Many high school students or recently graduated ladies will be looking to get a job to help pay for their shoe and accessory addictions, and those new to the job market might not know how to do their makeup to look professional.
Elle Girl Magazine suggests young ladies on the hunt for a job look to The City's Whitney Port for a professional, yet ultra stylish complexion.
Although you might love your flowing blond locks, it may be beneficial to keep them up during an interview - so you won't be able to play with it when the nerves set in. Try putting your hair up in a high bun to let potential bosses know you mean business.
According to the source, you'll want makeup that shows you've got style so start by evening out your complexion by using a base concealer. Next, add a touch of shimmering bronzer to give off a healthy glow. Swipe the bronzer in an upwards angle starting from just underneath your cheekbones.
Opt to use eyeliner in a dark brown hue rather than black, as it blends in more. This makes the look less "going out" and more business. Add a touch of neutral eyeshadow like a sparkling brown or gold and black mascara.
Select a nude or clear lip gloss for your lips, as you'll want the interviewer to listen to what you have to say, not be focused on your beauty.