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Should You Wear Makeup to a Funeral?

Should You Wear Makeup to a Funeral?

Should You Wear Makeup to a Funeral?

One of our team members went to a funeral recently with three girls who’d been out partying the night before. One looked as if she’d rolled in straight from the club: smeared eyeliner, splotchy skin, thigh-high boots, the scent of stale Prosecco in her wake. Do we need to tell you that’s what not to wear to a funeral? No, we do not.

Approach your makeup with a vision of your grandmother standing next to you as you look in the bathroom mirror. The words “quiet,” “modest,” and “respectful” should come to mind. Clean skin, clean makeup—no glimmer, shimmer or smudging; no metallic finishes; no cat-eye liner, fake lashes or perfume. Everything about you should be calm. And to state the obvious: waterproof mascara.

Hey, look! It’s your grandmother giving you the thumbs up.