HOW TO LOOK YOUR BEST ONLINE
Updated: Oct 11, 2021
Have you been working from home and doing a lot of online meetings lately with your camera turned off, not knowing how to fix yourself? Or are you a professional looking for a new career and needs to be presentable for an online interview. Don’t worry anymore! I’m here to help you.
I’ve been doing a lot of online meetings every day for more than a year now, and this is a different ball game. I’ve always looked for the best spot to have a meeting at home and always consider the best background wall possible. I’ve also learned how to maintain a strong voice during a meeting. Even framing myself through the camera was also a learning process for me. As a Professional Makeup Artist, my appearance online bothered me. I look flat and too plain! Also, my computer camera is not the best compared to my mirrorless camera of course. That’s why I relearned the value of online meetings and tweaked some makeup routines to better present myself online.
Having online confidence is the new norm. Everything now is virtual. From meetings to presentations, and even interviews are now done online. For a professional looking for a global opportunity, of course, you need to look the part. That’s where my Online Make Class will help you. Click on the photo to know more.
My Online Makeup Class is a 60 minutes class in Zoom, that’s packed with tips and tricks about makeup. From choosing the best foundation, creating your dream brows, doing a “meeting friendly” contoured face, and choosing the appropriate lipstick for your presentation, I have it all in my class. I will also be adding some tips on how to choose the right hairstyle and outfit for any business meeting. And the best part, it's only Php1,000.00 per class. This will help you gain that confidence online and I’ll be your online makeup business partner on the day.
Whether you’re a newbie online or a well-rounded professional participant in virtual meetings for years, it’s important to realize that the new norm is a new interactive place to adapt to. Let your virtual presence work for you.