Cult Cosmetics Joshua Tree and Essie Jazz are classics. I love a nude nail even when not trying to be professional-add some gold glitter for a chic but glam look.
Grey nails are neutral but have more of an edge compared to a nude. Zoya Dove is the epitome of grey while Zoya Normani has more of the greige going on and is darker.
Zoya Odette has become a fast favourite of mine. It's neutral but with a purple twist. It still looks professional while also having colour to it.
Another big tip is to make sure your mani is neat and chip-free. Between shaking hands, handing out your resumes, gesturing while talking, filling out forms-your interviewer will notice. I doubt it will be a make or break, but why not put your best self forward? Here are some posts I did on how I paint my nails and some of my favourite nail care products. Preparing the outfit, make-up, nails is definitely only a small part of getting ready for an interview, but I find that it helps me feel much more confident knowing that I look the part. And confidence is definitely needed!
What are some of your interview tips?