeliner

Add eyeliner for an added professional touch by using either felt-tip or brush-tip liquid liner, either of which are easy to apply, with felt-tip being easier for those with shaky hands.

Try using soft shades of brown or grey for eye makeup that won’t look too heavy, such as soft browns or greys, to avoid your look becoming overpowering. A splash of highlighter on the brow bone can also add depth and make your eyes pop!

Mastering the art of makeup requires practice and repetition. To sharpen your skills, consider enrolling in a makeup course from a reputable academy.

7. Add a Touch of Lipstick

Lipstick can be an expressive way to express yourself and show off your style and personality, so ensure that your makeup collection includes some eye-catching hues. Exfoliate your lips a few times each week to help prevent dryness, and use a clean brush when applying lipstick for a natural-looking application.

If you want a bolder look, line your lips with concealer in a shade matching that of your skin before applying lipstick. Smudge these lines using either your finger or brush in order to soften their lines slightly.

After applying lipstick, gently dab your lips with tissue and lightly dust them with translucent powder to add an extra boost of longevity and extend their beauty.

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