By Natalie Chui
“Make-up for the office is quite important as it helps maintain professionalism, but it doesn’t mean that you have to pile it on,” advises Frey-ja. “When it comes to professional make-up, it’s about looking brighter and groomed.” Timewise, getting ready in the morning to go back to work can often feel like the bane of our existence. To help make things run smoother, reach for products that are quick and easy to put on.
If you’re worrying about what to do with your make-up, pick out the feature that you want to apply the most product to and apply colour or definition to it. “You can maintain a radiance in the face but rather than do like previous trends where the glow is all over, pinpoint a tiny area for the glow, whether it might be a slightly glossier lip or a touch of highlighter on the cheekbones,” says Frey-ja.